Ingramer is a service that will help you find connections, followers, and likes on Instagram by using special filters and tracking results through analytics.
Microsoft has released their new Microsoft Edge for macOS. Here is how you can try the Canary or Developer build of the Edge browser on Mac.
Facebook will be launching a new cryptocurrency – Libra – in 2020. Aside from being based on blockchain, it is different from other cryptocurrencies. Here is what you need to know about Libra.
Google Forms is an online tool that provides an easy way to get information from others. Here are some of the ways to make good use of Google Forms.
If you want to use Google Maps to drive to a place that does not have a specific mailing address, you can drop pins and create navigation routes using those pins.
We’ll show you how to log out of Facebook, and also put up safeguards to make sure that people using your PC after you can’t access your account.
For those looking to switch from Gmail because of privacy concerns, the next question to ask is, “Are private email services worth the money?” Here’s our answer.
There are many reasons why your browser is slow, and browser extensions is one of them. Find out which of your browser extensions is causing you trouble.
Ransomware is one of the worst kind of malware that extorts money from individuals. Learn what is ransomware, how it works and how you can prevent it.
If you think someone is using your Wi-Fi network without permission, you can confirm by scanning for connected devices on your Wi-Fi network. Follow these directions.
Since most browsers are free to use, how do they make money and survive? Here we examine a few popular browsers and their unique approaches to revenue.
A2 Hosting has been around for nearly 20 years. We tested A2 Hosting’s services to find it stands up to our most rigorous testing. Here are our review results.
Internet itself is a massive ocean of abstract unknowns and possible dangers, which makes it even more fertile ground for Internet panics and fears.
The appearance of the cursor is controlled by the cursor CSS property. Learn how you can change the mouse pointer in a browser via css.
As users switched from torrenting to illegal streaming, malware developers have also come up with malware that target illegal streaming. Here are 3 of them.
If you’ve spent any amount of time browsing the Web, you’ve encountered captchas. To tackle this, a captcha solver like 2captcha is a secret weapon.
Examining your Facebook privacy settings is always a popular topic. Facebook is continually changing, and so are you and your needs for that matter.
YouTube Premium offers advertising-free streaming of all YouTube videos. Check this review of Youtube Premium and whether it is worth subscribing.
If you are having an event and need a quick, free way to register your attendees, Google forms provides an easy way to create an event registration form.
Tired of seeing YouTube channels that you’re not interested in or that are irrelevant to you? Here are some ways to block YouTube channels from searches and recommendations!
If you can’t afford premium VPN services, it doesn’t mean you have to work with an unprotected network. Here are some of the best free VPN service providers.
There are times when you need to restart Chrome for an extension update to take effect. Learn how you can restart Chrome without losing your tabs.
A serious game is a subset of education games that tries to emulate a real-world task in a video game format, giving us a fun way to gain experience.
You can add many different calendars to your Google calendar to help you keep track of the fun things in life. Here are some useful and free calendars you should check out.
Recently, one of Facebook’s co-founders, Chris Hughes, called for the company’s breakup on moral grounds. Is this the time to do so? And how does it help the current situation?
Do you know that the Chrome browser on your Android phone comes with hidden features you can enable? Here are 12 useful Android Chrome flags you should use.
If you’re always forgetting to check your to-do list, with the help of Google assistant you can get it to send a daily digest list to your email. Here’s how.
This article explains how to browse the dark web. There is much content hidden from the casual user, and you can’t visit it just by clicking on a link.
We put up with Google because the apps are awesome. For those concerned about their privacy, try these privacy-focused alternatives to Google’s services.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon are currently being sued for selling customer location data to third parties. Here’s why you should be concerned.
Usenet is older than the Internet as we know it. To access Usenet, you’ll need a Usenet provider. That’s where a provider like UseNeXT can come in handy.
Most major browsers like Chrome and Firefox come with a built-in password manager. Let’s see how safe they are and if they are good enough for daily use.
While LastPass is popular, you might want to switch to another password manger. Here’s how you can import your passwords from LastPass to Dashlane.
If you need a dedicated platform for your WordPress site, there are plenty of choices out there. Here are some of the best WordPress hosting companies.
You have probably seen the “www” in front of the domain name for many sites. What about “www2”? Why do some sites start with “www2” or “www3”? Let’s find out.
There are several online stores that match Amazon in terms of scale, offerings and customer experience. Here are some of the best alternatives to Amazon for online shopping.
One of the problems in Google Chrome is that Flash Player crashes randomly without any reason. Here is the solution to fix this problem.
It is important to know that a website is safe before using it. There are many signals that can help you check if a website is legit and safe to use. When surfing the web, make sure to watch out for these signals.
If you are using the Safari browser and have decided to let it manage your passwords, here is how you can save your passwords in Safari in iPhone or iPad.
The amount of personal data found online about each one of us is staggering. Here’s how you can eliminate your personal information from people search sites.
The “Err_Connection_Reset” error is one of the more common errors in Chrome. Find out the cause of this error and how to fix it.
if you were near a crime scene, Google can give your location info in Sensorvault to the police. Here’s how to stop Sensorvault from providing your info.
Not all Firefox forks are created equal. Some are as equally capable as Firefox while others are outdated. Go through this checklist before you start using a Firefox fork browser.
One useful feature of Gmail is the preview pane, where you can see the content of an email and the list of emails at the same time. Here’s how you can enable and use it.
When you see a 500 Internal Server Error on websites, it usually indicates a server-side problem. Here is how you can fix a 500 internal server error on websites, as a user and webmaster.
Memorializing the Facebook account of someone who has passed away keeps it from being taken over by hackers or defaced in any way.
Email scheduling is a useful tool for pre-writing emails you know you’ll want to send at a specific time. Here is how to schedule emails in Gmail.
While Google ceased support of Inbox for Gmail, you can still turn your regular Gmail into an Inbox simulacrum that replicates the Inbox experience as closely as possible.
Creating video is not always easy and can be time-consuming. Here is how you can easily create a video from your images right in your browser.
There are plenty of web browsers for Linux these days, but not all of them support all distros. Here are four of best web browsers for Linux.