There are many security threats and your privacy, files and personal information is under attack. What can you do to stay safe when using your Windows computer? Use these top security tips.
Do you have a strange label in the sidebar in Gmail called smart_label_root_name? It is a rare problem that sometimes appears for no reason. Remove it using a secret access mode in Gmail.
Windows 10 sometimes has a compatibility problem with the biometric sensors in a PC, such as a fingerprint reader or face recognition, causing high CPU usage. Here is the solution.
Microsoft, Google and others provide all-in-one services that contain everything you need, including office apps, email, notes, calendar, storage and more. They are good, but there are risks.
Privacy is important these days and it seems like everyone wants to track you or hack you. You can’t even throw old disk drives away for fear of someone accessing them. Erase your files!
If there are photos you do not want to see when you open Google Photos or Apple Photos, they can be hidden from view, but they are still there and can be accessed if you really need them.
Are notes stored on your computer or phone in plain text that anyone can read? Here are two apps for PC, Mac and mobile that encrypt your notes for privacy and security. Both are free.
Milanote is an alternative to Microsoft OneNote, Evernote and similar note-taking apps and it works on the web and on your phone. It offers more flexible views of your notes than rivals.
Google Keep, Microsoft OneNote, Apple Notes, Evernote and other notes apps are good, but all have drawbacks and if you are looking for an alternative, Joplin is a great one and it is free.
Some people have discovered that after years of sending and receiving emails for free, that it will no longer be free in the future. They have been warned they must pay. What is going on?