Microsoft Warns Of Security Exploit For Older Versions Of Windows

There is a good reason to upgrade to the newest versions of software whenever possible. This is because due to the management of resources, most developers would much rather focus on its newer software than older ones. An example would be Microsoft’s Windows, where in some cases, the company has stopped keeping older versions of Windows updated.


How To Manage iCloud Storage

Apple’s iCloud makes for a pretty decent backup service for your macOS and iOS devices, but it is not unlimited and as such, you might eventually find yourself running low on space. You can check out our guide if you’d like to learn how to better manage your iCloud storage.


How To Make Custom Ringtones For Your iPhone

If you feel that the current ringtones offered on the iPhone are a bit boring, check out our guide above that will show you the steps needed to put together your own custom ringtone for your iPhone.


Microsoft Wants To Ensure You’re Really Incognito In Incognito Mode

With Chrome’s Incognito Mode, the idea behind it is that you will be able to browse the web with relative privacy where the sites you visit will not show up in the main Chrome. We’ve seen how sometimes it’s not quite as discreet as you might think, but it seems that Microsoft is hoping to fix that.


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How To Watermark Your Photos (For Free)

Watermarking images is a good way to prevent others from claiming your images as their own. If you’re looking to protect your digital creations, here’s how you can go about watermarking your photos for free.


Tobii’s Eye-Tracking Tech Will Make It Harder For People To Peek At Your Computer Screen

No one likes it when someone else is looking over their shoulder, especially when working on the computer where privacy and sensitive information might be on display. The good news is that it looks like Tobii, who specializes in eye-tracking tech, is hoping to make snooping a thing of the past.


How To Use Gmail Confidential Mode (Windows, Android, iOS)

Sending emails hasn’t changed much in the last decade or so. Yes, the user interface has gotten better and we have more features but the basic stuff remains the same. Despite all the newness security is still one of the main concerns we have while using email. Gmail has decided to tackle this issue with the help of Gmail Confidential mode.


How To Uninstall Steam Games

If you’re running low on disk space or simply want to uninstall games from Steam that you haven’t played in a while, here’s how you do it.


How To Factory Reset Windows 10

If you need to factory reset Windows 10 for whatever reasons, don’t let it fool you into thinking it’s daunting process. It’s actually pretty simple and straightforward, and here’s how to do it.


Microsoft Has Quietly Killed Off An Upcoming Windows 10 Feature

A couple of years ago, Microsoft announced a new feature that would be making its way to Windows 10. The feature was known as Sets, which for those who are hearing about it for the first time, would basically allow users to group app data, websites, and other information within tabs to make them easier to view and access.


How To Boot Windows 10 In Safe Mode

There are times when your computer runs into some issues, and if you’re trying to troubleshoot it yourself, then booting your computer into safe mode is one way to go about it, and here is how to boot Windows 10 in safe mode.


Windows 10 Will No Longer Require You To ‘Safely Remove’ USB Drives

If you’ve ever plugged a USB flash drive into Windows before and unplugged it, you might have gotten the warning message that you should probably use the “Safely remove” feature to eject your hard drive. This is due to concerns that removing it suddenly could somehow corrupt the data or cause errors as the drive could still be in use.


How To Convert PDF To JPG

Converting a PDF file to a JPG file is easy and there are a multitude of options to choose from, whether you are on Windows or macOS, and here’s how you can go about doing so.


Upcoming Windows 10 Update Will Put Users Back In Control Of Their Updates

Whenever a software update is released, it is usually up to the user to decide when they want to install it. This is because sometimes updates aren’t always perfect and that they could actually end up breaking things instead of fixing them, such as was the case with a previous Windows 10 update that resulted in Microsoft actually encouraging users to uninstall it.