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Optimize your images with Google’s Guetzli compression algorithm  

The following guide walks you through the steps of optimizing jpeg images using Google's new Guetzli compression algorithm. Google unveiled Guetzli some time ago, a JPEG encoder that promises up to 35% smaller file sizes than achievable with current methods. A 35% reduction would result in Ghacks saving hundreds of Megabytes of storage space, and a lot of bandwidth thanks to optimization. Google promises that Guetzli optimized images don't sacrifice quality for size. One example: you have 1000 j

2017-03-25 18:57:12
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Windows Tip: Speed up Disk Cleanup System Files loading  

The following tip provides you with information on how to speed up the loading of Disk Cleanup's "clean system files" option on Windows. Disk Cleanup is a built-in tool on Windows devices that users may utilize to remove temporary data from the operating system. It is not as complete as dedicated third-party cleaning programs such as CCleaner or Privazer, but it may still remove Gigabytes of disk content that is no longer needed from the system. Only part of what can be cleaned is listed when yo

2017-03-25 07:01:59
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A Look at Desktop Environments: KDE 5 Plasma  

This time around we will be looking at KDE: powerful, graphically beautiful, and filled with an array of useful software; but the most resource intensive of the major desktop environments. KDE has always been a weird thing for me, I quite enjoy its almost limitless amount of customizability, the great tools that it comes with, and yet I never seem to stick with it and I have no idea why; I actually couldn't pinpoint the reason even if I tried, so you can take that as you wish. Check out the fi...

2017-03-25 06:22:33
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A look at Desktop Environments: MATE  

One of the most amazing things about GNU/Linux is it's customizability, both on a deeper system level but also on the surface with various desktop environments and window managers at the users disposal. My personal favourite of the various desktop environments is MATE (pronounced Mah-Tay). I started using GNU/Linux about 17 years ago on my buddies computer his uncle set up for him, which used Mandrake Linux, but it wasn't until about six years later when I decided to install Ubuntu on my own mac

2017-03-24 17:23:25
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Tab Ninja: better Chrome tab controls  

Tab Ninja is a free browser extension for the Google Chrome web browser that gives you better options when it comes to controlling tabs in the browser. Google made the decision recently to remove certain tab features from the browser. The Close other tabs, and Close tabs to the right options will be removed from Chrome in the near future. This is an inconvenience for users who use these tab control options right now in the browser. Google suggests to use tab highlighting, and the shortcut Ctrl-W

2017-03-24 12:42:15
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Exclusive preview of Startpage’s new image search tools  

The privacy focused search engine Startpage will launch new image search related tools soon that improve the user experience significantly. Startpage, just like Google, Bing and DuckDuckGo, offers a dedicated image search option that users can make use of. While you can use web searches to find sites with images as well, using the image search engine returns image results right away. That's great for previewing images, something that web search does not really offer. Up until now, you had only a

2017-03-24 10:17:54
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Here is the first mockup screenshot of Firefox 57’s new design  

Mozilla plans to make Firefox 57 a milestone release by introducing major changes to the web browser when the version is released. We talked about those in the past already; most notable probably is the focus on WebExtensions in Firefox 57. Classic add-ons will stop working at that time, as they are no longer supported in the stable version of the web browser. If things turn out well, Firefox 57 will also be the version of Firefox that ships with a first version of Quantum. Mozilla calls Quantum

2017-03-24 05:45:14
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How to enable two-factor authentication on Instagram  

Instagram announced on March 23, 2017 that the company did enable two-factor authentication support for all users of the service. Two-factor authentication adds a security layer to the sign in process on Instagram. What is meant by that is that you are required to complete a second authentication step before you are signed in to your account and can start using the Instagram application. An attacker would have to gain access to the username and password, and also the security code that is sent t

2017-03-23 18:38:38
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TTSFox: Firefox Text to Speech add-on that works offline  

TTSFox is a new add-on for the Firefox web browser that adds text to speech functionality to the browser, even when the device is offline. It can sometimes be useful to have something read aloud to you. This can be the case if you do something that is not directly in front of the monitor, or if the Firefox window is not the active window. Accessibility may also play a role, for instance if your eyesight is not the best anymore, or if you prefer to listen to text as it is easier for you. One way

2017-03-23 15:23:36
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You can now watch Netflix in Firefox on Linux  

Netflix announced on Tuesday that Linux users may use the Firefox web browser on their devices now to watch video streams on the website. Netflix started to work on HTML5 compatibility almost four years ago to improve the service's compatibility. The video streaming service relied on the use of plugins, most notably Microsoft Silverlight in the early days, which limited compatibility with devices. Netflix with Silverlight is for instance only compatible with Windows and Mac Os X devices (if the

2017-03-23 10:08:00
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Windows 10 KB4016635 Update released  

Microsoft released a new cumulative update for the company's Windows 10 operating system, KB4016635 that patches two issues. The update is not available through Windows Update, but exclusively available on the Microsoft Update Catalog. It is unclear right now whether Microsoft will make it available through Windows Update at a later point in time. The new update replaces the previously released update KB4015438 which Microsoft released on March 20, 2017. The previous update fixed two crash and h

2017-03-23 09:26:46
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Opera 45: Telegram inclusion, Reborn improvements  

Opera Software released several updates for Opera 45 Developer recently that brings Telegram integration, and improvements to the Reborn redesign of the browser. Reborn, a new design for the Opera web browser was revealed when Opera Software released Opera 44 Developer to the public. Reborn is not a complete change of the look and feel of the web browser, but a modernization of the interface without changing any of the functionality of the browser. One of the changes that came along with Reborn

2017-03-23 05:49:38
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Ghacks Deals: TNT Stream Unblocker Plus: Lifetime Subscription (Netflix works)  

Today's deal brings you a lifetime subscription to TNT Stream Unblocker Plus (or regular without the Plus). It is a service that may either be used to access geo-blocking streaming services such as Netflix or Hulu, or as a VPN. I had the change to test the functionality of the service, and streaming tests did work fine at the time of writing. This included access to Netflix and Hulu among many other options. The core difference between TNT Stream Unblocker Plus and the regular service is that y

2017-03-22 17:46:04
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Windows 10: look up data usage for the past 30 days  

The following guide walks you through the steps of looking up data usage information on devices running Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system. It can sometimes be useful to find out how much data is used on a device in a given period of time. Maybe you are on a metered Internet connection and want to make sure that you did not cross any thresholds yet. Or, you crossed a threshold last month and want to find out how that happened, and what you can do about it. You may also use it to find out wh

2017-03-22 12:02:05
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KB4012218, KB4012219: Windows Update processor generation detection  

The March 2017 preview updates for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 introduce Windows Update processor generation and hardware support detection. Microsoft published KB4012218 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, and KB4012219 for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 yesterday evening. These previews are only available through the Microsoft Update Catalog, and only include non-security updates. They are designed to give system administrators, and interested home users, time to test cumu

2017-03-22 07:53:33
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Learn PowerShell, using PowerShell  

PowerShell is more than just a command line shell. It is a configuration management framework that the command line shell is part of, but also a scripting language. It is more powerful than the Windows command prompt but also more intimidating. While it has been there for more than a decade, most Windows users are probably not very familiar with PowerShell. This guide provides you with information on learning PowerShell, by using PowerShell. This may sound confusing at first, but it is not reall

2017-03-22 06:46:18
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5 Things to learn how to do in GNU/Linux via Command-Line  

GNU/Linux is powerful, very powerful, but truth be told it can also be a daunting experience when trying to learn to utilize the true power behind a GNU/Linux system; the terminal. Using the CLI, or Command Line Interface, can speed up MANY processes and tasks, once you know how to use it and some of the basic commands for it. This tutorial is not meant to transform you from scared first timer into Linuxbeard poweruser, but rather to give you your first babysteps into the deeper world of your sy

2017-03-22 06:06:04
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Deal of the Week: Linux Power User Bundle (97% off)  

If you want to get started using Linux, but don't know where to begin, then you may find this week's deal of the week useful for that: The Linux Power User Bundle is a five course bundle that acts pretty much as an introduction to Linux. The following five courses are included in the bundle: Learn Linux in 5 Days & Level Up Your Career -- Get Promoted or Start a New Career w/ Essential Linux Skills Linux Alternatives to Windows Applications -- Learn About the Linux Equivalents to Windows Softw

2017-03-21 19:09:44
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Full Last Pass 4.1.42 exploit discovered  

Tavis Ormandy, a prolific member of Google's Project Zero initiative, revealed that he discovered a new security issue in LastPass 4.1.42 (and maybe earlier). Ormandy revealed that he discovered an exploit, but did not reveal it. Project Zero discoveries are reported to the companies who produce the affected products. The companies have 90 days to react, usually by creating a new product version that they make available publicly to all customers. The information is scarce at this point in time,

2017-03-21 15:09:13
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Audacity 2.1.3: official Windows 10 support, last XP version  

Audacity 2.1.3, released on March 17, 2017, is the first version of the popular audio editor that supports Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system officially. The audio software can record live audio through microphones or mixers, digitize recordings from other media, and also capture audio when a supported sound card is available. Apart from recording audio, you may also edit audio streams in a variety of ways using Audacity. This includes among other things basic operations such as cutting or

2017-03-21 05:54:23
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Windows 10 KB4015438 fixes crashes and hangs  

The new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1607 (Anniversary Update) KB4015438 patches two issues introduced by last week's Patch Day. This raises the version of the Anniversary Update version of Windows 10 to 14393.969. The KB4015438 update seems to fix two issues introduced last week that affected some users of the operating system after devices were updated with last week's security updates. The first issue caused programs that use Microsoft MPEG-2 handling libraries to crash (e.g. Wind

2017-03-21 05:18:53
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Google removing Close other tabs, Close tabs to the right from Chrome  

Google plans to remove the tab context menu items Close other tabs, and Close tabs to the right, from the company's Chrome web browser. Google made the decision to remove the two context menu options years ago, according to the bug on the official Chromium site, but never got it done up until now. The company cites lack of use as the reason for removal. Additionally, the two context menu options add complexity too Chrome, and add additional scanning time "due to the menu length increase". Google

2017-03-20 19:10:45
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Turn off most Windows 10 Ads with a double-click, or manually  

The following guide offers instructions on turning of all ads on Windows 10, and most of them with a simple double-click. Not all Windows 10 users have seen advertisement yet on devices that run the operating system, but the number is certainly growing. The main reason why it is growing is that Microsoft is pushing what it calls suggestions or tips to more and more places on the operating system. What started with pre-installed third-party apps and suggestions in the Start Menu, has grown to ads

2017-03-20 17:07:46
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Top IFTTT recipes that improve your Android device  

IFTTT, which stands for If This Then That, is a service that may automate a lot of things related to PCs, online and your mobile devices for you. Basically, what it allows you to do, is create so called recipes that run automated actions when an event occurs. Events can be nearly anything, from you arriving at work over new email messages, or a new post on your favorite tech blog. IFTTT supports Android devices so that you may use existing recipes on Android, or create your own. You do need to i

2017-03-20 11:07:38
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How to lower the WhatsApp data usage  

The following guide provides you with instructions on lowering the data usage of the popular messaging application WhatsApp. Created for Android devices, you can use the guide if you run WhatsApp on another mobile operating system as well. Applications that you run regularly on your mobile devices can use a considerable amount of data when they are running. Many apps continue to run in the background once they have been started on a device. This is certainly true for most messaging applications,

2017-03-20 06:51:21
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Where are those Anonymous Firefox add-on ratings coming from?  

If you are a Firefox user and pay attention to user reviews and ratings on the Firefox add-ons website, you may have noticed an increase in anonymous ratings. The ratings are left by anonymous user "random six character string", and only have a rating but no review itself. This in itself is strange for veteran Firefox users, considering that one of the requirements for leaving reviews was leaving a comment up until now. One example where you can see the new influx of reviews is the Adblock Plus

2017-03-19 14:44:43
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The best Amazon price trackers in 2017  

It is sometimes difficult to find the right time to make a purchase. If you have a budget for instance, you may want to make sure that the purchase is within its limits. You may also set upper limits for certain items even if your budget would allow you to pay a higher price for it but you don't need the item right away, or if you don't need it at all but would like to have it anyway if the price is right. This is where price tracking and notification services come into play. The following guide

2017-03-19 08:15:43
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Riot Isolator: privacy and security tool for Windows  

Riot Isolator is a free multi-purpose security and privacy tool for devices running Microsoft's Windows operating system. You may install the program on a Windows machine, or run it without installation. Please note that Riot Isolator requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.x or higher. The program interface itself lists the four main options Eraser, Toolbox, Unlocker and Network. Three of those, Eraser, Unlocker and Network, are single purpose tools. Toolbox on the other hand lists ten addition

2017-03-18 09:33:51
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Setting up CSF Firewall front end for IPTables  

Firewalls, commonly underused by home users yet probably one of the most important aspects of securing your machine; ever. Windows users have a HUGE array of options in front of them, but GNU/Linux isn't quite as flexible in terms of giving you a thousand and one options. Thankfully, there is the powerful IPTables firewall built into most systems. However, IPTables can be a daunting task for people to configure and learn how to use, thankfully there are front ends and other tools that can make...

2017-03-18 06:55:32
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Top 8 Things to do with a new Windows 10 System  

A fresh installed Windows 10 operating system, regardless of whether it is store-bought, an upgrade from an earlier version of Windows, or a reset of Window 10 machine, is a good opportunity to apply some useful tweaks and fixes to the operating system. While deep customization of Windows 10 depends largely on what you use the device for, there are certain tweaks and changes that are beneficial to the vast majority of users. Here are our recommendations when it comes to that. Note: It is recomme

2017-03-17 17:16:39
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shellNewSettings: remove Explorer new menu items  

ShellNewSettings is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices that allows you to remove items from the new menu of Explorer. The new menu of Windows Explorer may grow considerably over time. Microsoft ships the menu with a couple of entries already, for instance to create a new folder or plain text file. Third-party programs may add their own new handlers to the menu. While you may find some of those useful, others may sit idly in the menu for years without being used once in that time. Since

2017-03-17 13:08:36
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Twitch Desktop App: first look  

Popular  game streaming service Twitch revealed its new beta desktop client on March 16 for the Microsoft Windows operating system. First thing you will notice is that the client is quite large. The download has a size of about 80 Megabytes thanks to -- you guessed that one right -- Electron. Second thing worth noting is that you can use the client only if you sign in with a Twitch or Curse account, or create one. The Twitch web service does not have that limitation. The data that you enter doe...

2017-03-17 09:46:56
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Pwn2Own 2017: Windows, Ubuntu, Edge, Safari, Firefox exploited  

The tenth anniversary of the Pwn2Own gathering of hackers, Pwn2Own 2017, saw eleven teams attempt to exploit products across four categories. The products that teams were allowed to target this year included operating systems and web browsers, but also the new product categories Enterprise applications and server-side. Programs like Adobe Reader, and Apache Web Server, were added as targets by the Pwn2Own committee. The first two days of the conference have passed already, and they saw successfu

2017-03-17 06:44:13
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Microsoft blocks updates for new cpus on Windows 7 and 8.1  

Microsoft announced some time ago that new silicon as the company called it back then would not be officially supported on Windows 7 or 8.1. This meant basically that only Windows 10 would support Intel's, AMD's and Qualcomm's new processors, while Windows 7 or 8.1 would not. This does not mean that Windows 7 or 8.1 won't install on machines running these new processors, but that Microsoft (and the manufacturer) won't offer any form of support for those devices. A new support page on the Microso

2017-03-16 23:03:05
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PC Building Simulator for Windows and Linux  

PC Building Simulator is a game for Windows and Linux devices in which you simulate the building of desktop computer systems. Building PCs, as opposed to buying them out of the box, can be a very rewarding experience. Apart from gaining knowledge on how the PC works, it allows you to pick the components and layout that you want. The process can also be intimidating, especially if you have never built a PC before. Things can, and probably will, go wrong, and the worst that can happen is that comp

2017-03-16 15:23:55
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Ghacks Deals: Information Security Certification Training Bundle  

Interested in CISSP, CISM or CISA certification? The Information Security Certification Training Bundle offers all the information and knowledge to ace the certification. The eLearning bundle consists of the following three Certified Information training courses: Certified Information Systems Security Professional -- Immerse Yourself in Practice Materials for the CISSP, One of the Top Security Certifications on Earth Certified Information Security Manager -- Use Real Life Scenarios to Prepare

2017-03-16 13:22:27
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Don’t use Microsoft’s Security Update Guide (yet)  

Microsoft announced a while ago that it plans to do away with the two-decade old security bulletin release scheme, and switch over to the Security Update Guide service instead for update information. Planned for February 2017 initially, the change was postponed. We don't know why, but the postponing of security update releases for Windows and other Microsoft products in February may have had something to do with it. In March 2017, Microsoft released security bulletins as if the previous announce

2017-03-16 07:57:01
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Google Family Link for Android: more control over your kids devices  

Google Family Link is a new application for Android that gives you more control over the Android devices of your kids. This reads a bit like parental controls, and it is to a degree. The main idea behind the app is to give parents control over various aspects of their children's devices. Among other things, it allows parents to set a bedtime for the device, monitor the on-screen time, and manage the apps that kids can use. Before you get too excited, read about the requirements first. Family Lin

2017-03-16 05:43:39
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MoveQueue: move files efficiently on Windows  

MoveQueue is a free, handy program for Windows that helps you move files more efficiently, especially if you run move operations regularly. You can copy, move or cut files on Windows by default if you use Windows Explorer. If you happen to move files regularly to new destinations, you may have noticed that the operation can become quite time consuming. I run move and delete operations regularly on the download folder of a Windows PC that I use. The folder accumulates files quickly over time and

2017-03-15 14:49:17
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Linkmaker for Windows: create shortcuts and symbolic links  

Linkmaker is a free program for Microsoft's Windows operating system to create shortcut, symbolic links and NTFS hard links / junction points. While most Windows users know what shortcuts are, as they are exposed to shortcuts regularly on the desktop, on the taskbar or the Start Menu, symbolic links, hardlinks and junctions are not as commonly known. Symbolic links link to another path on the device that the operating system or applications that run on it follow. Hard links on the other hand can

2017-03-15 13:38:56
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Chrome 57: throttling of background tabs begins  

Google Chrome 57 is the first stable version of the web browser for the desktop that ships with the background tab throttling power optimization feature. Google announced back in January 2017 that its Chrome web browser would start to throttle expensive background pages in the near future. This change is now live in Chrome Stable. According to the new blog post on the official Chromium Blog, Chrome "will throttle individual background tabs by limiting the timer fire rate for background tabs usin

2017-03-15 05:47:56
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Intro to Customizing Vivaldi’s interface with CSS  

One of the strengths of the Vivaldi web browser is that anyone can customize the user interface using CSS. Customizing in this context means more than what the browser preferences provides you with. Basically, what it allows you to do is make fundamental changes to the web browser's UI. This intro to customizing Vivaldi's interface with CSS guide walks you through the first steps. It explains how to prepare the web browser for that, where you find the CSS files to edit, and how to find out what

2017-03-15 04:23:07
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Microsoft Security Updates March 2017 release  

Our Microsoft Security Updates March 2017 overview informs you about Windows and other Microsoft product updates the company released this month. Microsoft postponed all February 2017 security releases. You can read more about it here. The only security update Microsoft released in February 2017 was for the built-in Adobe Flash Player version. Microsoft released security and non-security updates for supported client and server-based Windows operating systems, and other company products today. In

2017-03-14 17:58:51
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Top Firefox Add-ons, and their WebExtensions Status  

The following article looks at a list of top Firefox add-ons, and checks whether those add-ons are available as WebExtensions already, or are planned to be released as WebExtensions. Top Firefox add-ons in this context means the following: first page of add-ons on Mozilla AMO based on user count, user rating, and featured. Mozilla plans to drop legacy add-on support with the release of Firefox 57. While legacy add-ons will live on for a while in Firefox ESR and development builds of the browser,

2017-03-14 07:46:55
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Ghacks Deals: ITIL with Project Management, Agile, and Scrum  

ITIL with Project Management, Agile, and Scrum is a training eLearning bundle that prepares you for the following project management certifications: Project Management Professional (PMP) PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) Agile Scrum The courses are designed for users of all experience levels. Each includes a certification of completion, printable study guides, and you will also be able to experiment in labs, and use other activities provided. Click here to open the ITIL with Project

2017-03-14 06:21:43
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Firefox 55: Geolocation requires secure origin  

Mozilla plans to make a change to Geolocation in Firefox 55 that would block requests automatically if they come from non-secure origins. Geolocation, broken down to its core, refers to technologies that allow sites and applications to determine a user's position in the world. This can be useful when mapping services are used among other things (show me where I'm, auto-filling of the current location). Many sites, not only mapping services but also shopping sites, or multi-lingual sites, use Geo

2017-03-14 04:55:56
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Skype for Chrome with Gmail, Outlook, Twitter integration  

Microsoft published an update for the company's Skype extension for Google Chrome that introduces Gmail, Outlook and Twitter integration. The browser extension has a so-so rating on the Google Chrome web store. This can be attributed mostly to the fact that it is probably not what users expect it to be when they installed the extension. All the extension did up until now was to allow you to use share functionality to share sites you visited with Skype contacts. The only other feature was to laun

2017-03-13 18:26:53
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NetCrunch Network Tools for Windows  

NetCrunch Network Tools is a free collection of networking related applications for devices running Microsoft's Windows operating system. The application is available for free, but you need to sign in to an account before you can use it. You may use some third-party services for that, or create an account directly within the software. While you are asked to enter an email address and other information, nothing appears to be verified at this point in time. The application itself has been designed

2017-03-13 12:42:16
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Adguard website: Download Windows and Office ISO images  

Adguard is a third-party web service that allows you to download Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office ISO images from Microsoft services directly. Microsoft makes it quite difficult for the average user to download ISO images of Windows or Office. While you can grab some ISOs from Microsoft directly, it gets quite complicated if you need ISO images of older Microsoft products. One of the better options to get those is provided by the Windows ISO Downloader program for Windows. You may use the

2017-03-13 08:33:27
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Waterfox dev has big plans for the browser  

The developer of the Firefox-based Waterfox web browser revealed today on Reddit how he plans to to deal with the changes Mozilla makes to Firefox. When Mozilla announced the deprecation of the legacy Firefox add-on system, and the focus on WebExtensions, it was clear that any browser based on Firefox needed to come up with a plan going forward. The lead developer of Cyberfox made the decision to put the browser to rest. He plans to migrate the browser to Firefox's Extended Release channel, and

2017-03-13 06:11:25
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PaleMoon team looking for a new FossaMail maintainer  

A recent post by Moonchild, lead developer of PaleMoon and FossaMail, indicates that he is looking for a new maintainer for FossaMail. FossaMail is an open source messaging program (email, chat and news) that is based on Mozilla's Thunderbird email client. Unlike Thunderbird, FossaMail uses Pale Moon's browser core as the backend, so that it depends more on the browser and not on Firefox. While it offers features similar to Thunderbird, it is been optimized just like Pale Moon has been optimized

2017-03-12 09:52:54
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Grab 8GB worth of songs from the SXSW 2017 Festival  

The SXSW music festival is a long standing event at which hundreds of artists perform each year to festival goers. Music is also made available on the SXSW website, and it is also made available as one huge torrent package each year. We talked about this back in 2012 in Download More Than 35 Gigabyte Of Free SXSW Festival Music already. A torrent is created each year featuring songs that artists performed during the festival. The archive dates back to 2005, and the most recent torrent just got u

2017-03-12 06:38:29
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Firefox, Chrome, IE, Safari memory performance in 2017  

Mozilla Firefox with its multi-process architecture enabled is still the web browser with the best memory performance according to Mozilla. Our own memory benchmarks saw Firefox lead the pack in 2012 and 2014 when we compared the browser's memory usage against Chrome, Opera and Internet Explorer on Windows. Mozilla did run tests of its own last year, and ran them again this year with multi-process versions of the browser. Multi-process architecture separates the browser from content processes in

2017-03-11 13:13:29
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Remember: Windows Vista support ends next month  

Microsoft plans to end the extended support for its operating system Windows Vista next month so that no further security updates will be released for the OS. The client Windows lifecycle sheet on Microsoft's website lists April 11, 2017 as the end of support. Microsoft will release security patches for Windows Vista on that day, and stop support for the operating system afterwards. Windows Vista mainstream support, support that may add new features, drivers, and support for new technologies to

2017-03-11 07:40:50
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Quickly list recent files opened by Windows Programs  

Windows 10 users may use a native feature of the operating system to list recently opened files of Windows programs. Windows maintains a list of recently opened files, and the operating system and programs may use the information to list these files for quick access. Programs like Recent File Seeker, Recent Files View or Piles, are designed to list recent files, and they work better than having to scan the Registry manually to find the information. While these programs work really well, you some

2017-03-10 21:17:26
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SeaMonkey, Thunderbird to join forces after Firexit?  

SeaMonkey and Thunderbird developers may join forces to ensure continued development after Mozilla cuts the ties to the projects (Firefox Exit, FirExit) Mozilla announced back in December 2015 that it wants to cut the tie to Thunderbird completely. Mozilla's core reason for doing so at the time was that Firefox developers were held back because they had to make sure that nothing would be introduced during development of the browser that would render the email client Thunderbird inoperable. Thund

2017-03-10 13:50:24
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Wallpaper Engine review  

Wallpaper Engine is an early access application on Steam that enables you to create, display, and share customer static and animated wallpapers. I stumbled upon Wallpaper Engine while browsing the top sellers on Steam. The app was listed there next to games, and that got me interested as it takes quite a bit of sales to be featured there. First of all, Wallpaper Engine is not free. It is available for $3.99 as an early access title. The application works really well for early access software, an

2017-03-10 11:22:19
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Nvidia Driver 378.78 big DirectX 12 improvements  

Nvidia released a new driver for GeForce video cards yesterday that bumps the version to 378.78 and improves DX12 performance significantly. The new video card driver ships with three core improvements; namely, DirectX 12 optimizations, support for the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, and Game Ready support for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. The driver includes several fixes furthermore that may be of interest as well. The three main features are limited to certain user groups though. DirectX 12 is onl

2017-03-10 06:31:10
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Playable ads coming to Windows 10  

Microsoft revealed the new playable ads advertisement option on the Windows Dev Center blog today that developers can take advantage of. A preview of the Playable Ads feature launched today in the Windows Dev Center. If you have never heard of the term before, you are probably wondering how the ad format differs from other ad types already available for developers on Windows 10. Regular advertisement for apps right now usually consists of a text or image link that leads to Windows Store. Users m

2017-03-09 20:31:59
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Deal of the Week: Zoolz Dual Cloud 2TB Storage Lifetime for $49.99  

Need some online storage space? By a company that has been around since 2010? 2 Terabytes of online storage, for life and a very, very good price? Then this deal is for you. Zoolz Dual Cloud 2TB Storage is a new deal on Ghacks Deals that gets you 2 Terabytes of online storage space divided into 1 Terabyte of instant backup space, and 1 Terabyte of archive backup space. The core difference between the two is that instant backup space is always instantly available. Archive Backup space uses cold

2017-03-09 17:05:18
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Firefox: Legacy add-on, or WebExtension? How to find out  

So, by now you have probably heard that a major change is coming this year to the Firefox add-on ecosystem. In a nutshell, Mozilla will scrap all legacy add-ons and move the add-on system exclusively to WebExtensions. The net effect is that legacy add-ons won't work anymore when the change comes -- it is planed for Firefox 57 which Mozilla plans to release in November 2017. Firefox 52.x ESR will support legacy add-ons until at least the next release cycle, so at least until early 2018. One of th

2017-03-09 14:46:52
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Help us test the new Ghacks theme  

You have probably read about it already: we are planing to release a new theme for Ghacks soon. Since this is a rather delicate thing to do, not only to avoid angering or irritating users of the site, but also making sure that functionality is retained, that everything loads fine, that there are not any breaking issues, and that the site will do fine SEO-wise just like before, it is important to test the new theme thoroughly before release. I'd like to ask you to give it a try, and let me know w

2017-03-09 11:38:55
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Microsoft releases yet another botched driver (WPD)  

Reports are starting to come in that Microsoft released -- yet another -- mysterious driver for the Windows operating system. The driver, Microsoft - WPD - 2/22/2016 12:00:00 AM - 5.2.5326.4762, has been released for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10. At least some users are reporting issues with the drivers, from failed installations to mobile devices no longer being recognized by the Windows machine the update was installed on. We don't know much about the update; the update is rele...

2017-03-09 09:22:52
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Notepad++ 7.3.3 update fixes CIA vulnerability  

The developers of the popular third-party text editor Notepad++ released version 7.3.3 which fixes a vulnerability found in the leaked Vault 7 files. Wikileaks started to release so-called Vault 7 files the other day; a cache of confidential documents on the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. A list of popular software programs was found among the information that the CIA used to target computer systems. Fine Dining documents, Fine Dining is the codename for the operation, list 24 popular applica

2017-03-09 05:15:25
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Unlock and delete locked files and folders with ThisIsMyFile  

ThisIsMyFile is a free portable program for devices running Microsoft's Windows operating system that allows you to delete or unlock locked files or folders. Locked files or folders is a issue that you may encounter from time to time when you are working on a Windows device. This may happen when you try to delete files, move them, rename them, or perform other operations that change the file's state or content in a way. The explanation why a file or folder is locked may be obvious, for instance

2017-03-08 18:12:42
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The death of Classic Theme Restorer for Firefox  

The Classic Theme Restorer add-on for Firefox will stop working when Mozilla releases Firefox 57.0 Stable, and Firefox 59.0 ESR. Classic Theme Restorer was developed as a direct response to Mozilla refreshing Firefox with the Australis theme release in Firefox 29. The add-on allows Firefox users to restore many theme features that Mozilla removed and changed with the Australis launch, or introduced with it. The extension grew quickly, and features an immense set of features and tweaks nowadays t

2017-03-08 14:14:30
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WebCatalog: install and run web apps natively  

WebCatalog is a free cross-platform desktop program that allows you to install and run web applications natively on the device. Depending on how you use your computers and the Internet, much of your digital life may happen already on the Web and no longer on your devices. You may run email, chat, file hosting, media and other services in your browser of choice, and no longer as desktop programs. The idea to move those services back to the desktop is not entirely new. There have been attempts in

2017-03-08 07:10:37
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Windows 10: turn off ads in File Explorer  

Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system differs in several regards from previous versions. It is the last version of Windows according to Microsoft, was offered as a free upgrade to existing license holders, and its core powers not only desktop PCs but also the company's Xbox, mobiles, and other devices. Advertisement in Windows is not an entirely new concept, but it is being pushed in Windows 10 like never before. Ads have been spotted on the lockscreen, the start menu, the share menu, and the

2017-03-08 04:30:39
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Ghacks Deals: Ethical Hacking A to Z Bundle  

Ethical Hacking A to Z Bundle is a large, eight courses containing, eLearning bundle that is all about, well, ethical hacking. The eight courses that are included in the bundle are: Certified Ethical Hacker Bootcamp for 2017 -- Break Into a Career As An Ethical Hacker by Prepping for the Certified Ethical Hacker Exam A to Z Ethical Hacking Course -- Learn Ethical Hacking, From Basics to Advanced Skills Complete Ethical Hacking / Penetration Testing Course -- Discover the Art of Penetration Tes

2017-03-07 20:08:46
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Cyberfox author proclaims death of web browser  

Toady, the lead developer of Cyberfox proclaimed the death of the web browser in an article entitled Cyberfox and its future direction. Cyberfox is a Firefox-based browser that is available as processor-specific builds, in classic and Australis styles. It ships with additional features built-in to the browser, but is compatible mostly with Firefox. Cyberfox, and other Firefox-based browsers like Pale Moon or Waterfox, came to prominence by offering optimized builds, especially for 64-bit version

2017-03-07 17:14:43
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Opera Developer 45 with WhatsApp Messenger integration  

Opera Software continues its work on project reborn, a redesign of the Opera web browser that is less platform-specific, and more modern. One of the main features of Opera Developer 44, the first version of the browser that shipped with first bits of the new design, was integration of Facebook Messenger directly in the web browser. Disabled by default, Facebook Messenger support means that Facebook users may sign in to their account using Opera to use the functionality that the web version of Fa

2017-03-07 16:06:30
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Samsung Internet browser for Android  

Samsung Internet is a new web browser for Google Android devices that Samsung released as a beta preview version today to the Google Play store. You can download and install the web browser on Android devices running version 5.0 or higher. The browser is not limited to Samsung's own line of devices, but should install fine on the majority of Android devices. It did install fine on a Xiaomi Mi 4c for instance. Samsung notes however that only Samsung Galaxy and Google Nexus phones are officially s

2017-03-07 13:41:53
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Firefox 52.0 released: find out what is new  

Mozilla Firefox 52.0 Stable was released on March 7, 2017 to the public through the web browser's automatic update functionality, and on Mozilla's website. Note: Firefox 52.0 is being rolled out on March 7, 2017. The release is already on Mozilla's FTP server, but may not be yet available through automatic updating. All Firefox users and interested Internet users will have access to the release at the end of the day. The new version of Firefox is a major release for several reasons. First, it is

2017-03-07 09:33:41
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Mozilla updating Firefox preferences  

Mozilla is working on an updated version of the preferences in the Firefox web browser to remove inconsistencies and improve the user experience. The Firefox preferences page allows users to modify various important browser settings such as the homepage, update behavior, or search engines. The page has not changed all that much in the last couple of years. In fact, the last two changes date back years. Mozilla did remove some options including the ability to turn off JavaScript from the preferen

2017-03-07 06:16:10
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Kvetka: view, analyze online chess games  

Kvetka is a free portable program for Microsoft Windows operating system devices that enables you to view and analyze online chess games. If you like to play chess online, or view matches online on various chess websites, then you may have noticed that it is often not that comfortable to watch the game. This comes down mostly to the sites offering limited playback functionality. Many players use boards of their own next to the computer to follow the matches, but that is not always the best optio

2017-03-06 21:08:31
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Firefox’s new WebExtensions permission system  

Mozilla plans to turn on a permissions system for the installation of WebExtensions in the Firefox web browser that is similar to that of Google Chrome. Whenever you install an extension in Google Chrome, all of the extra permissions that the extension requests are listed in the installation prompt. The idea is to provide users with information on these extra permissions, so that abusive extensions can be avoided. The main issue with the permissions system is that most users are probably ignorin

2017-03-06 15:05:05
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NoScript 5.0 add-on for Firefox released  

NoScript 5.0, a popular script blocker (and more) for Firefox has just been released to the public after two release candidate build releases. NoScript is the main reason why I'm still using Firefox as my main web browser, and not another browser. The browser add-on is a script blocker first and foremost. It blocks any script from running on sites you visit, unless you whitelist them. The approach makes it one of the best add-ons from a security point of view, but means that you will have to adj

2017-03-06 12:25:11
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How to edit PDF documents for free  

The following guide provides you with information on how to edit PDF documents using tools that are available for free online or as desktop programs. The PDF file format, originally created by Adobe, is a popular format for a wide variety of documents from presentations and invoices over forms and legal documents, to comics and books. One of the main appeals of the format is that it preserves the original formatting, and that PDF documents can be loaded on desktop and mobile devices, as well as

2017-03-06 11:43:36
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Hybrid: cross-platform video converter  

Hybrid is a cross-platform video converter frontend for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows that utilizes various tools to convert multimedia files. There are plenty of tools out there that you may use to convert video files. We have reviewed a bunch of them over the years including THandbrake, using VLC, MeGUI, Handbrake, or Super Simple Video Converter. While you can play nearly any file on the computer, provided you got the right player or codec installed, formats are usually more restricted when it

2017-03-06 07:59:34
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Mozilla launches Firefox Containers TestPilot experiment  

Mozilla launched a new TestPilot project for the Firefox web browser yesterday that brings Containers to all versions of the web browser. We talked about the web browser's Containers functionality before in our first look of the feature back in mid 2016. Containers look a lot like Firefox profiles on first glance, but they are different in several characteristics. One of the main differences is that containers run under the same profile. While they do separate certain kinds of data when used, ot

2017-03-05 08:07:31
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LongoMatch open source video analysis tool  

LongoMatch is an open source cross-platform sports video analysis program that supports real-time and post-recording analysis. The open source version of LongoMatch is available for Windows, Mac OS X and various Linus distributions. It requires that you download and install a codec pack as well, as it is required for some of the application's functionality. The company behind the product, Fluendo, created a Pro version of the application as well for commercial use. The Pro version supports a ran

2017-03-05 07:20:47
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Folder Options X: enable hidden Windows Explorer settings  

Folder Options X is a free, long standing, program for Windows devices that you may use to enable several hidden Windows Explorer settings. The program was designed initially for Windows 7, to bring back several Windows Vista Windows Explorer settings that Microsoft hid when it released Windows 7. Folder Options X works under newer versions of Windows equally well however, so that you may run it on a Windows 8.x or Windows 10 device. The program needs to be installed first on the target PC befor

2017-03-04 11:19:08
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Dmoz Directory to shut down on March 14, 2017  

Dmoz, one of the longest standing, human curated, directories on the Internet will be shut down for good on March 14, 2017. Directories played a huge part in the early days of the Internet, especially if they were curated by companies or volunteers. There were several reasons for that. First, because search engines were not all that good in the days. Dmoz dates back to a time were Google did not exist yet, and Netscape fought it out against the dominating Internet Explorer browser. Yes, Opera wa

2017-03-04 08:15:16
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AndreaMosaic: mosaic creation software  

AndreaMosaic is a free cross-platform mosaic creation software that is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux devices. The Windows version is compatible with all versions of Windows from Windows 2000 onward including Windows 7 and Windows 10. It is offered as a portable version or installer. If you download the portable version, you will notice that it is offered as a self-extracting archive. Please note that it won't extract the files to a root directory unless you change the target manually

2017-03-04 06:59:38
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Meteor: mobile and app speed test for Android  

Meteor - App Speed Test is a free application for Google Android devices that tests the mobile connection speed and indicates how well popular apps will run with those speeds. Most mobile benchmark applications do the same thing: they test the ping, upload and download speed, and may use several servers for that located in different regions of the world. While that is great for a quick rundown on the devices connectivity at that point in time, the usefulness of many of these benchmark applicatio

2017-03-03 18:52:47
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WinDataReflector: file synchronization with visual comparison  

WinDataReflector is a free portable file synchronization software with visual comparison feature for Microsoft's Windows operating system. The program is offered as a portable version that you can run from any location. The program is tab-based, and differentiates between backup and synchronization tasks. The core difference between the two options is the following: Backup copies files from the source path to the target path, and that is about it. Synchronize supports two-way syncing between the

2017-03-03 14:18:38
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Vivaldi 1.8: browsing history redesign  

Vivaldi 1.8 will ship with a new browsing history design that is easier to use and offers additional information that users may find useful. Browsing history pages are boring in most browsers. They offer a chronological listing of pages visited in the browser, and a search / filter option. Most list the visited sites as text, while some prefer to display them as thumbnails instead. The most recent version of the Vivaldi web browser, version 1.8.770.9, a development snapshot of the upcoming Vival

2017-03-03 09:24:10
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Hackr.io: search engine for coding courses and tutorials  

Hackr.io is an online search engine designed specifically to find online coding courses and tutorials in virtually any programming language that exists. While you can use any search engine out there to find plenty of programming courses and tutorials, or use YouTube or other video hosting sites for that, a great list of courses and tutorials may be more to your liking. That's what Hackr.io offers basically. The front page lists some of the languages and topics that it supports. You may dive righ

2017-03-03 07:52:18
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Smaller Windows updates thanks to differential packages  

Microsoft began to roll out its new Unified Update Platform last year, first on mobile and then for Windows 10 Insider Builds as well. One of the advantages of the platform was the use of differential update packages. This meant, all in all, that update packages would be a lot smaller going forward. While updates are released regularly for retail versions of Windows 10, the advantages of differential update packages become visible the most when feature updates are released. Microsoft notes that

2017-03-03 06:57:33
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Ghacks Deals: The Complete Linux Mastery Bundle (97% off)  

The Complete Linux Mastery Bundle contains six courses that teach you various aspects of Linux, operating systems and related topics. The courses concentrate on Linux in the Enterprise, and here specifically on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Two courses cover Linux V7 (Essentials and System Administration), two courses embedded Linux and Linux device driver programming. The remaining two courses cover operating systems in general, and JavaScript programming. Linux V7 Essentials -- Introduce Yoursel

2017-03-02 14:14:31
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Run color blindness tests on your websites  

Color blindness affects a large percentage of the population. Studies have shown that up to 8% of males and 0.5% of females of Northern European heritage are affected by red-green color blindness for instance. The ability to distinguish between colors gets worse with age as well. As a webmaster, you may want to make sure that your site is accessible to visitors with color blindness, or difficulties distinguishing certain color patterns. This gives those users a better experience on your site, an

2017-03-02 13:29:30
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Security issues found in nine password managers for Android (LastPass, Dashlane..)  

Security researchers of the Fraunhofer Institute found severe security issues in nine password managers for Android that they analyzed as part of their research. Password managers are a popular option when it comes to storing authentication information. All promise secure storage either locally or remotely, and some may add other features to the mix such as password generation, automatic sign ins, or the saving of important data such as Credit Card numbers or Pins. A recent study by the Fraunhof

2017-03-02 07:48:41
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Malwarebytes 3.0.6 Component Update 1.0.75 fixes issues  

Malwarebytes released a component update for Malwarebytes 3.0.6 that updates the Component Package to version 1.0.75 fixing several long-standing issues along the way. The new update, updates the previously release preview of the component package of the software. All users, regardless of whether they have installed the preview update or not, should receive the component package update to version 1.0.75 through the software's automatic updating functionality. The latest version is already offere

2017-03-02 06:41:37
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Evie Launcher: fast Android launcher with search  

Evie Launcher is a free launcher application for Android that is fast, and equipped with powerful search and notification options. Launcher applications for Android are designed to improve the user experience in several ways. They help you find and launch apps or system features fast, but may offer additional features on top of that which may help you get more productive, or do things faster. They may support running Internet searches for instance, look up contacts, display notifications to you,

2017-03-02 06:39:51
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Windows 10 Creators Update: No automatic restarts after updates anymore  

Microsoft just announced a major change in regards to how updates are delivered once the Windows 10 Creators Update is installed on a machine. The update to Windows Update prompts users, giving them options to schedule the update for a specific date and time, or to postpone the update for three days straight. The main idea behind the new options is to avoid situations where Windows Update restarts a PC automatically. Automatic updates are convenient, but the Internet is filled with user complain

2017-03-01 19:54:22
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Onionshare: secure file transfers using Tor  

Onionshare is a free open source program for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux that enables you to transfer files security using Tor. File sharing has not changed all that much in the past ten or so years. You can send files to other users in various ways: using email, (s)ftp, file sharing services, or online storage services. There are a couple of other options such as sharing files using USB storage devices and face to face exchanges. It is difficult to transfer files securely. You could encrypt fil

2017-03-01 16:42:09
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Download maps with Map Puzzle  

Map Puzzle is a free portable program for Windows to download maps from Google, Bing and several other public mapping services. While you can open several public mapping services at all times if the device you are using is connected to the Internet, you sometimes may want map data to be available offline. Maybe because you are traveling to a foreign country and don't have Internet there right away or at all, or maybe you are somewhere where Internet reception is bad, or not available at all. Dow

2017-03-01 13:36:50
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SysGauge: free system and performance monitor  

SysGauge is a free system and performance monitor for all recent versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system that offers an impressive set of features. The program is developed by Flexsense, a company known for high quality products such as the free hard drive management tool DiskBoss, the file change monitor DiskPulse, or the duplicate file finder DupScout. SysGauge is available as a free download for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. It runs on all client versions of Windows from W

2017-03-01 08:30:51
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BackTrack Tab History add-on for Firefox  

BackTrack Tab History is an add-on for the Firefox web browser that copies history from tabs when you open links in new tabs. All modern web browsers support tab-specific histories. What is meant by that is that they record a certain number of sites that were opened in a tab in the past. This provides users with options to go back to a previously opened site using the back button, and also navigate ahead again using the forward button. The history is not copied however when links are opened in a

2017-03-01 07:32:37
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Harden Windows with Hard Configurator  

Hard Configurator is a free program for Microsoft Windows operating systems that you may use to harden the operating system and manage software restriction policies. it is a good idea from a security point of view to harden an operating system after installation or on first run. One idea behind hardening the system is to restrict services or features that you don't require, another to lock down certain features to improve security. You may do so using built-in tools or the Windows Registry. Hard

2017-02-28 20:25:13
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