How to Better Organize Emails in Gmail

Does your Gmail inbox get an insane amount of emails every day? If it does, the idea of trying to find an email can seem like a mission impossible. Skimming your emails page by page is not only time-consuming but also tiring. Luckily, we have tips you can try to organize and find your emails in no time. Have Emails Skip Inbox If there are emails that you don’t need to see and that can be archived, then this tip will come in handy. You can automatically file emails by... Read more

How to Protect Yourself from KRACK WiFi Vulnerability

Recently, a major flaw in WiFi’s WPA2 protocol was revealed to the world. This flaw allows a hacker to peek at a user’s network traffic and learn information such as sensitive passwords and private information. It was given the name “KRACK” (which stands for “Key Reinstallation Attack“) and works by exploiting a point of weakness that occurs when someone logs into a WiFi network with WPA2 security. How Does It Work? When your computer wants to talk to your router, it will need an encryption key to do so. These keys should... Read more

LXQt 0.12.0 Desktop Environment Released with Better Support for HiDPI Displays

The developers of the Lightweight Qt Desktop Environment (LXQt) were proud to announce today the release and immediate availability for download of the LXQt 0.12.0 desktop environment. While the LXQt team continues to work hard on the first mature update of LXQt, version 1.0.0, fans of the lightweight GNU/Linux desktop environment based on the Qt technologies can now install a newer update that comes more than a year after the previous release, LXQt 0.11.0. Shipping with better support for HiDPI displays, LXQt 0.12.0 introduces a new Open/Save File dialog, support... Read more

PC-MOS released under GPL

The old PC-MOS was released under the GNU GPL this Summer. From Wikipedia: PC-MOS/386 was a multi-user, computer multitasking operating system produced by The Software Link (TSL), announced at COMDEX in November 1986 for February 1987 release.[1] PC-MOS/386, a successor to PC-MOS, can run many MS-DOS software titles on the host machine or a terminal connected to it. Unlike MS-DOS, PC-MOS/386 is optimized for the Intel 80386 processor; however early versions will run on any x86 computer. The GitHub project includes a 1.44MB disk image for the latest version that... Read more

5 of the Best Android Browsers with AdBlock Features

You can run, but you can’t hide since ads will catch up to you eventually. Even though some of them are useful, they can get annoying at times. Advertisers just don’t know when to quit, and you probably have no choice but to use an ad-blocking browser. Ad-blocking browsers give you a break from ads and help you concentrate on the information at hand. Sure, you may miss out on an advertisement you might be interested in, but you’ll come across it eventually. 1. Brave Browser Brave Browser first came... Read more

How to Disable Automatic Chrome Updates in Windows

From time to time Chrome updates become available and usually help fix bugs and add new features. If you are like most, you probably have the settings set up so that Chrome updates automatically. Automatic updates are beneficial because you don’t have to worry about updating on your own; however, there are times when the update happens when you don’t want it to. If you want more control on when and how to install these updates, there are a few things you can do. Prevent Chrome Updates from System Configuration Disabling... Read more

5 of the Best Android Browsers with AdBlock Features

You can run, but you can’t hide since ads will catch up to you eventually. Even though some of them are useful, they can get annoying at times. Advertisers just don’t know when to quit, and you probably have no choice but to use an ad-blocking browser. Ad-blocking browsers give you a break from ads and help you concentrate on the information at hand. Sure, you may miss out on an advertisement you might be interested in, but you’ll come across it eventually. 1. Brave Browser Brave Browser first came... Read more

How to Disable Automatic Chrome Updates in Windows

From time to time Chrome updates become available and usually help fix bugs and add new features. If you are like most, you probably have the settings set up so that Chrome updates automatically. Automatic updates are beneficial because you don’t have to worry about updating on your own; however, there are times when the update happens when you don’t want it to. If you want more control on when and how to install these updates, there are a few things you can do. Prevent Chrome Updates from System Configuration Disabling... Read more