Other than the normal browser’s cookies, there are others that are built to keep tabs on you. Learn what are supercookie, zombie cookie and everncookies and how you can get rid of them.
Google Chrome doesn’t come with a way for you to easily lock down your browser. This shows a way to lock Google Chrome with passwords.
Have you wondered why you can’t access popular services like Facebook or WhatsApp in China? This is because of the great firewall of China. Learn more about it here.
Over the years Facebook has been adding so many features to Messenger that it’s hard to keep up. Here are some useful Facebook Messenger features you might not know about.
What3Words is a new addressing system for precise positioning. Learn what What3Words is and how you can use it to provide your exact location to others.
Google has brought some much-needed changes to their calendar app. Here’s how you can get the most out of the newly updated Google Calendar.
Your Facebook account contains a lot of information that hackers like to get their hands on. Learn how to protect your Facebook account with these steps.
Combing through eBay listings to find a bargain can chew up valuable time and effort. Use these eBay search tips to quickly find what you’re looking for.
Mining and trading are two of the more popular ways to obtain cryptocurrency. Find out more about mining vs. trading cryptocurrency, and see which one is more suitable for you.
Many people prefer to set up and test WordPress in localhost before making it live. Here are the steps to move WordPress from localhost to live server.
There are plenty of email service providers, but which one should you trust? Find out which email providers are scanning your emails.
Keeping tabs on your followers and those you follow is necessary for cutting the noise. Here are some useful tools to help you unfollow non-followers on Twitter
You can easily lose all your open tabs when your browser crashes. Luckily, both Firefox and Chrome have options for you to properly manage your sessions.
The Five, Nine, and Fourteen Eyes refers to sets of international intelligence alliances who compose agreements that govern data collection and sharing between governments.
Facebook added the live-screen sharing features last year. Learn how you can easily share your screen with Facebook friends on Google Chrome.
If your Firefox browser is lagging and running slow, these tips will have you covered!
If you are concerned about your privacy, Firefox Containers let you create a separate box for each of your online lives. See how they work here.
There are a lot of factors to consider when you are looking for web hosting. Avoid these common mistakes people make and see what to look out for when choosing a web hosting company.
It can be a hassle to sign documents online. HelloSign allows you to easily create and sign documents online effortlessly and in a couple of minutes.
Hostgator is one of the biggest and most popular web-hosting providers. In this Hostgator review we tested its server performance and speed to see if it is worth recommending.
Facebook has started assigning its users a hidden “trustworthiness score” for reporting fake news, but there may be more to the story.
With the sheer number of movies available to stream, you might be spending more time browsing than watching. Here’s how to find which movies to watch.
Having tons of spam emails in your inbox can be very frustrating. For Gmail users, follow these tips to block unwanted emails in Gmail and eliminate spam.
One way to prevent your WordPress emails from landing in the Spam folder is to use SMTP to send emails. Here is how to configure WordPress to use SMTP.
Your VPN might not be protecting you! Find out how to use free tools online to test your VPN connection to see if private information is being leaked.
A new DOCSIS 3.1 standard may make gigabit speed Internet a reality. Learn what DOCSIS is and how it can increase Internet speed with a few hardware changes.
The way we are mixing artificial intelligence with video editing and rendering software could have some pretty sinister implications if the technology is abused.
A “grey market” software key site usually sell software license keys at ridiculously low prices. Are they trustworthy? Let’s check them out.
If you have a lot of bookmarks in your browser and find it hard to manage them, these tips will help you properly organize your bookmarks in Chrome.
You have decided to use WordPress for your website, but do you use WordPress.com or WordPress.org. What is the difference between the two?
Google Maps can give you detailed directions from point A to B, as well as multiple stops along the way.
You’ve probably noticed that your upload speeds are slow compared to your download speeds. Why the asymmetry?
It was discovered that Google has been tracking your location even when you have disabled Location History.
Have you ever wanted to change the fonts on a Wordpress website? It can be challenging when the font you want doesn’t come with your theme. Here is how you can do so.
Weaponized information is anything that is intentionally falsified and meant to influence opinions or perceptions of truth. Learn how to defend against it.
When your internet connection is running slow, you want to know why.
Windows 10’s new Timeline feature is great, but it only works for Microsoft Edge. This article shows how to make the Timeline feature work on Firefox and Chrome.
For those who love the Roboto font and wish to use it in their app, here’s how to install the Roboto font on your PC.
You lost all your secure logins when you lost the phone that holds the 2FA codes. Learn how to back up your two-factor authentication codes now.
Gmail doesn’t have a mail merge feature by default. This article explains how to easily create and send a mail merge in Gmail, using Google Docs and an addon.
Deleting a tweet in Twitter is pretty easy. Find out how.
Having to read through a 40- to 50-page report is a hassle. Here are some online summarizer tools that help users summarize articles online.
The new Dropbox add-on for Gmail gives you the ability to access Dropbox from your Gmail account. You can now save your files directly to Dropbox from the Inbox.
There are plenty of dating apps around, but what if you just want to look for friends?
Telegram may not be the most popular messaging app, but it definitely has plenty of features that you will love.
When you need to display live cryptocurrency prices on a project, you need a reliable API with lightning-quick responses and enterprise-level integration.
WordPress comes with xml-rpc enabled by default. Find out what XML-RPC is and why it is a good idea to disable XML-RPC in WordPress to protect yourself.
If you need to find something on the Internet, you go to Google. But have you tried the other options? Let’s find out how other search engines fare in answering your questions.
PayPal has a “Pay After Delivery” feature that allows you to pay after you have collected the goods. Here is how it works and how to enable or disable it.
Gmail comes with a handy Canned Response feature which you can use in your auto-reply.