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Video Speed Controller for Firefox  

Video Speed Controller is a Firefox add-on that adds shortcuts to the web browser that you may activate to control the playback speed of HTML5 videos on sites like YouTube and others. Sometimes, you may want to slow down or speed up a video playing in the browser. Increasing the speed of a video may be useful if you watch a presentation, tutorial or other content that is slow-paced, and decreasing the speed may be useful if you want to look at a scene or video in detail. Some sites and browsers

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2018-04-15 07:07:37

Back to Basics Part 6 -- Using the ip command in GNU/Linux for beginners  

For years, people used the ifconfig tool to handle their command line IP / network interface related tasks. However, ifconfig is long dead, and has since been replaced with the IP tool, although it will take users some time to make the total switch, as ip is considerably more powerful than ifconfig was. This tutorial is geared to users who are not quite absolute CLI beginners, but are ready to start getting their toes wet when dealing with networking and interfaces. IP Command in Linux Getting

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2018-04-15 05:48:30

Avoid Google Maps with GNOME Maps on GNU/Linux  

So, it's not really any secret nowadays, that Google saves pretty well anything you ever do using their services. It's also no secret nowadays, that many people try and avoid using Google services, and would prefer to use alternatives to many of their popular tools, such as Google Maps. Sometimes, alternatives are available that provide similar functionality, Startpage for search or another email provider for your email needs. As far as Google Maps is concerned, it is a great product but the...

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2018-04-14 05:36:57

Why I'm using multiple web browsers  

I get asked frequently about the web browser that I use and I usually answer that I use them all. While that is a bit exaggerated, there is some truth to that. Let me explain. I work with multiple web browsers throughout the day. I used to do all things in the Firefox browser using profiles, but switched to using multiple web browsers instead. Here is my setup: I have Firefox Stable and Nightly, Opera, Vivaldi, Google Chrome Stable and Canary, Chromium, Pale Moon, Waterfox, Internet Explorer and

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2018-04-13 14:25:09

Opera teases upcoming R2 announcement  

Opera Software revealed yesterday that it will make an announcement soon about something the company just calls R2 at the moment. The announcement on the Opera blog reveals little about what R2 could actually be, and the official R2 page on the Opera website does not reveal anything of substance either. Interested users can sign up on the R2 page to be among the first to be invited to the R2 online event. The entire message on the Opera blog reads: Hello, Some of you may have spotted our new we

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2018-04-13 10:26:15

Enable the Ultimate Power Plan on Windows 10 Pro or Home  

Microsoft announced in February of 2018 that the upcoming Windows 10 Pro for Workstations version would get a unique power scheme called Ultimate Performance. Windows 10 Pro for Workstations is a special version of Windows 10 designed specifically for high-end tasks and applications that require lots of RAM and processors. To distinguish Windows 10 Pro for Workstations from the consumer-orientated Windows 10 Pro, Microsoft revealed that Windows 10 Pro for Workstations would support features that

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2018-04-13 09:44:57

Mozilla starts to enable TLS 1.3 on Firefox Stable  

Eagle-eyed Firefox users and administrators may have noticed that Mozilla dropped a new system add-on on systems running the stable version of Firefox recently. First spotted by Bleeping Computer creator Lawrence Abrams, the add-on's only purpose is to enable support for TLS 1.3, the next major Transport Layer Security protocol version. TLS 1.3 is considered to be faster and more secure than previous versions of the protocol. The new protocol version was finalized on March 21, 2018 and it needs

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2018-04-13 03:49:58

Ghacks Deals: The Complete 2018 Learn to Code Bundle (Price Drop)  

The Complete 2018 Learn to Code Bundle is a big programming bundle that teaches you various programming languages and skills. The bundle had a price drop to $34.99 recently, and you can get another 15% off by using the coupon code LEARNTOCODE15. All courses of the bundle are designed for users of all experience levels and access is granted for lifetime. The following courses are included: Complete Java Masterclass -- Master Java 8 & 9 Core Development Step-by-Step (72 hours worth of content!)

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2018-04-13 03:07:02

TabWalk for Firefox: move between recently active tabs quickly  

TabWalk is a new browser extension for the Firefox web browser to switch to recently active tabs quickly with the help of keyboard shortcuts. The extension is developed by Giorgio Maone, best know as the creator of the Firefox extension NoScript. The Firefox web browser supports several tab navigation options to improve the workflow of users. Firefox users can use Ctrl-1 to Ctrl-8 to switch to one of the first eight tabs, or Ctrl-9 to jump to the very last tab open in the active browser window.

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2018-04-12 15:56:12

New InSpectre release reveals if microcode updates are available  

We reviewed the InSpectre application by Gibson Research when it first came out in January 2018. The program checked whether Meltdown or Spectre patches were installed on the Windows machine and gave an estimate on the performance impact those patched had on the system. Microsoft released a security update for Windows in January to address some of the issues associated with the vulnerabilities. The company published instructions on finding out if Windows PCs were affected by Spectre or Meltdown;

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2018-04-12 11:25:41

CloneApp: backup Windows program settings  

CloneApp 2.0 is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices to back up preferences, settings and other data of supported applications. Windows users have access to plenty of backup programs to back up individual folders, partitions or the entire system. A full system backup includes data of installed programs and program files but it is probably not the best solution if you just want to restore program preferences or a previous state of a program. It works, but it will roll back any other chang

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2018-04-12 09:32:12

Catfish File Search for GNU/Linux  

In previous articles, I've discussed how to search for files through other means, like using the command line, but I thought I'd give a quick review of the GUI search tool, Catfish. Catfish is an extremely powerful, and yet extremely simplistic Gtk+ based graphical tool that utilizes multiple technologies already likely in your system, to complete its searches; locate and find, and utilizes zeitgeist for search suggestions. Sometimes, I really and truthfully just don't feel like popping open a t

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2018-04-12 05:18:31

How to change Steam Privacy settings  

Valve Software announced a major change to privacy settings on Steam today that improves user privacy for all users of the gaming platform. Steam users may select now who has got access to their profile, game details and inventory but the most important part of the announcement is one that Valve did not mention explicitly; the company switched the visibility of all Steam profiles to "friends only". While that is without a doubt great for privacy, it does mean that useful services such as Steam S

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2018-04-11 12:52:27

A Look at Solus 3 Budgie, GNU/Linux Distribution  

The last time I tried Solus, it was still in its infancy stages, and it wasn't to my tastes really. I had been thinking of which Linux distro to take a look at next, and I wanted to pick something that wasn't based off Debian / Ubuntu / Arch / Gentoo / OpenSUSE or any of the majors, so I decided to give Solus 3 a try, being a completely independent distro - And it wasn't bad. Installation The Solus 3 installer, is actually probably the nicest I have used yet, and made the process of over...

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2018-04-11 09:06:44

YouTube Container for Firefox isolates YouTube in the browser  

YouTube Container is a free extension for the Firefox web browser that isolates YouTube domains that you open in the web browser from the rest to improve privacy. The extension is a fork of Facebook Containers, an official extension for Firefox by Mozilla that isolates Facebook from the rest of the browsing activity to improve user privacy and limit tracking. Note: Just like Facebook Containers, YouTube Containers requests access to data for all websites even though it appears to be active only

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2018-04-11 06:21:48

DoNotSpy10 4.0: new privacy settings and PUP offer  

DoNotSpy10 is the latest version of the popular privacy tool for Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system that gives users control over many privacy-related features of the operating system. It is a long standing privacy program for Windows 10 which was one of the first to provide that kind of functionality. Our first review of DoNotSpy dates back to 2015, the year Windows 10 was released, our second when version 3.0 of DoNotSpy was released for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Attent

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2018-04-11 04:14:57

Microsoft Windows Security Updates April 2018 release overview  

Welcome to our monthly overview of Microsoft's Windows security updates. We provide you with full details of all released security and non-security updates for Windows and other Microsoft products. Check out the executive summary at the top if you are in a hurry, or go through the list of released updates and click on the links that point to Microsoft's Knowledgebase to look up additional information. The overview includes the vulnerability distribution per client and server operating system, as

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2018-04-10 17:40:56

Ghacks Deals: Zoolz Cloud Storage: Lifetime of 2TB Storage  

The new Zoolz Cloud Storage offer on Ghacks Deals gets you lifetime access to a total of 2 Terabyte of online storage space divided into 1 Terabyte of instant vault space and another Terabyte of cold storage space for the low price of $49.99 instead of the regular price of $550 per year. Sounds crazy? Yes, it is. The main difference between instant vault space and cold storage space is that the latter takes between three to five hours to retrieve and is therefore best suited for pushing archive

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2018-04-10 14:21:24

Firefox 61 will block FTP subresources  

Mozilla plans to disable support for FTP subresources (subresource requests) in the stable version of Firefox 61. Firefox 61 will be released on June 26, 2018 to the stable channel according to the Firefox release schedule. FTP subresource requests are made on web pages that are loaded in the web browser. This includes requests using script and iframe requests that point to FTP resources. HTTP and HTTPS webpages may reference FTP resources just like other HTTP or HTTPS resources may be reference

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2018-04-10 12:27:59

The ultimate Google Chrome Zoom guide  

Google Chrome supports native zoom functionality that users of the browser may utilize to change the size of text and media elements such as images on webpages. Chrome's zoom capabilities can be divided into two core features: changing the size of text and media content on a single webpage or on all webpages. Zooming can be very useful. Visually impaired users may use zoom functionality to increase the text size on all webpages and it may also be used to increase or decrease the size of individu

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2018-04-10 08:48:20

Run the original Windows File Manager on modern Windows PCs  

Microsoft released the source code and compiled builds of the original Windows File Manager and a modified version with additional functionality to the public recently. Introduced in Windows 3.0 the File Manager allowed Windows users to manage files more efficiently. It supported operations such as browsing, searching, copying, moving, executing, or deleting, and was the predecessor of Windows Explorer and File Explorer that Windows users use today on their machines. The NT version of File Manag

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2018-04-10 05:18:02

Avast Secure Browser review  

Avast Secure Browser is a free Chromium-based web browser by security company Avast that is advertised as private, fast, and secure on the official download site. The web browser is the official successor of Avast SafeZone Browser which Avast discontinued some time ago to focus development on the new browser. We will take a close look at the web browser in our review; you will learn about installation and use, functionality that it provides, and whether the fast, secure and private promise is ke

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2018-04-09 12:49:05

Another wave of spam add-ons hits Mozilla Firefox AMO  

When you list available extensions for the Firefox browser based on recency right now on Mozilla AMO, the official Mozilla Add-ons repository store, you will stumble upon a list of extensions that promise free 4K streams of popular movies such as Ready Player One, Black Panther, Avengers Infinity War, or Pacific Rim Uprising. The Firefox extensions appear to have been uploaded by different accounts that have been created today. The title and description is nearly identical, and the only part tha

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2018-04-09 08:02:43

Handbrake 1.1.0: major video converter update  

Handbrake is a popular open source cross-platform video converter that you may use to convert video files and DVD and Blu-Ray media without encryption from one format to another. We reviewed Handbrake in 2007 for the first time here on Ghacks, and followed development of the video converter since that time. The developers released the major milestone Handbrake 1.0 in 2016, and today another major update. One of Handbrake's major features is support for conversion presets which are designed to co

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2018-04-09 07:22:39

WizFile is an ultra-fast Windows Search tool  

WizFile is a free portable search program for Microsoft Windows devices to find files stored on the device it is run on quickly. Windows Search has never been great when it comes to finding local files quickly. It is rather slow, requires indexing, and there is always that slight delay before search starts. Third-party programs like Everything, FileSearchy, UltraSearch or SwiftSearch were designed to address the shortcomings of Windows Search; WizFile, created by one of my favorite software deve

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2018-04-09 04:50:40

Magnify text you write with BigType  

BigType is a free portable accessibility software for Microsoft Windows devices that magnifies text you write automatically using a magnifier window. Visually impaired computer users have a couple of tools and options at their disposal to improve the display of text on the devices they use. They may be able to change the font size globally or in specific programs, or use helper applications like magnifiers to improve readability. BigType magnifies text you write BigType is one of those helper a

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2018-04-08 14:25:26

Connecting to a Nextcloud server on GNU/Linux  

I'm sure by this point, it's no question what 'cloud storage' is, essentially a file locker on a remote machine. We are at least mostly familiar with famous brands such as Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, or Dropbox; but slowly more and more people are starting to host their own cloud storage servers, or rent from hosting providers outside the major brands. Nextcloud, is an increasingly popular self-hosted (or rent) cloud storage system, forked from Owncloud (another, obviously). Advantages of

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2018-04-08 07:17:47

Microsoft broke "disable web search" in Windows 10 version 1803  

Windows 10 users and administrators who plan to upgrade devices running the operating system to Windows 10 version 1803, the Spring Creators Update, need to be aware that certain policies are broken currently in the new version of Windows 10. In particular, the policy "Do not allow web search" has no effect when enabled on the device. The initial version of Windows 10 combined local search functionality with web search functionality when it came out. Search results displayed local results, for e

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2018-04-07 08:03:59

Using SS to monitor connections in GNU/Linux for new users  

The ever popular Netstat tool, has been depricated for quite a few years now, and newer tools have been developed for the command line to replace it; namely, ss. Using ss is extremely simple, given the power behind the command, and the amount of information you can obtain while using it, such as information for TCP, UDP, PACKET, RAW, DCCP and UNIX Sockets. Using ss As stated, using ss is relatively easy when it comes to command line utilities. The man pages are well documented as well for anyon

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2018-04-07 04:23:10

Chrome's next feature? Emoji access from the context menu  

Are smileys still a thing? It appears that emoji have replaced smileys in many contexts but especially on mobile devices. Emoji offer some advantages over smileys: there is an unlimited number of them, they come as images which means that they may use multiple colors, and they always take up the same space provided that you don't pick one of those oversized emojis for extra effects. Google added a new experimental flag to Google Chrome Canary recently which adds Emoji access to the context menu.

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2018-04-06 15:26:27

Firefox 61: add search engine in Page Actions menu  

Mozilla removed the classic search bar from new Firefox installations with the release of Firefox 57 but did not touch the search bar in existing Firefox installations. Mozilla added so-called one-off searches to the address bar which users of the browser can make use of to run searches on different search engines directly from the address bar. Combined Firefox address bar and search bar experiments began in early 2016, and the future of Firefox's search bar was uncertain in mid 2017. The search

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2018-04-06 09:42:26

Block Windows 10 Updates with StopUpdates10  

StopUpdates10 is a free program for Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system that modifies some system settings to block Windows Updates on the target device. While it is usually not a good idea to block the installation of updates, as you'd block non-critical and security updates alike, doing so may sometimes be necessary as a temporary measure. The new cumulative nature of updates introduced an all or nothing approach to updates; it is no longer possible to block specific updates with issues. T

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2018-04-06 05:40:49

A look at GNU/Linux exclusive Flowblade video editor  

As a journalism student, I deal with both print but also multimedia forms of journalism, on a daily basis. Generally speaking, I have always used various Adobe software for my needs, such as Audition for my audio, and Premiere for my video while in school, but I know that there is plenty of awesome and free (albeit I will concede, rarely as fully-featured) software out there that could be used to substitute. One example, is Flowblade. Flowblade is a GNU/Linux exclusive, which is pretty cool real

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2018-04-06 04:29:15

Ghacks Deals: VPNSecure: Lifetime Subscription (92% off)  

Today's featured deal is a lifetime subscription for the VPN service VPNSecure. It is available for $34.99 instead of the regular price of $450 for a limited time only and gives you lifetime access to the service. That's about $3 per month for the first year and then free from then on out. VPNSecure promises that it does not log activity and does not limit the bandwidth of users. It supports torrents, and maintains servers in more than 46 different countries. The software is available for Windo

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2018-04-05 16:45:00

Virustotal launches Android Sandbox Droidy  

Google owned Virustotal announced the launch of the Android sandbox Droidy today which replaced the Android sandbox environment that the service used since 2013. Google acquired Virustotal in 2012 and the service launched its first Android sandbox a year later in 2013. Virustotal Droidy reveals details about an application's activity that the previous sandbox did not reveal including HTTP requests, DNS resolutions, IP traffic, system file activity, permissions, process and service actions, datab

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2018-04-05 14:53:44

How to detect Zero-Width Characters fingerprinting  

All modern web browsers support zero-width characters. These characters may be added to text on a page without users knowing about it or being able to identify with the bare eye that text contains additional characters. British security researcher Tom Ross described how zero-width characters can be used to add a logged in user's username to text that is copied by the user. The invisible information are included in paste jobs and all it takes then is to run checks to reveal the hidden characters.

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2018-04-05 09:31:29

Mozilla releases Firefox Reality for Virtual Reality scenarios  

Mozilla unveiled a new web browser today called Firefox Reality. Firefox Reality has been in development for some time as a web browser for virtual and mixed reality headsets. Mozilla believes that virtual reality and mixed reality will play a big role in the next five or ten years, and that is why it decided to create a cross-platform open source browser explicitly for virtual reality scenarios. Mozilla engineers worked on virtual and augmented reality technologies such as WebVR, WebAR and A-Fr

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2018-04-05 04:52:14

Use SetupDiag to diagnose Windows 10 upgrade issues  

SetupDiag is a free diagnostic tool by Microsoft that is designed to find and parse Windows 10 setup log files to determine why an upgrade or update failed to install on a computer system. The program can be run on the computer that failed to upgrade or on another computer if relevant log files are available (for example, by copying them to the PC). SetupDiag works only on devices running Windows 10. The second requirement is that it depends on the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 which needs to be

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2018-04-05 04:15:55

Update Windows Security software to protect against a serious vulnerability  

Microsoft published information about a new security vulnerability that affects Windows Defender, Microsoft Security Essentials, and several Enterprise-specific anti-malware solutions. CVE-2018-098, Microsoft Malware Protection Engine Remote Code Execution Vulnerability, describes a vulnerability in the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine that attackers could exploit to execute code on the system. What makes the vulnerability particularly problematic is that it can be triggered by Microsoft secu

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2018-04-04 17:35:28

FileActivityWatch: monitor read/write operations on Windows  

FileActivityWatch is a new portable program for Windows by Nirsoft that displays all read, write and delete operations of files on the operating system. The program is compatible with all versions of Windows starting from Windows Vista and supports 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the operating system. Since it is portable, you may run it without installation. Just download the small archive from the Nirsoft website and extract it on the system once the download completes. You may run FileActivityW

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2018-04-04 12:20:36

The end of Disk Cleanup? Free Up Space Now appears in Windows 10 Settings  

Disk Cleanup is a handy system utility that is built-in to Windows. It can be used to delete temporary files, some logs, the Recycle Bin, and previous Windows installations. The latter is extremely useful, as it allows you to free up Gigabytes of disk space after upgrades. Windows keeps a copy of the previous version of Windows on the disk after upgrades to provide rollback functionality. Microsoft introduced the Disk Cleanup tool in Windows 7. Disk Cleanup was never as good at freeing up disk s

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2018-04-04 10:33:44

HTTPS Everywhere: ruleset updating without extension updates  

A new version of the HTTPS Everywhere browser extension introduces a new feature that separates ruleset updates from extension updates. HTTPS Everywhere is a security extension that is available for Firefox, Chrome, Opera and the Tor Browser. The extension enforces HTTPS connections on sites that support it to improve security and privacy. We reviewed the first version of the extension released in 2010, and have followed it ever since. Once installed, it checks whether any site the browser conne

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2018-04-04 08:33:29

Receive call and message notifications from select Android contacts only  

Before I go to sleep each night I switch my Android device to silent mode so that my sleep is not disrupted by calls, messages or notifications on the device. I'm a light sleeper and any noise coming from my phone wakes me up immediately. While muting the device is important, it is equally important to still receive emergency calls or messages. Android devices that run Android Lolipop or later (version 5.0 or later) come with a feature that Google calls Priority Mode. Google describes Priority M

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2018-04-04 07:17:44

Ghacks Deals: Pay What You Want: AI & Deep Learning Bundle  

AI & Deep Learning Bundle is a Pay What You Want eLearning bundle that includes ebooks and video content. The main idea is easy: pay at least $1 to gain access to a single item of the bundle or beat the average (currently at $12.59) to gain access to all items of the bundle. What's included? Glad that you asked: Artificial Intelligence with Python --Build Real-World AI Applications with Python Getting Started with Java Deep Learning --Get the Essential Know-How on Working with Deep Learning Al

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2018-04-03 16:49:58

Get the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update early  

Windows 10 users and administrators who can't wait to upgrade PCs to the soon to be released Spring Creators Update for the operating system may download official files right now to run the update early. Tip: check out our overview of new features and changes in the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, or our guide on delaying the upgrade on Windows 10 machines. Windows 10 1803 build 17133 is the official version of the Spring Creators Update. It is available on Microsoft servers as ESD files whic

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2018-04-03 14:40:33

Google bans Chrome cryptocurrency mining extensions  

James Wagner, Google Chrome Extensions Platform Product Manager, announced yesterday that Google decided to ban cryptocurrency mining extensions in the company's Chrome Web Store. Cryptocurrency mining in the browser context is a relatively new phenomenon but one that is on the rise. One has to distinguish between mining scripts that run as scripts on websites and mining extensions that get installed in the browser by users or malicious actors. Website mining scripts make up the bulk of mining a

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2018-04-03 11:23:51

VeraCrypt 1.22 encryption software update released  

VeraCrypt 1.22 is a new version of the popular cross-platform encryption software that parent company Idrassi established as the primary unofficial successor of the encryption software TrueCrypt. TrueCrypt development ended under mysterious circumstances in 2014. The developers published a message on the project's website and as part of setup that stated that TrueCrypt was not secure to use. An audit in two parts -- see the article on the results of the first and second part of the audit -- conc

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2018-04-03 09:09:49

My Top 5 Feature wishes for Windows 10  

Microsoft released Windows 10 in 2015 and there were clear indicators back then that Windows 10 was a work in progress, something that Microsoft released to make people forget about Windows 8. Windows 10 changed Windows dramatically. Microsoft established Windows as a Service which limited the support period of any version of Windows 10 to 18 months without updates, integrated lots of cloud features and Telemetry in the operating system. While Windows 10 is not as controversial of an operating s

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2018-04-03 06:00:32

Tor Project announces end of Tor Messenger  

The Tor Project launched Tor Messenger back in 2015 as a beta with the aim to improve the security of instant messaging communication services and user privacy. Based on Instantbird, an instant messenger that relied on code and technologies developed by Mozilla, Tor Messenger allowed users to use various protocols supported by Instantbird including Facebook Chat, Google Talk, XMPP, IRC or Jabber. Tor Messenger sent data over the Tor network and enforced one-on-one conversation encryption using O

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2018-04-02 19:46:19

DonationCoder celebrate 13 year anniversary with fundraiser and giveaway  

DonationCoder is a unique site on the Internet that was created back in 2005. It was designed as a place for programmers to share developed software and to support development through donations and not shareware sales, by advertising or other means. Great programs were created by DonationCoder members in the past. To name just a few: Screenshot Captor, an excellent screen capturing tool, Clipboard Help+Spell, a great clipboard manager, or Find and Run Robot, a program launcher for Windows. But t

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2018-04-02 18:48:28

Configure DNS Over HTTPS in Firefox  

DNS over HTTPS is a relatively new feature to improve the privacy, security and connection reliability of DNS look-ups; the feature is currently in draft status and tested by companies such as Google, Cloudflare or Mozilla. DNS resolves play an important part on today's Internet; domain names that you enter in your browser's address bar need to be linked to IP addresses, and that is what DNS is used for. These DNS look-ups happen automatically and often without any form of encryption or protecti

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2018-04-02 13:33:05

Search engine redirects to  

The search engine will start to redirect to the search engine later today. The privacy-focused search engines are maintained by the privately owned Dutch company Surfboard Holdings B.V. One of the company's main goals is to deliver "the most relevant search results under the largest possible umbrella of privacy" to users. The motivation behind the move is to focus on a single brand and domain to increase efficiency. We reviewed Ixquick Search back in 2012 for the first t

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2018-04-02 07:46:31

Cloudflare launches fast and privacy-focused DNS at  

Cloudflare announced the launch of its new public DNS service on April 1, 2018. The company promised in the announcement that would offer faster speeds and better privacy than other public DNS systems provided by companies such as Google, Yandex or Cisco. Let us find out if the promises hold up to a closer inspection of the service. Note: The company decided to launch the new service on April 1, 2018. That's a red flag usually as tech companies make all sorts of April Fools jokes

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2018-04-02 06:52:32

Google shuts down Google URL Shortener  

Google announced plans on Friday to shut down the company's URL shortening service starting April 13, 2018. Google won't change or disable existing links; all existing links will continue to redirect to the link target. Google launched back in 2009 when URL shortening services such as TinyURL or were all the rage thanks to the rise of Twitter, messaging applications and services that limited the characters that users could type and to improve the sharing of links. Google ent

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2018-04-01 11:12:54

Download the Best of Windows Entertainment Pack  

The Best of Windows Entertainment Pack was released by Microsoft back in 1995 for Windows and in 2001 by third-party publishers to the Game Boy Color. Microsoft released a total of four Windows Entertainment Pack packages for Windows that it sold as standalone game packages for Windows. Each pack included seven or eight games; some of the games were classic Windows games such as Minesweeper or FreeCell, others popular games at the time such as Tetris or Taipei (which later become Mahjong Titans

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2018-04-01 08:09:29

Docker founder steps down from daily operations  

Solomon Hykes, the founder of the major container company Docker, announced on March 28, that he will be stepping down from daily operations within the company, via blog post . Hykes started his post by saying, "Today I'm announcing my departure from Docker, the company I helped create ten years ago and have been building ever since. A founder's departure is usually seen as a dramatic event. Sadly, I must report that reality is far less exciting in this case. I've had many roles at Docke...

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2018-03-31 18:04:57

LogMeIn to shut down Xmarks on May 1, 2018  

LogMeIn, parent company of LastPass, announced today that it will shut down the cross-browser bookmark synchronization service Xmarks on May 1, 2018. Xmarks launched its service at a time when browser's did not support native synchronization functionality, let alone syncing data between different browsers. We reviewed the service back in 2009 for the first time and the rocky pass in the years that followed. The creators wanted to shut down the service back in 2010 but LastPass, makers of the pas

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2018-03-31 07:29:24

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition released for GNU/Linux (and Windows)  

I'm a gigantic fan of RPG games. I love a good gripping storyline, that draws you in with great character depth and a deep and intriguing plot. Neverwinter Nights was an absolutely stellar game in my opinion, and it boasted quite the awesome online community as well. Thankfully, it's just been released in an enhanced edition on Steam as well as all the expansion packs, by developer Beamdog, with complete support for penguin users! Features The steam page says, "Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced ...

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2018-03-31 06:08:17

Krita 4 released: digital paining program  

Krita is a well known digital painting program, available for Windows Mac and Linux, but is primarily known for its Linux side. On March 22, Krita 4.0 was released, which features some pretty big (and in my opinion, overdue) changes. Installation Most major distributions carry Krita in their repositories, so installing it for your preferred system shouldn't be too hard; no need to get too detailed on this part, although I will give some info from the Krita website, for Gentoo users: "There i...

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2018-03-30 17:09:06

List all Windows programs with compatibility settings with AppCompatibilityView  

AppCompatibilityView is a new application by one of our favorite developers Nir Sofer of Nirsoft that lists all Windows programs in its interface that run with non-standard compatibility settings. Windows users and administrators may use the compatibility mode of the operating system to run applications in a compatibility context. Designed for programs that are not (fully) compatible with newer versions of Windows, programs run with compatibility settings may work as intended. Compatibility sett

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2018-03-30 11:44:30

KB4100480 out-of-band security update for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2  

KB4100480 is an out-of-band security update for the Microsoft operating systems Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 that "addresses an elevation of privilege vulnerability in the Windows kernel in the 64-Bit (x64) version of Windows". The vulnerability is documented under CVE-2018-1038, Windows Kernel Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability on Microsoft's Security TechCenter website. KB4100480 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Successful exploitation of the vulnerability gives an attacker

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2018-03-30 10:12:36

Custom Search Engines in Google Chrome  

Google Chrome comes with a small selection of search engines that users of the browser have access to by default. The default search engine is Google Search but Chrome users may switch to Bing, Yahoo or AOL Search in the preferences. Chrome picks up search engines that use the open search format automatically when you open a website. These search engines become available as well, and you may make them the default search engine to add them to the list of permanent search engines of the browser. C

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2018-03-30 05:55:07

Use personalDNSfilter to block advertisement on Android  

Android device owners have a couple of options when it comes to blocking ads on their devices. One of the better options, as it is application independent and does not require root, is to use a DNS filter proxy. The method works similarly to how hosts files work on computer systems. DNS is used to "translate" domain names to IP addresses that computers communicate with, and a hosts-based solution blocks access to known domain names by changing the information on the device. personalDNSfilter for

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2018-03-29 16:26:16

Ghacks Deals: The Computer Hacker Professional Certification Bundle (96% off)  

The Computer Hacker Professional Certification Bundle is a big eLearning bundle that focuses on computer security and ethical hacking certification. The courses prep you for certification but it is not required that you take exams after you completed individual courses that are part of the bundle. The bundle is available for $49 instead of the regular price of $1500, a 96% discount. The bundle includes the following courses: Ethical Hacker Certification Training -- Learn to Think Like the Bad

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2018-03-29 14:49:03

How to check if sites use WebRTC  

WebRTC is one of these new technologies that is on the one hand pretty useful and on the other a privacy nightmare as it can be abused. WebRTC, the RTC stands for Real-Time Communications, is a set of APIs that all major web browsers support. Its primary use is to integrate better communications capabilities in the browser that websites and services may utilize for voice and video chat, and other communication forms. WebRTC is enabled by default in Firefox, Chrome and other browsers, and website

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2018-03-29 09:04:14

Enhancing audio in GNU/Linux with PulseEffects in Linux Mint 18.3  

I stated previously in my article about things to do after installing a new distro, that I love to make my sound as beautiful to my ears as I can. Sure, users can go out and spend thousands of dollars on amplifiers, headphones and other physical equipment, and it'll do much better than an pure software solution... But PulseEffects is a really awesome second choice, for GNU/Linux users. There's numerous ways to enhance your sound in Windows systems, but GNU/Linux users tend to have few and fa...

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2018-03-29 05:54:25

How to delay the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update  

Microsoft will release the next feature update for the Windows 10 operating system, called the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, in April 2018. The company releases feature updates twice a year; these updates introduce new features and bigger changes to the operating system opposed to cumulative updates which tend to focus on security updates and bug fixes. Feature updates take longer to install as it is closer to installing Windows from scratch than installing a smaller update. Microsoft impro

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2018-03-28 14:08:48

Google Chrome on Windows 10: better touchpad zooming and scrolling  

Windows 10 users who use Google Chrome as the default web browser on a device that supports touch controls may have noticed that Chrome's support for touch controls is not the best. It is easy enough to find out that the browser's support for touch-based events is lacking if you compare it to touch support in Microsoft Edge. Whereas using a touchpad to zoom or scroll in Microsoft Edge is butter-smooth, touch events feel sluggish in Google Chrome. Chrome is not the only program on Windows that f...

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2018-03-28 10:06:34

Facebook Container extension prevents Facebook tracking in Firefox  

Facebook Container is a new browser extension for Firefox by Mozilla that isolates Facebook from the rest of your browsing history to prevent tracking. Internet and computer users are exposed to different kinds of tracking when they use their devices or browse sites on the Internet. From device telemetry that companies collect over software specific diagnostics to online tracking. Online tracking with cookies is probably the most common form but there are other ways to track users online which u

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2018-03-28 08:27:43

How to set default program file associations in KDE5 Plasma  

One of the many tedious tasks when setting up a new system, or if you've just installed new software to replace something you used previously, is to change the default software used when opening up different types of files. For example, I may have GIMP open when I click on a .png file, but Gwenview open for .jpg files, if I find myself editing .png files often but hardly doing more with .jpg's than viewing them. Or perhaps you want to set all python files to automatically open in Atom when you d

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2018-03-28 05:51:45

Nvidia Driver 391.35 WHQL with security patches released  

Nvidia released the GeForce Game Ready 391.35 WHQL driver to the public featuring improvements for select games, security patches, and quite a large number of issues. First, the basics: Nvidia users and system admins who don't use GeForce Experience for driver updates can download the latest driver from the company's official download site. While it may be tempting to install the full driver package, we recommend that you only install the driver for the Nvidia graphics card and other components

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2018-03-27 12:55:14

Ghacks Deals: Windscribe VPN: Lifetime Pro Subscription (92% off)  

If you are looking for a reliable VPN (virtual private network) to protect your privacy online, you may find today's Windscribe VPN offer suitable for that. It is a lifetime offer which means that you pay for it once only. You get a lifetime Windscribe VPN Pro account for that with unlimited data, unlimited devices and updates. Windscribe supports all major desktop operating systems as well as iOS. The company promises that an Android app is coming soon. The company operates servers in more tha

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2018-03-27 12:07:58

Adobe announces end of Adobe Muse and Business Catalyst  

A product announcement on the official Adobe Muse website reveals that Adobe will end support for the website building software for Mac and PC. The company released a final feature update yesterday (March 26, 2018) and plans to release compatibility updates and bug fix updates for Windows and Mac systems until May 20, 2019. Adobe won't block the execution of the Adobe Muse software after end of support but it won't address bugs or compatibility issues either after the date. Existing customers m

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2018-03-27 10:24:04

Waterfox 56.1.0 web browser release information  

Waterfox 56.1.0 was released on March 26, 2018. The new version of the web browser comes with security updates, reintroduced support for Mac OS 10.7, a Google Play Store presence for the browser's Android version, and a redesigned website. Waterfox users can run a manual update check with a tap on the Alt-key, and the selection of Help > About Waterfox. The browser should pick up the new version and install it automatically. The new release is available on the official project website as well, s

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2018-03-27 07:36:03

Google locks out users on uncertified Android devices from Google Apps  

Android device users who run Google apps on devices that are not certified by Google receive "Device is not certified by Google" messages when they attempt to open Google applications such as Google Maps or Gmail on their devices. Google Apps refers to a set of applications that most Android devices come with automatically; affected users can't access any of these apps, Google Play store for instance. While it is still possible to install Google applications on blocked Android devices, it appear

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2018-03-27 06:57:53

Firefox 59.0.2 release information  

Mozilla released Firefox 59.0.2 to the stable release channel on March 26, 2018 for all supported operating systems. The new version of the web browser includes security fixes and patches for several issues affecting users of the application. Firefox 59.0.2 is available via the web browser's integrated updating system and as a standalone download from Mozilla. Select Menu > Help > About Firefox to run a manual check for updates from within the browser. Firefox will pick up the new version, and d

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2018-03-26 19:10:30

Windows 10 "keylogger" setting moved in Windows 10 Spring Creators Update  

When Microsoft released a technical preview of the upcoming Windows 10 operating system back in 2014, word got out pretty quickly that the operating system shipped with keylogging functionality that was turned on by default. Microsoft admitted that it collects inking and typing data, and that the data is sent to Microsoft servers. The current version of the Speech, Inking and Typing FAQ on Microsoft's Privacy website states: When your Diagnostic and usage data setting (Settings > Privacy > Feedb

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2018-03-26 17:33:28

Create Registry Shortcuts in Windows  

If you work with the Windows Registry editor or a third-party tool, you may access certain Registry keys regularly to edit values or verify that values have not changed. While you may use the built-in favorites system of the Registry Editor to access keys without having to use the tree structure to navigate to the key you want to access or paste the path in newer versions of Windows, it may sometimes be faster to use shortcuts that you can place anywhere on the desktop to launch that path in the

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2018-03-26 06:52:14

A look at 100% free modern GNU/Linux distributions  

It's a common misconception that Linux Mint, is entirely free; just for example. This statement could be taken as true, if looked at from the perspective of cost to the end-user, you; however not if taken at the perspective of free meaning freedom. Many packages, drivers, and applications used in modern GNU/Linux distributions are not open-sourced, and therefore not really 'free' in the same sense. There are some users who make the switch to GNU/Linux, away from systems like Windows and MacOS, f

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2018-03-26 05:29:08

Overwrite unused disk space on Windows with Zerofill  

Zerofill is a tiny program for Microsoft Windows devices that overwrites the unused disk space of any drive you point it to with zeros. Designed to improve the compacting of allocated disk space on volumes, something which virtual machine tools or disk compression software benefit from, it makes old data that still sits on those drives unrecoverable as well. Data that is deleted on PCs is not erased entirely when you hit the delete button or run remove operations. What happens is that Windows re

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2018-03-26 04:11:07

Should you install preview rollups for Windows?  

Microsoft releases previews of monthly rollup updates for the operating systems Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and Windows 2012 R2 on the third Tuesday of each month. The company announced the switch from the classic updating scheme to monthly rollup updates for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 R2 in late 2016. These preview updates are not installed automatically through Windows Update and they wont' get installed on the majority of Wind

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2018-03-25 17:29:54

A look at Elementary OS 0.4.1 – Loki  

So, I've taken a look at a number if distributions so far, like Linux Mint, Manjaro and KDE Neon, but I figured I should show another distribution that I'd highly recommend for users who are new to GNU/Linux systems; Elementary OS. If you're a seasoned poweruser, you'll likely find Elementary OS to be rather boring, closed off, and annoying. However, I have installed Elementary OS on friends machines who are not very computer friendly, and they have had no problems for years now, without...

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2018-03-25 06:35:01

Game Saturday: Incursion 2 The Artifact  

Incursion 2 The Artifact is a free tower defense game in which you try to fend off invading forces with heroes and recruited troops. The game uses a slightly different design than most tower defense games. While you play a series of maps that are linked together by a story line, you don't build towers as you would in many other tower defense games. The towers, or huts act as recruiting points for foot soldiers, archers and wizards that you may recruit. Each hut supports a maximum capacity of thr

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2018-03-24 10:48:27

Windows 10 version 1607 reaches end of life next month  

With Microsoft pushing out two feature updates per year, and each feature update supported by 18 months only, it is a regular occurrence that Windows users upgrade their Windows 10 PCs to a new version. For those of you who still run Windows 10 version 1607, generally known as the Anniversary Update, it is time to fire up the update engine and update to a newer version of Windows 10 as support for Windows 10 version 1607 will run out next month. To be precise, April 10, 2018 will be the last Pa

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2018-03-24 07:19:35

Preparing for Firefox ESR 60.0  

Mozilla plans to release the next Extended Support Release version of the organization's Firefox web browser, Firefox ESR 60.0, on May 9, 2018. Firefox 59.0 would have been the original target for the next ESR version but Mozilla postponed it. Firefox ESR 60.0 is a major new release as it updates Firefox installations that are still on the feature level of Firefox 52 to Firefox 60. Changes made in Firefox 53 to 60, with the exception of security updates, will find their way into that version of

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2018-03-23 13:28:21

Display the Windows upgrade history using PowerShell  

It may sometimes be useful to look at the upgrade history of a PC running Windows. Maybe you would like to know about the first installed version of Windows on the PC, or need to look up the information for troubleshooting or analysis. The Windows Registry holds the information under the key and the information there may be all you require. Just check the Source OS key and browse the data stored under each key to find out about previously installed versio

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2018-03-23 09:34:41

The future of Ghacks (2018)  

It has been three years since I revealed to you that the situation for the site was not the best, and that there was a chance that I'd have to shut down the site eventually. Things would have turned out differently, probably, if I would not have made the announcement on the site, as a wave of support helped steer the site in a positive direction. I posted an update in 2017, and would like to make this a yearly occurrence so that you know where we stand in the grand scheme of things. All the thin

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2018-03-23 06:52:57

KB4089848 for Windows 10 version 1709  

KB4089848 is a new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) that increases the version of the operating system to build 16299.334 after installation. The update fixes issues in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and comes along with the dreaded "update failed to install" message even though that is not the case. The support page on the Microsoft website lists key changes only which indicates that the update may include other changes that Microsoft did not list. That'

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2018-03-22 19:11:33

Ghacks Deals: The Complete 2018 CompTIA Certification Training Bundle: Lifetime Access (98% off)  

If you want to take one or multiple CompTIA exams or are just interested in improving your skills without taking exams, then you may like what the Complete 2018 CompTIA Certification Training Bundle: Lifetime Access has to offer. You get access to 14 different courses that prep you for CompTIA certification. The bundle is available for just $59 currently, a 98% reduction of the full price of $4927. Even better, you get another 10% off when you use the coupon MADMARCH10. All courses are designed

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2018-03-22 16:51:47

Opera 52 is out: here is what is new  

Opera Software released Opera 52 to the stable release channel on March 22, 2018. The new version of the web browser includes ad-blocking improvements, new error page animations and an option to copy multiple URLs at once. Opera 52 is already available through the browser's automatic update system. Opera users need to select Opera Menu > About Opera to run a manual check for updates. While the update will be picked up by Opera automatically eventually, users who want to update as soon as possibl

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2018-03-22 11:26:33

Vivaldi Browser makes DuckDuckGo default search engine in private windows  

Vivaldi Technologies revealed a moment ago that the search engine DuckDuckGo is the new default search engine in private windows, and that users may set a different search engine for the browser's private browsing mode. The cooperation with DuckDuckGo was announced on the official Vivaldi blog and it comes along with a new setting in Vivaldi to set a different search engine for the browser's private browsing mode. All modern web browsers support private browsing. The feature has different names

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2018-03-22 09:02:52

What Mozilla has planned for Firefox in 2018 (ad-filtering and more)  

As a user of the web browser Firefox or someone who is interested in trying it out, you probably would like to know more about what Mozilla has planned for Firefox in 2018 (and beyond). With Google integrating limited advertisement blocking into the Chrome browser and other nice to have features into the web browser, it is only natural to wonder what Mozilla has planned in this regard. Good news for users interested in Firefox is that Mozilla has big plans for Firefox in 2018; the following para

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2018-03-22 06:35:54

Mozilla may move Firefox New Tab Page settings to Home Preferences page  

Firefox users who want to modify the look and feel of the browser's New Tab Page can do so directly on it in all recent versions of the Firefox web browser. A click on the cogwheel icon on the New Tab Page displays options to hide any element displayed by default on the New Tab Page, and to increase the number of Top Sites rows to two (instead of just one). Firefox users who disable all elements on the New Tab Page get a blank page. The cogwheel icon is still there, however, so that users may en

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2018-03-21 17:22:22

How to remove Malwarebytes  

The following tutorial teaches you how to uninstall Malwarebytes, formerly known as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, for Windows and Mac OS, from a computer system. Malwarebytes is a security software that protects the computer against online, network and local threats by identifying, blocking and removing them from the system. Users and system administrators have different reasons for wanting to remove Malwarebytes from a computer system: a switch to a different security software or issues with Malwa

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2018-03-21 14:23:41

Windows Server 2019 Preview is out  

Microsoft's Windows Server team released a preview of the next Windows Server product, Windows Server 2019, yesterday to the public. Windows Server 2019 Preview is available for any participant of the Windows Insider program but the post on Microsoft's Windows Server website is unfortunately a bit vague when it comes to actual downloads of the preview version of Windows Server. The very first thing you need to do is register an organization account or a personal account; Registering in this case

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2018-03-21 08:51:12

How to use netstat in GNU/Linux  

Netstat is a very powerful utility that will list all of the TCP and UDP connections, as well as unix socket connections currently listening for connections as well as currently connected. While many home users may not necessarily need to worry about this, online gamers, or anyone who intends to host any sort of server in the future, will surely at some point need to deal with ports. Netstat is also useful for security and privacy, for example, to find out which programs "talk" to the Internet.

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2018-03-21 06:04:11

How to disable being included in tests and previews on Netflix  

The online streaming service Netflix changes things constantly on the site and monitors carefully what users do and don't do when they interact with the service. You may have noticed that Netflix uses A-B tests to determine the effectiveness of covers or other element on the site, but did you know that Netflix customers may be included in beta tests and experiments on the site automatically? Inclusion in tests and previews may not be a bad thing, at least not for all users; if you like to have a

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2018-03-20 17:03:06

Ghacks Deals: Pay What You Want: 2018 Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle  

The Pay What You Want: 2018 Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle includes ten Arduino ebooks. It is for people who are just getting started with Arduino as well as users who want to learn new skills and concepts. The bundle includes ten ebooks which you get when you beat the average price (currently $10.11). You may also pay more than $1 to get access to one of the books only. The bundle includes the following ebooks: Learning C for Arduino -- The Ultimate Guide for Programming Arduino with C Ard...

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2018-03-20 14:27:10

Keepa: Amazon price history and tracking  

Keepa - Amazon Price Tracker is a browser extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Microsoft Edge to improve your online shopping experience on the Amazon website. Keepa was one of the extensions that we listed in our The best Amazon price trackers in 2017 overview, but we never reviewed it. When should you buy a product on Amazon? Is the sales price really the cheapest price? What is the price on other Amazon sites the item is offered on, or on eBay? Keepa answers all of these ...

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2018-03-20 13:51:14

Microsoft promises speedier Windows 10 Feature Update processes  

Microsoft releases two feature updates for the company's Windows 10 operating system per year. Users and administrators will also install feature updates regularly as feature updates are only supported for 18 months by the company. In other words: if you don't want to run an unsupported version of Windows 10, you do need to upgrade regularly. Feature updates can be compared to classic Service Pack upgrades. A feature update upgrades Windows 10 to a new version that includes large and small chang

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2018-03-20 09:00:35

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