The Windows 10’s Start menu (Start screen) in tablet mode will allow you to “pin” other items besides apps. You can pin folders, websites, settings shortcuts, email folder, notes, and contacts. This gives you quick access to anything you want to define as favourites, right from the Start menu. Continue reading
Windows 10 automatically installs updates in the background. Which is fine until a rogue update breaks your system. In which case you need to know how to stop Windows 10 automatic updates. Which is not easy as Microsoft absolutely does NOT want you stopping Windows updates. Continue reading
Tablets are starting to mature. Android’s new 4.1 release dramatically improves the user experience. Apple’s iPad is now on its third iteration and continues to dominate the market. Microsoft pushing hard with Windows 8 RT, which is likely to inspire a range of new models. The tablet market is growing and looks continue on the back of the iPad’s stunning success.
The question is now what to choose: large or small, iOS, Android or Windows? Continue reading
The Windows Store had its debut in Windows 8, but with Windows 10, however, it finally looks like the Windows Store can compete alongside Apple and Google’s Play Store. Continue reading
Private Browsing – Browse the web without saving information about the sites you visit
As you browse the web, Firefox remembers lots of information for you: sites you’ve visited, files you’ve downloaded, and more. There may be times, however, when you don’t want other users on your computer to see this information, such as when shopping for a birthday present.
Private Browsing allows you to browse the Internet without saving any information about which sites and pages you’ve visited. Private Browsing Firefox won’t remember any history for this window. Continue reading
All the major web-browsers – Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari – now offer built-in privacy features, yet it’s estimated that that only 1-2% of users take advantage of them. Most users say they are concerned about privacy on-line; identity-theft, anonymity, and data protection. But some of these anti-tracking features are hard to figure out, and who has time to stumble through all those settings tabs? Browser’s privacy usually means things: some kind of “private mode” to prevent logging and tracking, and blocking targeted advertising… Continue reading