It is said that anything stored in just one place is at risk. What if something went wrong? For this reason it is a good idea to backup passwords stored in a password manager to KeePass.
If you are short of storage space on Google Photos and Google Drive is nearly full, here are some useful ways to free up space. Don’t pay for more space, use what you have more efficiently.
If you have photographs that contain people, objects, text or flaws that you wish were not there, they can be removed with an online tool accessed in a web browser: Cleanup.pictures.
Poorly named files are difficult to find and if your files in Dropbox have names that are meaningless, use a Dropbox automation to rename them automatically. Auto-rename files as you upload them.
Some emails you send may contain personal or confidential information that you want to keep private. Gmail enables you to send disappearing emails, or self destructing emails. Here’s how.
When you have dozens of tabs open in Chrome browser, they use a lot of memory, which can slow down the computer. Boost Chrome performance with high efficiency mode, which reduces RAM usage.
The key to increasing productivity and getting more done on your computer is to track your current activity and see where you are spending, or wasting, time. Rize on PC and Mac does the job.
There are many screenshot utilities and some useful tools to record the screen of your computer, but Dropbox Capture simplifies the process and makes storing and sharing images and videos easy.
Not all password managers are the same and some let you to manage your own password vault, store it locally on your computer or phone, and then sync it using a service of your choosing.
If you are worried about being tracked as you use the web, Google Privacy Sandbox aims to limit tracking and make the web more private. Enable it in Chrome browser and see how it works.