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Captura desktop recording program for Windows  

Captura is a free open source desktop recording program for Microsoft Windows that comes with quite a few extra features on top of the core functionality. There is really no shortage when it comes to desktop recorders for Windows. Windows users can pick from a wide range of free and commercial applications. You can check out our overview of screen recorders for Windows here. Screen recorders are used for a variety of usage scenarios: from creating demos and instructional videos to recording chat

2017-08-16 16:51:13

Waterfox 55 news: Android app, continued legacy add-on support  

Waterfox 55.0.1 is out and with it come important announcements about the future of the web browser that is based in large parts on Firefox code. Probably the most interesting bit of news for users of the browser and Firefox users who need continued support for legacy add-ons is that Waterfox will continue to support legacy add-ons. Mozilla plans to throw legacy support over board in Firefox 57, and has started to remove bits of code already from current versions of Firefox. Waterfox's developer

2017-08-16 10:29:52

Opera VPN Gold: subscription-based Opera VPN upgrade  

Opera VPN Gold is a new upgrade option for Opera's free Opera VPN application for iOS that improves the service for a cost. Opera Software acquired the VPN provider SurfEasy some years ago, and started to integrate the company's products into the browser some time afterwards. First, as a promotion but a year later by integrating the VPN client -- more precise browser proxy -- into Opera directly. The company launched standalone versions of Opera VPN as well which Android and iOS users could inst

2017-08-16 07:14:55

GNU/Linux for beginners: How Audio Works  

One of the things that I found pretty confusing about GNU/Linux during my transition from using Windows as my primary OS to using GNU/Linux, was how audio worked. In Windows, you don't really have to think about anything, or know how to configure any specific utilities for the most part; audio just works. You might need to install a driver for a new headset or soundcard but that's about as heavy as things get. Audio in GNU/Linux has come a long way and nowadays functions fairly well when it ...

2017-08-16 04:28:17

Ellp is like IFTTT but for the Windows desktop  

Ellp is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices that works similar to the popular If This Then That application. Basically, what it does is automate certain things for you. It works by selecting cards that you are interested in. A card consists of an event (the "if this" part) and an action (the "then that" part). To give you some examples:  You can use ellp to display a notification when the battery is fully charged, to open your favorite applications when the PC starts, or to inform you ...

2017-08-15 13:21:39

Ghacks Deals: Online Storage, Office training more at huge discounts  

Instead of highlighting just one deal today, I will provide you with links to a handful of deals that I'd like to recommend to you. Zoolz Cloud Storage: 2TB Lifetime Subscription gives you access to 2TB of data for life for the price of $49.99 (98% off). 1TB is instant vault storage, the other Terabyte cold storage. They differ only in the time it takes to access files. The company has been around for years providing online storage services to home users and businesses alike. Bizland Premium:

2017-08-15 12:17:03

ShowOff highlights keys you press in realtime  

ShowOff is a free portable program for Microsoft Windows devices that highlights any key you press on the computer keyboard in realtime. The application may be useful in certain situations, for instance when you need to test the functionality of the computer keyboard, or when you need to show keyboard and mouse input for demonstration purposes. The latter may be helpful if you record a video of activity on the desktop and want to make sure that viewers see all keyboard and mouse input as well in

2017-08-15 10:57:29

Find out which sites are slowing Firefox down  

If you open multiple websites in the Firefox web browser -- and most Firefox users probably do -- you may run into situations where Firefox slows down at one point or the other. Firefox handles semi-large numbers of tabs quite well, both when it comes to memory use and CPU utilization, but there is still the chance that a site, or a browser extension, may slow down the browser. While that is sometimes easy to find out, for instance when you just opened a site and the browser starts to hang or sl

2017-08-15 09:38:20

How to create an index in Word 2016  

An index can improve the accessibility of a book or document tremendously, as it lists important words and phrases, and the page numbers they are referenced on. I'm writing my first book currently -- about Windows 10 Privacy -- and one of the things that I really wanted to add to it is an index of the most important words and phrases so that users could use the index as a reference to look up information quickly. Microsoft Word 2016 comes with options to create an index; the process itself is no

2017-08-15 05:05:03

WinRAR 5.50 released with important changes  

WinRAR 5.50 was released on August 14, 2017. The new version comes with important changes that users of the application need to be aware of. Probably the two biggest changes of WinRAR 5.50 are that the program uses the RAR 5.0 archive format by default when it comes to the creation of archives, and the new master password option to protect saved password records by using encryption. The RAR 5 archive format was introduced in WinRAR 5.0 which the company released back in 2013 to the public. It wa

2017-08-14 15:01:49

Opera Software discontinues Opera Max  

Opera Software announced the decision to discontinue Opera Max, an application for Android designed to save bandwidth and improve privacy today. The company launched Opera Max back in 2013; first in the US as a beta version, and then a couple months later in the European Union and other parts of the world. Opera Max was a standalone version of the Opera browser's Off-Road or Turbo mode. Basically, what it did was tunnel incoming traffic through Opera servers to compress the data before sending i

2017-08-14 09:18:30

Turn off smart multi-homed name resolution in Windows  

Smart multi-homed name resolution is a DNS related feature that Microsoft introduced in Windows 8 and implemented in Windows 10 as well. The feature is designed to speed up DNS resolution on a device running Windows 8 or newer by sending DNS requests across all available network adapters. Microsoft refined the feature in Windows 10 as it selects the information that is returned the fastest automatically. While the feature makes sense from a performance point of view, it introduces an issue from

2017-08-14 07:28:21

Dr.Web LiveDisk: free emergency system repair  

Dr.Web LiveDisk is a free tool for system administrators and users alike to restore non-booting Windows computer systems. The program has been designed specifically for situations where malware attacks, or the disinfection, cause Windows devices from booting properly. The system repair software is offered an ISO image that you can burn to a blank CD or DVD, and as a version for USB Flash drives. The latter needs to be run -- it is an executable file -- to start the process of installing the appl

2017-08-14 05:40:09

DMCA removes domain from popular adblocking list  

Easylist is a popular adblocking list that is used by browser extensions to block advertisement on websites visited in the browser. As the name suggests already, EasyList is just a list of domain names that websites are blocked from making connections to. So, instead of contacting an ad server to download an ad from it, the connection is blocked. EasyList is hosted on GitHub, and as such all of the lists that are maintained by the project are accessible by anyone. A recent commit to the list saw

2017-08-13 16:46:14

Twitch Desktop App Final released  

Twitch announced on August 10, 2017 that the company has released the Twitch Desktop application final for Windows and Mac PCs. The company released a beta version of the Twitch app in early 2017, and has been working on the final version of the desktop app ever since. Twitch, owned by Amazon, is a streaming platform; probably the most popular platform right now when it comes to gaming related streams. While the bulk of streams on Twitch show people playing games, the platform hosts gaming video

2017-08-13 05:41:50

How to enable legacy extensions in Firefox 57  

If you are using Firefox Nightly right now, you may have noticed that the latest update of the web browser disabled all legacy add-ons. Firefox Nightly is the first version of the Firefox web browser that hit version 57, the version of Firefox that drops support for so-called legacy add-ons in favor of WebExtensions. Nightly is the cutting edge version of the Firefox browser. Development lands in Nightly first, is then moved to Beta before it lands in the release versions. Legacy extension suppo

2017-08-12 16:22:15

How to enable or disable Firefox’s new Screenshot tool  

If your Firefox browser updated to version 55.0 recently, you may have noticed the new "Page Shot" icon in the browser's toolbar. This icon powers the native screenshot capturing functionality of Firefox. It is being rolled out to users gradually which means that you may not see the icon yet in the browser's toolbar. This does not mean however that the Firefox screenshot tool is not already available, as you may enable it in the browser to make use of it. Firefox users who see it already but hav

2017-08-12 07:05:27

Windows 10 Pro for Workstations  

Microsoft announced Windows 10 Pro for Workstations today, a new edition of the company's Windows 10 operating system aimed at high-end tasks and applications. Windows 10 Pro for Workstations comes with a set of new features and expanded hardware support. The company plans to launch the new edition of Windows 10 alongside the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update which will be out in the coming months. Workstations are Windows PCs that come with hardware designed to push performance as

2017-08-11 20:38:31

Improve your English Pronunciation with ELSA Speak for Android  

ELSA Speak: Reduce your accent is a free application for Android (and iOS) that assists you in improving your English pronunciation. ELSA, which stands for English Language Speech Assistant coaches non-native speakers in improving their (American) English. The app is free to try but limited. The first two lessons of each training group are free, the remaining ones are unlocked when you subscribe. A free 7-day trial is available that unlocks all lessons during that time period. Pro accounts are a

2017-08-11 14:37:50

Win10Clean: Windows 10 System Tweaker  

Win10Clean is an open source program for Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system that provides you with quick access to common tweaks and options to remove installed Windows apps and programs. The program comes with functionality that you find in many Windows 10 privacy applications as well, but it has not been designed specifically for that purpose by its developer. In fact, Win10Clean is rather limited in regards to the tweaks that you can make when you run it. Win10Clean Win10Clean does not

2017-08-11 10:55:01

Microsoft appeases Kaspersky with upcoming antivirus changes  

Microsoft plans to introduces changes in the soon-to-be released Windows 10 Fall Creators update that intensifies the cooperation with third-party antivirus and security companies that publish products for Windows. Russian antivirus and security company Kaspersky criticized Microsoft's handling of third-party antivirus in Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system. Kaspersky's main points of criticism were that Microsoft enabled Windows Defender as soon as installed antivirus solutions expired,  a...

2017-08-11 05:21:32

Ghacks Deals: Zemana AntiLogger: 3-Yr Premium Subscription (80% off)  

Zemana AntiLogger is a professional security software for Microsoft Windows PCs that protects the system against keyloggers. The program does more than that though: it offers ransomware protection, removes adware and unwanted programs from Windows devices, and detects malware and hidden processes as well. Zemana AntiLogger is designed to complement resident antivirus software on the Windows machine. The application protects the PC against threats in real-time, and comes with options to whitelis

2017-08-10 17:45:44

A look at Albert Launcher for GNU/Linux  

There are many different tools and applications to help enhance speed and productivity in GNU/Linux. One of the greatest things about the operating system is its flexibility; granted it can sometimes come with a cost of complexity - Thankfully Albert is simple to install and even easier to use! What is Albert? Albert is a launcher; an application used to easily launch any program, file, location etc; on your machine. With the simple press of a user set hotkey, a small box will pop up on your s...

2017-08-10 14:24:20

Manage Windows 10 Search Indexing  

Windows Search can cause high load situations on Windows 10 machines -- and on previous versions of Windows as well -- especially when search indexing runs. Basically, what search indexing does is scan all folders that are configured for indexation on the Windows device to add, change and remove the index to take into account file changes in those locations. While that works well on many devices, it may cause big performance issues on others. It depends on factors such as the speed of the proces

2017-08-10 13:47:10

My Device: the best system information app for Android?  

My Device is a free application for Google's Android operating system that displays all there is to know about an Android device in its interface. Knowing which features your Android device supports and which it does not, can be quite important. The lack of features may explain why you cannot use applications that require certain features for instance, or why you are running out of space constantly. Even Android users who researched their device extensively before making a buying decision may no

2017-08-10 11:10:46

Vivaldi 1.11 improves accessibility features  

Vivaldi Technologies released Vivaldi 1.11, a new version of the web browser to the public on August 10, 2017. The new version of the web browser introduces new and improved accessibility features to the user base. Among the highlights are options to control animations on sites that you visit in the browser, Reader Mode improvements, and a new option to adjust the mouse gesture sensitivity. Vivaldi 1.11 Depending on where you go on the Internet, you may be bombarded by animations, usually in fo

2017-08-10 07:00:37

Microsoft launches Outlook Beta  

Microsoft started to roll out an option to test a new beta version of the company's web mail interface yesterday. The new version of promises to be faster, smarter and more personalized than before. All users -- in fact, all Microsoft Account customers -- may join the beta and leave it again -- provided that the beta toggle is already visible when they open the Outlook web interface. Microsoft announced that it rolls out access to the beta over time, but did n

2017-08-10 05:29:03

Internet Archive 78 rpm records archive is online  

The Great 78 Project is a new project by the Internet Archive to preserve 78 rpm records that has released about 26000 records as of today. The project will publish a new digitized 78 rpm record every 10 minutes, and announces new publications on the project's official Twitter account. According to the project's homepage, project members have access to more than 200000 records. 78 rpm records were published between about 1898 to the 1950s. The most popular and commercially successful recordings

2017-08-10 04:07:53

Opera 47 Stable improves usability  

Opera Software released Opera 47 to the stable release channel on August 9, 2017 after a shorter than usual release cycle. This shorter release cycle means that less major features are introduced in Opera 47, and that the bulk of improvements fall into the lighter category. The browser comes with usability improvements first and foremost: new export all bookmarks option, custom number of closed tabs that can be restored, personal newsfeed improvements, and smoother video playback on devices runn

2017-08-09 13:24:33

A look at Atom text editor for GNU/Linux  

There are so many different text editors out there, some have a GUI, some are terminal based; and so many people prefer different ones for different reasons. With all that said, there are times when I stumble upon new piece of software that seems to stand out above the rest, and in the case of text editors; Atom has done just that. Atom is a hackable text editor, meaning that it can be customized almost to an extreme, but yet, is perfectly usable and awesome even just with its default setup. It...

2017-08-09 12:40:03

Py for Android: learn programming and IT skills  

Py is a free application for Google Android devices that teaches you programming and IT skills in an interactive environment. When you want to learn how to code, you have plenty of options to get started. You can buy a recommended book that teaches you the programming language, access free online courses, or sign up for paid online or local courses instead. The rise of mobile applications added another option to the mix: using applications to learn the basics. Applications are somewhat limited w

2017-08-09 10:37:20

Abandoned Firefox add-ons that break can be fixed but not uploaded to AMO  

Firefox 55 and the coming Firefox 56 and 57 releases mark an important point in the history of the browser. Mozilla plans to switch off the Firefox legacy add-on system in Firefox 57 for the bulk of the user base -- those on Stable and Beta versions -- and along with the change come changes to the browser that render some legacy add-ons incompatible already in Firefox 55 and newer. This is problematic for a number of reasons. First, because legacy add-ons can still be installed and are listed as

2017-08-09 07:25:38

Ghacks Deals: Ockel Sirius B Windows 10 Pocket PC  

Ockel Sirius B and Black Cherry are two Windows Pocket PCs that are powered by Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system. The Sirus B edition comes with 32 Gigabytes of storage, 2 Gigabytes of RAM, and a quad-core Intel Atom Bay-trail processor. Storage can be extended through Micro SD cards. The device comes with 2 USB 2.0 ports, microphone in, L/R stereo, DC jack, HDMI 1.4a, Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi. The Black Cherry edition features a faster processor, 4 Gigabytes of RAM, USB 3.0 port and USB 2.

2017-08-08 19:03:12

Microsoft Security Updates August 2017 release  

Microsoft released security updates for all supported versions of Microsoft Windows and other company products on August 8, 2017. This guide provides you with detailed information on these updates. It lists the products that are affected by vulnerabilities, and starts with an Executive Summary that highlights the most important bits of information. The operating system and other Microsoft product distribution listing follows which highlights how Windows Client and Server products and other compa

2017-08-08 18:26:38

GNU/Linux apps for communication you didn't know you needed  

One of the things that people like to hate on about GNU/Linux is that a lot of programs and applications are not compatible with it. And it's true, as a long-time user there have been many times I have said to myself, "Oh, I need X!" but then have found out that X is not compatible, and had to use some other alternative. Thankfully, GNU/Linux also has some AWESOME apps of it's own! Now granted, not ALL of the apps listed in this article are exclusive to GNU/Linux, but at the very least t...

2017-08-08 14:11:55

Firefox: your options to run legacy add-ons  

The following guide lists all options that you have to continue running so-called legacy add-ons when Firefox 57 is released in November. Mozilla plans to disable the legacy add-on system in Firefox 57 Stable. This means that any extension for Firefox that is not a WebExtension, the new format that Mozilla focuses on, will stop working in Firefox 57. Many add-ons that are available for Firefox right now will stop working. New extensions are created, but it is fair to say that WebExtensions will

2017-08-08 11:47:41

Turn Wi-Fi back on automatically on Windows 10  

Microsoft introduced a new feature in the Windows 10 Creators Update that gives users an option to turn Wi-Fi back on automatically after a set period of time. It may sometimes be useful to turn off Wi-Fi on a device. Maybe you want to work without being interrupted by constant Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest pings, or want to turn off Wi-Fi to extend battery life somewhat. Up until now you had to turn off Wi-Fi, and turn it back on, manually. That options is still there on Windows 10, but there

2017-08-08 09:32:54

Sys Minion: run Windows system commands  

Sys Minion is a free portable program for Microsoft Windows devices that provides you with access to complex system commands that you can run from its interface. The Windows operating system comes with a set of tools that administrators use on a regular basis. These tools are operated from the command line usually, and they come with a lot of switches on top of that. While you can run these tools from the command line, or create your own batch files for easier access, you may also use the free S

2017-08-08 04:54:11

A Look at Gentoo based distribution Sabayon  

So, I've mentioned in a previous article that I have been known to distrohop (read: change distributions often) and I decided that I wanted to try something different; again. I've used Sabayon many years ago, probably around eight, and so I thought perhaps it was time to revisit it and see how it goes. What is Sabayon? Sabayon is a binary based distribution based on the source based distribution Gentoo. In English that means that the developers of Sabayon built a distribution off of Gentoo ...

2017-08-07 14:38:46

Firefox 55.0: find out what is new  

Mozilla Firefox 55.0 has been released by Mozilla. The official release date of Firefox 55.0 is August 8, 2017. The new version of the web browser is already available, and will be offered on August 8 to existing users of the web browser provided that they have turned updates on. Firefox 55.0 breaks compatibility with older versions of the browser and Firefox ESR. Users who want to downgrade are advised to back up their profiles prior to installing the update. Firefox Beta, Nightly and ESR versi

2017-08-07 14:15:20

LogFusion: free realtime log monitoring for Windows  

LogFusion is a free and professional realtime log monitoring software for Microsoft Windows designed specifically for administrators and developers. Most client and server operating systems, and many services, and programs create log files. Windows creates log files for a lot of events for instance, and web servers for instance for hits and errors. Most logs are stored as plain text files that may be opened in any program supporting these standard file types. Specialized log management software

2017-08-07 09:47:11

Openmailbox Alternatives after owner change  

Openmailbox, a popular cloud storage and email service provider, began to update its service a couple of days ago which led to a two-day long outage. After the site went back up, users of the service noticed that ownership changed hand, and that the new owners of the service made a drastic change to the service. Update: ownership did not change, the owner of the service changed it from a non-profit organization to a Limited. Free users of Openmailbox could use IMAP/POP to connect to their mailbo

2017-08-07 05:32:58

A look at OpenSUSE based Gecko Linux  

I was sitting at home writing future articles for Ghacks and I decided on a spur of the moment whim that I wanted to try out a distribution I had never touched before. I've tried countless systems over the years, from the typical Ubuntu and Debian based systems, to Arch based systems like Manjaro, even Gentoo based systems like Sabayon. However, I was thinking about it and OpenSUSE used to be one of my favourite distributions to use but I've never actually sat down and tried a respin of an O...

2017-08-06 14:16:01

Display all timezones with TimeZonesView  

TimeZonesView is a free portable program for Microsoft's Windows operating system by Nirsoft that lists information about all timezones. The program is compatible with all versions of Windows from Windows XP to the latest Windows 10 version. It supports 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, and can be run right after you have downloaded its package and extracted it to the local system. Since it is a portable program, you may run it from any location including USB Flash drives. TimeZonesView Ti

2017-08-06 13:31:42

Update on NoScript’s WebExtensions migration  

The author of the Firefox security add-on NoScript, Giorgio Maone, answered questions about the WebExtensions migration of the NoScript add-on recently. NoScript is my number one must have add-on for the Firefox web browser; in fact, it is one of the few things that keeps me from switching my main web browser as it cannot be realized in other browsers (non-Firefox based that is). Like any other legacy Firefox ad-on author, Giorgio is affected by the looming WebExtensions exclusivity deadline. Mo

2017-08-06 13:05:18

SecuritySoftView: list registered security programs on Windows  

SecuritySoftView by Nirsoft is a free software program for Microsoft Windows devices that lists registered security software when run. Security software that you install on a Windows machine can register with Security and Maintenance of the operating system. Security and Maintenance, formerly known as Action Center and Security Center, monitors firewalls, antivirus software and anti-spyware software among other things on machines running Windows to make sure these components work properly. It wi

2017-08-06 12:12:37

The Man Command in GNU/Linux  

GNU/Linux is powerful. GNU/Linux is mighty. GNU/Linux can be confusing… One of the things that terrifies most people about GNU/Linux is the command line. Granted, most users can get away with never touching a terminal window nowadays on most modern distributions, but when a lot of people think of GNU/Linux they instantly picture a command line interface of scrolling text and gibberish code. Thankfully, learning to actually use the command line is not quite as daunting as one might assume, espe...

2017-08-05 14:00:04

BiglyBT, new Vuze-based torrent client without ads  

BiglyBT is a new cross-platform open source torrent client that can be best described as a fork of Vuze / Azureus that is ad-free and without other pasted on features. The first version of BiglyBT is pretty similar to Vuze right now, but the developers have big plans for the torrent client. It is developed by two long-standing Azureus and Vuze developers, who have worked on the client for a long time. Azureus launched back in 2003 when BitTorrent was still in its infancy. The client shipped with

2017-08-05 12:42:41

Quantum, an introduction to Quantum Mechanics for Android  

Quantum is a free application for Google's Android operating system that teaches you the basics of quantum mechanics. Quantum mechanics deals with the so-called microworld and the objects -- atoms or particles for instance -- that it contains. If you like to know more about it, for instance because you are interested in physics or science, or just want some bragging rights when the next Big Bang Theory episode airs, Quantum may be a good way to start. Quantum Quantum is a free learning applicat

2017-08-05 11:55:47

Black Bird Cleaner Free review  

Black Bird Cleaner is a free system cleaner and optimizer for Microsoft Windows that is also available as a more powerful Pro version. The program offers basic cleaning options when compared to established programs such as CCleaner. While that is the case, it does ship with a couple of extras that may make it interesting to some users. The download of Black Bird Cleaner has a size of less than 1 Megabyte, a lightweight application. While the installer does not hold any surprises, you do get a pr

2017-08-05 10:53:24

A Brief look at sudo for beginners in Linux  

Sudo; at some point or another while browsing the web in relation to GNU/Linux, I'm sure those of you who are new to this world would have come across this word/command. If you've followed any number of tutorials scattered across the web, good chance you have used sudo before. But, what is sudo? In short, sudo is, "Super user do," which grants the non-privileged user the ability to perform tasks that only an administrator / root, can do. You've probably already encountered the use of s...

2017-08-04 14:13:30

LastPass jacks up premium pricing, removes Free features  

LastPass announced yesterday that it decided to make changes to the company's personal lineup of password managing services. The company has offered a free and premium version of the password manager up until now, and that won't change with the update. It announced recently that it will introduce a third option, LastPass Families, to complement the two products. LastPass Families includes six LastPass Premium licenses, a new family dashboard for managing all accounts, and group and share functio

2017-08-04 14:13:20

Scan a Windows PC for Long Path issues  

Windows users may run into so-called long path issues when a path exceeds the maximum length of 260 characters. It is quite easy to run into the issue. Maybe by connecting a Flash drive that you use on Linux for the most part -- which does not have this limit -- or by trying to extract an archive that is so deep in terms of directory structure, that you will end up hitting the limit. While there are ways around this, for instance by renaming directories or by using the Long Path Fixer Tool for W

2017-08-04 10:07:23

Guide to Linux app for Android  

Guide to Linux is a free application for Google Android that comes with tutorials, information on commands and shell scripts, and a Terminal emulator. If you want to get to know Linux, you have plenty of options to go about it. You can create a Live CD/USB environment, boot your computer from it, and start playing around without having to install anything or modify the underlying operating system structure (e.g. a Windows installation). Another option that you have is to create a virtual machine

2017-08-03 11:40:09

Mozilla plans to add opt-out profile clean-up option to Firefox installer  

Mozilla plans to add a new opt-out profile clean-up option to the Firefox installation process that will clean up the user profile. The planned target for the new feature is the release of Firefox 57, and the reasoning behind the decision is to provide returning users with an option to clean up the profile to resolve any profile related issues that caused them to leave in first place. Note: The feature is planned right now, but there is still a chance that it is not going to be implemented, or r

2017-08-03 09:38:03

Ghacks Deals: The Premium PC Power Bundle (95% off)  

The Premium PC Power Bundle includes ten software programs for Windows. The bundle is worth it in my opinion if you want at least one of the programs included, especially if it comes with updates included. The following applications are included in the bundle (make sure you check the specs and license for compatibility information and restrictions): NetSpot Pro (updates included) -- Optimize Your Wi-Fi Connection with This Powerful Wi-Fi Analysis Application Glasswire Pro for Windows (updates

2017-08-03 08:58:35

Windows 10 Build 16257: fixes Edge annoyance, introduces Eye Control  

Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 16257, a new preview build of the upcoming Fall Creators Update for Windows 10, yesterday evening. The new version introduces a new Eye Control feature, designed to improve accessibility by adding options to control Windows with eye movement, Microsoft Edge improvements, a color overhaul for the Windows Console, input and Windows Defender Application Guard improvements, and bug fixes. The new build of Windows 10 is available already. Windows Insiders who have

2017-08-03 05:11:13

You cannot downgrade Firefox 55 profiles  

If you have upgraded a version of Firefox to version 55 or newer, you won't be able to downgrade that version of the browser later on to an older version. While Mozilla never really supported downgrades of the browser before, it was usually no problem to downgrade a particular version of the Firefox browser. There are two main use cases where this happens: first, when a release version of Firefox causes issues, and when users use the same profile on different versions of the browser. The first i

2017-08-02 19:49:46

Google pulls Chrome Web Developer extension over ad-injecting  

Google just pulled another Chrome extension from the official Chrome web store after it found out that the extension started to inject advertisement into sites user visited in the web browser. A 404 not found error is displayed when you open the Chrome web store presence of the Web Developer extension right now. The extension had a rating of 4.5 stars (out of five), and more than 3000 user ratings before it was pulled from the store. Update: The page is online again. The developer stated that th

2017-08-02 15:44:28

Windows 10 Version 1703 KB4032188 Cumulative Update  

Microsoft released KB4032188 today, a new cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1703, the Creators Update version of the Windows 10 operating system. The cumulative update is already distributed through Windows Update, and also available as a standalone download at the Microsoft Update Catalog website. The update brings the version of the operating system to build 15053.502. It features no new features -- no surprises there as the release of the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 is just aro

2017-08-02 08:50:01

Mozilla makes Tab Hiding API a priority  

Mozilla plans to switch the legacy add-ons system of the Firefox browser off in the Firefox 57 release which will be out in November. The organization focuses on WebExtensions instead, and adds new APIs and improvements to Firefox to extend the capabilities of WebExtension add-ons. Mozilla wants feature parity with Chrome when it comes to WebExtensions, and extend the capabilities of the Firefox browser in regards to WebExtensions beyond what Google Chrome offers. This means effectively that any

2017-08-02 08:11:19

A look at Stacer system optimizer for GNU/Linux  

There are countless tools that claim to optimize your Windows system, but not nearly as many for GNU/Linux. Now, many GNU/Linux power users will likely say something like, "If you're using Linux you should be able to do all of these things on your own anyway, try using commands like X or Y," however, with popularity in GNU/Linux growing, there are likely many users out there with less experience who could make use of software like this. That's where Stacer comes into play. Stacer essentially is

2017-08-02 04:50:34

Ghacks Deals: Interactive Web Developer Bootcamp (94% off)  

Interactive Web Developer Bootcamp is a full-stack web development eLearning course that teaches you HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Ruby on Rails. You build several projects during the course, a blogging platform for instance and an application for a fictional startup that combines all the technologies that you learned into a single web product. The course offers 180 HD videos and an ebook that you can download for offline access. Please note that the time you may access the course is limited to thr

2017-08-01 12:05:38

Keep track of Android app updates with Changes  

Changes is a free application for Android devices that makes it easier to keep track of application updates and changelogs. Google Play is the default store for Android applications. It is installed on may devices by default, and will also update applications automatically when updates become available. This happens over Wi-Fi only by default, but means that Android users get the same convenient but problematic updating experience that they get when they install extensions in Google Chrome. The

2017-08-01 11:49:50

Artpip: daily new fine art wallpaper app for Windows (and Mac)  

Artpip is a free program for Windows and Mac devices that changes the desktop wallpaper of the operating system once per day to a fine art painting. The free version of the application is pretty straightforward in terms of use. Once you have downloaded and installed the application on your Windows machine -- I did not test the Mac version -- it will download a new fine art wallpaper each day and make it the desktop background on the device. The program sets itself up to start with Windows by def

2017-08-01 08:56:12

Firefox tabs Pause toggle for HTML5 media  

Play/Pause is a useful browser extension for the Firefox web browser that adds a pause option to Firefox tabs that have HTML5 media playing in them. Firefox, like most modern browsers, displays an option in its tab bar to mute audio that plays in a tab in the browser. That's quite handy on its own, but activating mute does not block playback on the site. Not a big problem if you are listening to Internet Radio, but if you want to listen to something from the beginning to the end, you end up havi

2017-08-01 07:18:41

Control Animations in Vivaldi  

Vivaldi Software is working hard on the next version of the popular web browser, Vivaldi 1.11. The company pushes out development builds regularly that enthusiasts can install to get a glimpse at features before they are released in stable versions of the browser. Users who test these development builds provide Vivaldi with important feedback on these new features and other issues, and also what they like and don't like. The most recent Vivaldi 1.11 development build, Vivaldi 1.11.917.17 comes w

2017-07-31 17:44:50

Google launches Adblocker in Chrome Dev and Canary for Android  

Google started the roll out the first version of the upcoming Google Chrome adblocker to Chrome Dev and Chrome Canary versions on Android today. Google announced some time ago that it had plans to integrate an adblocker into the Chrome web browser. Google, being an advertising company first and foremost, at least when it comes to revenue generation, faces troubling times ahead caused largely by the increasing popularity of content blockers. The idea that Google came up with was to block the mos...

2017-07-31 13:11:28

Malwarebytes 3.2 promises better memory usage and stability  

Malwarebytes, maker of the security product of the same name, have released Malwarebytes 3.2 Beta which promises better memory usage and other improvements. The company has been fighting will all sorts of issues after the release of Malwarebytes 3.0 and the merging of all company products into a single application. Core issues that users of the new application version experienced were high memory usage, stability issues, and issues with functionality. The latter especially with components that w

2017-07-31 08:27:13

Chrome extension CopyFish hijacked: remove now!  

The makers of the popular Chrome and Firefox extension Copyfish announced yesterday that the Chrome version of the extension was hijacked. According to the posted information on the company blog, an attacker managed to steal the Google password of a team member using phishing on July 28th, 2017. A team member received an email from "Google" saying that we need to update our Chrome extension (Copyfish) otherwise it would be removed from the store. "Click here to read more details" the ema...

2017-07-31 04:58:02

Control Firefox System Add-ons with the Ghacks user.js file  

Some time ago part of development for Firefox shifted from integrating new features and experiments in the core browser directly to using system add-ons for that. Mozilla did integrated Pocket in Firefox natively first for instance, but changed that by removing the code from Firefox to distribute Pocket as a system add-on instead. System add-ons work in many regards similarly to add-ons: they can be updated independently from the browser, and come as self-contained packages. One difference to ad

2017-07-30 13:29:46

Fixing incorrect clock / time settings while dual-booting Windows/Linux  

So, I recently got my father to start to switch from Windows to GNU/Linux. The man is a serious privacy freak who knows Windows systems better than almost anyone who hasn't been formally trained. Envision a hermit with long hair and a bushy beard who has spent years complaining about the state of privacy, governments and the like; you aren't far from the truth with that image. In the light of Windows 10 becoming the main OS for Windows users, and Windows 7 users being pushed harder and harder to

2017-07-30 05:04:28

FastStone Image Viewer 6.3 ships with internal video player  

FastStone Image Viewer 6.3, a new version of then popular picture viewer for Windows, comes with a video player to play videos in the application. We reviewed version 4.0 of the image viewer back in 2009, and -- recently -- the new FastStone Image Viewer 6.0 release that was published in 2016. The program is offered as a free portable version and as a version that you can install on a Windows machine. It is ad-free, and the installer is free from other nasty things such as adware offers. FastSto

2017-07-29 06:40:11

WikiLeaks releases Manual for Linux Implant “Aeris”  

WikiLeaks has been fairly steadily releasing documents from what is known as the "Vault 7" leaks, and now documentation has been released about a tool known as "Aeris" which specifically targets POSIX systems such as a couple GNU/Linux Distributions. Posted on WikiLeaks yesterday, was information regarding the "Imperial" project of the CIA, Aeris is an automated implant written in C that supports a number of POSIX-based systems (Debian, RHEL, Solaris, FreeBSD, CentOS). It supports au...

2017-07-29 05:28:49

Windows 10 LTSB becomes Windows 10 LTSC  

Microsoft announced back in April of 2017 that it would release two feature updates of its Windows 10 operating system per year; one in March and the other in September of each year. The Windows 10 Creators Update, released back in April 2017, was the first feature update of Windows 10 that followed the new release schedule. The Fall Creators Update, which will come out in September 2017, will be the next. Along with the change of the release schedule came release terminology changes. Microsoft

2017-07-28 17:09:12

LibreOffice 5.4 Free Cross-Platform Office Suite is out  

LibreOffice 5.4, a new version of the popular cross-platform open source Office suite, has been released on July 28, 2017 to the public. The new version, which is the last major release of the LibreOffice 5.x family, improves Microsoft Office compatibility, new features in all modules, and better PDF rendering for imported PDF documents. The new version can be downloaded already from the official project website. Update checks in LibreOffice, which you can run with a click on Help > Check for Up

2017-07-28 11:44:26

JPEG Saver: photo slideshow screensaver  

JPEG Saver is a free screensaver for Microsoft Windows devices that adds impressive photo slideshow capabilities to the screensaver functionality. Screensavers are not really used anymore on devices that are connected to modern displays to save the screen from burn ins. Instead, they are mostly there for aesthetic or informational purposes. This means that they are still useful to some users. Microsoft announced recently that it would deprecate some screensaving functionality in the upcoming ver

2017-07-28 11:07:49

Ghacks Deals: The Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence Introductory Bundle (91% off)  

The Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence Introductory Bundle is an eLearning bundle that consists of four courses. The four courses build up on each other and are suitable for users of all experience levels. Knowledge of math -- calculus, linear Algebra and Probability -- as well as Python and Numpy is helpful though. If you need a Python refresher, or are just getting started, check out these Python eLearning offers to get started. Deep Learning Prerequisites: Linear Regression in Python

2017-07-28 05:57:41

Canonical Looking for user input on software selection for Ubuntu  

Canonical's Ubuntu Linux distribution is one of the, if not THE, most popular distributions of any GNU/Linux systems available; and now the company is looking for input from the masses on what software should be included in Ubuntu 18.04. The next long-term support release of the popular GNU/Linux operating system from Canonical is scheduled for April 2018, and will feature a number of changes; most notable is the switch from the Unity desktop environment and the return to GNOME. However, Dustin

2017-07-28 04:27:45

Configure Google Chrome to display certificates directly  

Google moved the option to display certificates in Google Chrome from the site properties menu to the Developer Tools. All you had to do previously to display the certificate of a site in Chrome was to click on the site icon in the browser and select details to display the certificate in the browser. After the change rolled out, users have to open the Developer Tools, select Security in the interface, and click on the "view certificate" button in it. Not very elegant, especially if you need to v

2017-07-27 12:31:38

USB 3.2 promises twice the performance of USB 3.1  

USB 3.0 was a big step up from USB 2.0 in terms of performance, which in turn was a big improvement over USB 1.0. It then got a bit confusing when USB 3.1 was introduced, as it was decided to rename USB 3.0 devices to USB 3.1 Gen 1, and pave the way for USB 3.1 Gen 2 devices on top of that. USB 3.1 Gen 2, or SuperSpeed USB 10 Gbps, is the fastest version of USB right now. It offers speeds up to 10 Gbit/s which effectively doubles the speed of USB 3.1 Gen 1 devices which are good for a maximum tr

2017-07-27 09:43:30

Windows Repair 4.0 released: repair Windows software  

Windows Repair 4.0 is the newest version of the popular repair software for Microsoft Windows that is available as a free and professional version. The program, which the developers recommend to run in safe mode with networking, is designed to fix numerous issues that Windows users may experience on their Windows machines. We reviewed one of the first versions of Windows Repair back in 2011. A lot has changed since then. Windows Repair fixes issues with Windows programs and settings, and advance

2017-07-27 06:51:03

Google moves Instant Search to the retirement home  

When Google launched Google Instant Search back in 2010, the company called it a fundamental shift in search that would save searchers time when running searches on Google. Instant Search displayed search results page to the user during the process of typing the actual search phrase the user was interested in. In best case, it would display the desired results earlier. In worst case, it would throw a number of unrelated search results page at you while you tried to focus on typing your search qu

2017-07-27 04:43:45

Firefox Voice Fill, Notes and Send Experiments  

Mozilla plans to launch the three new Test Pilot experiments Voice Fill, Notes and Send for the Firefox web browser soon. Voice Fill adds voice commands for running searches on search engines to Firefox, Notes adds notepad functionality, and Send an option to transfer files securely by using encryption. Mozilla launched the first wave of Test Pilot experiments back in May 2016, and new experiments regularly afterwards. Experiments are designed to gather user feedback, telemetry and interest. We

2017-07-26 20:10:30

Windows 10 Insider Preview build 16251: new Cortana commands  

Development of the next feature update of Windows 10, the Fall Creators Update, is slowly coming to an end as Microsoft shifted development from adding features in builds to fixing issues and giving the new version a bit of polishing before release. Windows 10 Insider Preview build 16251 is not overly spectacular when it comes to new features because of that. While that is the case, it does ship with some that are noteworthy, and others that are not really that useful in the current iteration..

2017-07-26 19:15:45

Disable autoplaying video in Google app on Android  

If you use the Google application on Android, you may have noticed that videos may autoplay when they are shown in search results. Jennifer Slegg was the first to notice this on Google Search on desktop devices. She noticed that Google would autoplay videos on select searches. When she searched for "The Lego Ninjago Movie" or "Justice League Release Date" for instance, Google would display a movie trailer in the Knowledge Graph area of the search results, and play the movie trailer automatically

2017-07-26 16:32:48

Microsoft’s stance on unsupported hardware adds uncertainty to Windows 10  

Things were quite easy to understand from a support perspective in the pre-Windows 10 age. If you installed Windows on a PC or bought a PC with Windows pre-installed, you could be certain that you could run it until Microsoft ended support for the operating system. Upgrades to newer versions of Windows were possible as well, and if an upgrade was supported, you could be certain that you could run the new operating system version on the device for the remainder of its support phase. Microsoft cut

2017-07-26 14:49:18

Chrome 60 Stable is out  

Google released the stable version of the Chrome 60 web browser yesterday for the supported desktop operating systems Windows, Mac and Linux. The new version is mostly a security and under-the-hood release that introduces little functionality to the frontend side of the browser. Google notes on the Chrome Releases blog that the company has patched 40 security issues in Google Chrome, but lists only those contributed by external researches on the blog. The company notes that Chrome 60 will roll o

2017-07-26 11:10:15

Kaspersky Free Antivirus worldwide roll out begins  

Kaspersky announced the worldwide rollout of Kaspersky Free, a free limited version of Kaspersky Internet Security, yesterday. We reviewed the initial version of Kaspersky Free back in 2016 when Kaspersky began to distribute it in selection regions. While the security program was released only in those regions, downloads were not restricted to them. Kasperksy plans to roll out the free version of the company's security software to a worldwide audience starting this month. The roll out will happe

2017-07-26 07:40:51

Using AES Crypt to quickly encrypt / decrypt files on GNU/Linux  

There are multiple ways to encrypt files, or encrypt your entire filesystem, make containers, encrypt emails etc. However, AES Crypt has got to be the absolute most simple way to encrypt virtually any file quickly and easily in GNU/Linux. The reasons for doing so are many, but just to name a few: Keeping private information on your machine private Keeping private information you intend to send to someone else private Keeping files you intend to store online, private Hiding things from the booge

2017-07-26 05:14:53

Adobe retires Flash in December 2020  

Adobe announced today that it plans to retire Adobe Flash in December 2020 when it will stop updating and distributing Flash. The company suggests that developers switch from using Flash to modern web technologies such as HMTL5, WebGL or WebAssembly. Specifically, we will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020 and encourage content creators to migrate any existing Flash content to these new open formats. Adobe will support Flash "on a number of major" operating system

2017-07-25 17:20:17

Ghacks Deals: The Ultimate Android N Development Bundle (90% off)  

The Ultimate Android N Development Bundle is a five course series that takes you from beginner programmer to master. The courses build up on each other but are open to users of all experience levels. Android N is the latest version of Android at the time of writing with Android O being readied by Google right now. Course access is granted for life, and all five courses are currently available for $39 which is a discount of 90% over the regular price. The following courses are included: Android

2017-07-25 12:25:21

Firefox blocks all GitHub release downloads as deceptive  

If you are using the Mozilla Firefox web browser right now to download releases hosted on the project hosting website Github, you will notice that you cannot do so directly anymore. For instance, if you try to download the latest Atom editor builds, you get the warning message. The browser displays a "deceptive site!" warning when you click on a download link and states that site the downloads are hosted on has been reported and blocked. Downloads on GitHub are powered by Amazon AWS. This web pa

2017-07-25 12:03:00

Policy Plus brings Group Policy to all Windows editions  

Policy Plus is a free open source program for Microsoft Windows that introduces Group Policy access on all editions of the Windows operating system. Microsoft limits access to the Group Policy to professional and Enterprise editions of Windows. This means that Home edition users, for instance those running Windows 10 Home or Windows 7 Home Premium, cannot use the Group Policy for administrative tasks. While it is possible usually to make changes to the Windows Registry which have the same effect

2017-07-25 11:37:01

Google app takes screenshot of your searches on Android  

Google rolls out a feature currently on Android that introduces a "recent" feature in the Google application on Android devices. The Google application ships with many Android devices by default. It is often displayed as a search form on the Android home screen. Users may use it to search on Google Search directly without using a web browser installed on the device for that. The company saves the search history of Google users already, but has added a new feature to the Google application that c

2017-07-25 07:47:37

Microsoft Paint will move to the Windows Store  

Microsoft plans to remove Microsoft Paint from the Windows 10 operating system and make the app available through Windows Store instead. Microsoft revealed removed and deprecated features of the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update version of the operating system recently. The long standing default image editor of Windows, Microsoft Paint, was listed under deprecated. Many sites out there reported wrongly that Microsoft would remove Microsoft Paint from the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. D

2017-07-25 06:02:01

8 things Microsoft needs to fix in Windows 10  

Windows 10 was released in 2015 with much fanfare as the next and last version of the Windows operating system. While Windows 10 was designed for the ground up to work on any device type, its interface was flexible enough to provide desktop users with a different experience than users on mobile devices (the few that were supported). Microsoft got away from the Windows 8 experiment of pushing a unified mobile and touch optimized interface to the Windows population -- which backfired for the most

2017-07-25 05:15:40

Windows 10 Web Search gets a tad more useful  

The most recent Insider Build of the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update comes with extended web search functionality that makes it a tad more useful than it is right now in stable versions of Windows 10. Microsoft integrated web search capabilities into the default search functionality on Windows 10. This means that Windows 10 users may get search results returned to them when they run searches on the device. I did not find this particularly useful, as Windows 10 returns search suggestions

2017-07-24 15:10:09

Manage TV Shows with Series Organizer  

Series Organizer is a free portable software program for Microsoft Windows devices to manage, look up and keep track of TV shows. Keeping track of TV shows that you are interested in, own, or have access to can be quite the daunting task depending on how much of a TV show fan you really are. You may find the free program Series Organizer useful if you like to keep your TV shows in digital format on your computer running Windows as it was designed for that task. The program uses an interface that

2017-07-24 12:41:20

RadioMaximus: play and record Internet Radio  

RadioMaximus is a free portable program for Microsoft Windows devices that you may use to play and record Internet Radio. The program is available as a free, limited version and a pro version. The free version supports all the basic features that you would like to see in an Internet Radio application: you can browse and search radio stations, play them, and record stations on top of that. The free version is provided as a 32-bit and 64-bit program for Microsoft Windows. While it comes with an in

2017-07-24 07:30:50

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