Two-factor authentication has been a very powerful way to make sure that you’re the correct person to log in to your data and access data, but there’s some bad news: it’s flawed.
With so many different vendors selling computers these days, it can be hard to find the absolute best deal for your money. Here are some computer price comparison websites to make your life a little easier.
Regardless of the reasons why you need link cloaking, here are some of the best WordPress link-cloaking plugins to consider.
Email might not be as popular as instant messaging, but there’s more to email than just receiving weekly newsletters and spam. Here are the things you can do with your email inbox.
Copying other people’s work has almost become an acceptable thing, but have you ever wondered how much it can cost you? These are five dangers of using pirated software and why you should stop using it right now.
Free WiFi is everywhere, and it’s great. But these networks aren’t always safe. Here are some of the common wireless attacks you should watch out for when connected to a free WiFi.
If you are using Chrome for desktop or Android, we’ll tell you here what you need to know about the latest Chrome ad filter.
You probably get so much information on your Facebook news feed that you don’t even want to look at it. This can easily be fixed by prioritizing Facebook’s news feed so that you see what you want first.
Google recently removed the “View Image” button in Google Image search. If you need this functionality, fear not! You can get it back in a few simple steps.
“Bitcoin” and “blockchain” have entered the modern vocabulary, and they seem to be here to stay. But are they good for anything besides speculation? Here are some of the ways Blockchain technology is being used right now.
If you are interested in investing in cryptocurrency, here is a brief explanation of the differences between Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Firefox is a heavily customizable browser. One of the many settings you can change are the search engines installed within the browser. Learn how you can add, create and manage the search engines in Firefox.
Tor can be a great tool to keep users anonymous, but it does have its drawbacks that may push users to try something new. If you are looking for Tor alternatives, here are a few options to surf online anonymously.
When you uninstall a plugin in WordPress, it often leaves behind the database tables it created and a bloated database. Here’s how to easily delete those leftover database tables in WordPress.
The Chrome URL autocomplete feature may not always show you the right URL. This article includes some things you can do to prevent that annoying autocomplete feature from appearing.
Cryptojacking started off as something simple, but now it has spread to Facebook. The latest victim to be affected is Google Ads. Find out how cryptojacking in Google Ads works and how it affects you.
If there’s one frustration people often have, it’s that they don’t know what news sources they can trust. YouTube took this into account when it planned a new feature that will label state-funded news sources.
When you’re writing a paper, it can be frustrating to get your citations sorted. Google Docs allows you to do your research and citing all within the document itself!
If you’re an avid Google Docs user, this article shows how you can share documents and send Google Docs via email.
While you can make use of a good security software to improve online security, the best protection against online scams and attacks is not software but good habits.
Google Chrome has implemented a security feature called Strict Site Isolation which makes it harder for websites to access or steal data from other sites. Here’s how you can enable it.
Low-bandwidth websites are making a comeback, at least in the realm of news and journalism. These text-only sites are experiencing a resurgence, but are they for everybody?
If you just switched to Firefox, you’ll want to import your bookmarks or favorites from your current browser. This tutorial will walk you through the process of importing user data from Chrome to Firefox.
Facebook is considering letting its users define what exactly is or isn’t fake news, through a series of surveys. It’s time to explore the idea in depth and consider the potential pitfalls in this strategy.
With the recent videos on “Tide pod challenge” spreading virally, YouTube has to lay down the ax on these kinds of videos. Did YouTube do the right thing?
More and more people are going online to look for their soulmates, and this is where “catfishing” scams come in. Learn how catfishing works and how to protect yourself from it.
Not all VPNs are created equally. There are plenty of good, as well as bad, VPNs around. Discover how you can spot a bad VPN and stay safe online.
Google Sheets may not be as feature-rich as Excel, but there’s a lot more to it than first meets the eye. Here are some tips and tricks for how to use Google Sheets which should ensure you get off to a smooth start.
YouTube is great, but it’s also tiring. Check out these Youtube alternative sites that offer something a little different than Google’s video behemoth.
You know the basic password rule: it has to be strong to be secure. If you want a quick and easy way to make a strong password, here are some of the best resources to generate passwords online.
Chrome is easily the most popular web browser on the planet. If you want to cash in on the trend, you can build your own Chrome extension. Here’s how to do so.
Need to convert or edit a PDF file? CleverPDF does it all from conversions to encrypting and decrypting to combining and splitting to watermarking and more!
Digmine is a new cryptojacking attack vector that uses a combination of Facebook Messenger and Chrome to infect users. Learn how it works and how you can block it.
It’s no secret the Internet isn’t exactly kid-friendly, and they may stumble upon information or images they shouldn’t see. Here are some kid-friendly browsers that are totally safe for them to use.
Firefox 57 comes with a lot of changes, and that includes a new tab design. Learn how you can customize the Firefox Quantum new tab page to your liking.
The release of the new Firefox Quantum promises amazing speed, new minimal design, and a bunch of changes that will make Firefox go head-to-head against the other browsers.
While Google moved their custom templates to their GSuite service, you can still create your own templates in Google Docs. If you are using the same document layout over and over again, here’s how you can create your own custom Google Docs template.
Coloring images is not just for kids. It has become a popular activity for adults, too, because it’s fun and a great stress-reliever. Here are 5 coloring sites for adults to start with.
It can be confusing why people choose to share PDF files with others instead of the editable .DOCX format. Here are some of the benefits and drawbacks of using the PDF format.
The online world can be full of dangers for young children. Let’s look at some ways you can keep your kids safe online.
If you understand the basics of organizing data in your Google Sheets spreadsheets, the next step is to link data between them. We show you how.
Do you ever have a particularly lively email thread blowing up your phone? You can easily mute GMail threads and unmute them later to respond.
Advertisers are taking steps to bypass adblockers on browsers. If you are an adblock user, here is how you can block adblock detection on websites.
If you’re looking for a Google Docs alternative, Dropbox Paper is the new kid on the block. Here is what you need to know about Dropbox Paper and its uses.
You keep your Bitcoin in a digital wallet, which is in some ways more dangerous than a physical one. Here are some ways that Bitcoins can be stolen.
Google Maps has made it very easy for people to get around. Learn how to easily create a custom map with Google Maps and share with your friends.
Whenever a major company suffers a data breach, an amount of time seems to pass until the victims are informed. Why is this so? Let’s find out.
Starving yourself isn’t a good way to save money. Here are 10 money-saving tips that are easy to follow and that won’t force you to starve yourself to save a few bucks.
For those who are looking to cut the cord and save some money, here is the starter pack to help prepare before you become a cord cutter.
When you open an email in Gmail or Outlook, it will automatically be marked as read. Here’s how you can stop Outlook and Gmail from marking emails as read.