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How To Make Chrome Mark All Non-HTTPS Sites Not Secure In Red Color

How To Make Chrome Mark All Non-HTTPS Sites Not Secure In Red Color

August 14, 2018

This becomes helpful for some children and elders to recognize instantly which sites are not secure to communicate on or share information on if they are tagged in red color. After Chrome 68 update it’s already marking all non-HTTPS sites as Not Secure but in Grey color which may not look much suspicious to children or […]

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How To Reduce The Size Of The Titlebar And Window Border Padding on Windows 8 or Windows 10

How To Reduce The Size Of The Titlebar And Window Border Padding on Windows 8 or Windows 10

August 13, 2018

The question was first asked in Superuser Forum and was answered by another user in the form of a simple tutorial. Find out important information from different platforms and serve it to you on one platform is our goal.    I think Microsoft must have made the titlebars larger to make them more easily draggable […]

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How To Stop Windows 10 From Automatically Updating Your PC Drivers, Which Are Causing Problems On Your PC

August 13, 2018

Are you facing problems with your driver updates? Then you should read this tutorial. Because I am going to show you how to easily troubleshoot any problem with your Windows 10 PC driver updates. Windows 10 automatically updates itself to the latest drivers without asking for permission. This, of course, can cause problems with the system. […]

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How To Make Dual Bootable USB Drive With Two Windows 10 Versions [Tutorial]

How To Make Dual Bootable USB Drive With Two Windows 10 Versions [Tutorial]

August 13, 2018

How To Create A Dual-Boot Windows 10 Installation USB Drive [Tutorial] Creating a bootable USB drive has become a common task for a tech-savvy user. With a bit of practice, it becomes an easy task like snapping your finger. Today I’m going to share with you a more advanced version of what you were doing […]

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How to Keep Your Personal Information Secure in 2018

How to Keep Your Personal Information Secure in 2018

August 10, 2018

With the web becoming an inseparable part of life, the way people buy, sell, transact or even socialize has changed a lot in the recent years. However, it would not be practical to overlook the online privacy issues. With the hackers and malicious groups lurking in the dark alleys of the web, you need to […]

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How To Recover Lost Photos On Your iOS Device (iPhone, iPad etc)

How To Recover Lost Photos On Your iOS Device (iPhone, iPad etc)

August 8, 2018

It is quite amazing but true that Smartphones have become the ‘jack of all trades’ gadget used by people everywhere! They are being used for many other purposes than just making and receiving calls. In fact, most people now rely on their Smartphone to capture and share images than using standalone digital cameras. The optics […]

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6 Easiest Ways To Improve Your Self-Esteem And Be Confident

6 Easiest Ways To Improve Your Self-Esteem And Be Confident

August 5, 2018

6 Easiest Ways To Improve Your Self-Esteem And Be Confident Stop comparing yourself to other people; instead, compare yourself to what you know you can be. I kind of have this idealized version of myself in the future of what I want to be. How will I behave? How will I present myself? How will […]

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Best VPNs To Bypass GDPR: Unblock Online Services in Europe 2018

Best VPNs To Bypass GDPR: Unblock Online Services in Europe 2018

August 4, 2018

After long speculation and debates on its viability, the much awaited GDPR- EU (General Data Protection Regulations) came into effect by the end of May 2018. A number of companies have not updated their privacy rules for compliance with GDPR and they will not budge in the future, as it looks. As a result, some […]

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When I’m Mistakenly Put on an Email Chain, Should I Hit ‘Reply All’ Asking to Be Removed?

When I’m Mistakenly Put on an Email Chain, Should I Hit ‘Reply All’ Asking to Be Removed?

August 2, 2018

O.K., but what am I talking about? I am talking about the Email Storm or ReplyAllpocalypse which occurred in NYTimes’ internal mailing system faced in 2016. Which was not the first time something like this happened. The email storm had happened a number of times before. NYTimes’ published an article regarding this. For little more […]

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What is ISP Throttling and How to Avoid It

What is ISP Throttling and How to Avoid It

August 2, 2018

More and more internet service providers are throttling their customers’ bandwidth, but there’s a way you can fight back and keep the speeds which you pay for. This article should help you in building and understanding of what’s bandwidth throttling, why do ISP’s do it and how can you avoid it. What is ISP Throttling […]

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