How to Password Protect a USB Flash Drive

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We’ve come at a point when flash drives are not only portable, they’re also able to hold a lot of data. That makes them ideal for professionals who are always on the go. But before you store valuable information in your USB drive, you should learn how to secure it. This would prevent thieves from […]

The Best Add-Ons To Power Up Your Google Office Suite

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We are in the era of the cloud, where word processing apps are free, online, and available wherever there is an Internet connection. It’s a good time to be creative. Although Microsoft is trying to break into the cloud word processing market with Office Online, it is Google who rules the roost in this area […]

How to Send Files Too Big for Email

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Are those files you’re sending too big for an email? Maybe you tried text and that didn’t work either. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to send large files to people over the internet, and most are even free. Maybe it’s vacation photos you want to send to a friend, home movies that your uncle […]

How to Download Your Personal Data From Google

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Google takeout is a feature of your Google account that lets you download your data. You can export your photos, emails, calendar data, contacts, files, and lots of other data. Another way to save your information from Google is to selectively open the service that you want to download data from, such as Gmail or […]

5 Best Free Disposable Email Accounts

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Disposable email accounts have many benefits over a regular email account, but also some disadvantages. Disposable, or temporary email accounts, come in all shapes and sizes with different features. We’ll look at the best free disposable email accounts that will get you online with a real email address in seconds that you can use just […]

How to Keep Your PC Software Updated Automatically

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It’s important to update your computer software. New updates can bring bigger and better features and usability, but more importantly, they also provide bug fixes, performance improvements, and other security-related patches. The bottom line is that you should always keep your software updated. But how do you it? Well, unfortunately, Windows doesn’t provide much in […]

How to Make Chrome Less Resource Intensive

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There’s no denying that Chrome can be a bit of a resource hog at times, so we’ve created this guide to help you make Chrome less resource intensive. These tips will help you to reduce the strain Chrome takes on your CPU and minimize the memory the browser uses. Hopefully following these tips will help […]

The 6 WordPress Plugins You MUST Have On Each Installation

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Over the years, I have done countless installations of Wordpress on both my own websites and for other peoples domains. During this time, I have come to rely on an essential core of 6 free WordPress plugins which I have come to strongly feel every website should have by default. You can download them all […]

The 5 Best Browser Tools To Protect Your Online Privacy

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Visiting a website these days is no longer enough. When you leave the website, they then want to know where you are going next. They want to leave tracking cookies on your browser. Thanks to analytics tools like Google Analytics, they even want to register everything from your geographical location right down to what color […]

The 7 Browser Extensions That Every Chrome User Should Be Using

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Despite playing around with various browsers over the years, I always end up coming back to Chrome. I know that Google is not the best company when it comes to privacy but they make one hell of a browser nevertheless. Part of why Chrome is so good is the sheer number of extensions you can […]