Articles for April 2014

Articles for April 2014

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Download3k Recommends: The Top 7 Free Data Recovery Software for Windows
Download3k Recommends: The Top 7 Free Data Recovery Software for Windows
by Chris Thomas on 7 April 2014 · 5689 views
Every byte of data that is deleted from your computer isn't truly erased – it is overwritten/scrambled and can be recovered rather simply with the use of a user-friendly data recovery application. ... Read more
Tom Tom Releases First GPS Watch with Built-in Heart Rate Monitor
Tom Tom Releases First GPS Watch with Built-in Heart Rate Monitor
by Chris Thomas on 7 April 2014 · 3862 views
On April 2nd, Tom Tom announced the release of a new breed of GPS watches that are capable of monitoring the user's heart rate and other aspect of physical activity and fitness. ... Read more
DropBox Is Now Automatically Scanning Files to Look for Copyright/DMCA Violations
DropBox Is Now Automatically Scanning Files to Look for Copyright/DMCA Violations
by Chris Thomas on 7 April 2014 · 4363 views
DropBox has apparently begun scanning all shared files to see if they match up against previously hashed files that have been subject to DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedowns. ... Read more
How to install Windows 8.1 on dual boot alongside Windows 7
How to install Windows 8.1 on dual boot alongside Windows 7
by Mihai Neacsu on 7 April 2014 · 5901 views
This is a simple process during which you basically need to buy Windows 8.1, put it on a DVD or USB, create a new partition for it, and install. Here's the whole process in detail. ... Read more
Microsoft Unleashes New Features in Major Windows Phone 8.1 Update
Microsoft Unleashes New Features in Major Windows Phone 8.1 Update
by Chris Thomas on 7 April 2014 · 4180 views
At Microsoft's recent 'Build 2014' conference, the technology giant showed off some of the new features that will be present in its latest Windows Phone 8.1 update. ... Read more
Where is the 'Yes' or 'No' confirmation dialog when deleting a file in Windows 8, 10? How to enable it.
Where is the 'Yes' or 'No' confirmation dialog when deleting a file in Windows 8, 10? How to enable it.
by Mihai Neacsu on 6 April 2014 · 5684 views
You might have noticed that when you delete a file in Windows 8 or 8.1, it goes straight to Recycle Bin without any confirmation warning whatsoever. This is actually a feature many Windows users requested, but you can re-enable it. ... Read more
How to Reduce Computer Eyestrain [and Potentially Boost Your Productivity]
How to Reduce Computer Eyestrain [and Potentially Boost Your Productivity]
by Dan Vlasic on 5 April 2014 · 2261 views
The following compilation is a result of the collective experience of the many Internet freelancers, business coaches, tech nerds and doctors combined into a, hopefully, reader-friendly tutorial. ... Read more
How to change Chrome's default search engine to Google.com and keep the search suggestions
How to change Chrome's default search engine to Google.com and keep the search suggestions
by Mihai Neacsu on 5 April 2014 · 7812 views
If you recently installed Google Chrome on a Windows PC or a mobile phone running iOS or Android, while you're not located in US, you'll notice that, by default, a search using the omnibox will show results from google.tld, not google.com. ... Read more
Top Web-Based RSS Readers
Top Web-Based RSS Readers
by Dan Vlasic on 4 April 2014 · 5039 views
Evaluate what is important for you in an RSS feed reader. From my viewpoint, it is simplicity and clean design, so it is important to have tools that will help you organize your feeds. ... Read more
Yahoo Releases Data Encryption to Win Back Users’ Trust
Yahoo Releases Data Encryption to Win Back Users’ Trust
by Dan Vlasic on 4 April 2014 · 1199 views
In the wake of Snowden revelations, Yahoo aims to make data encryption the default for all Yahoo traffic. ... Read more
Google Report: 80% of News Outlets Targeted by Governmental Spy Agencies
Google Report: 80% of News Outlets Targeted by Governmental Spy Agencies
by Dan Vlasic on 3 April 2014 · 3571 views
Two Google security engineers released a report where they reveal some drastic statistics. Four fifths of the international top media outlets, including the Guardian, are the target of government-sponsored hacking attacks. ... Read more
Titanfall to Exile Cheaters
Titanfall to Exile Cheaters
by Dan Vlasic on 3 April 2014 · 3966 views
Great news: you get to keep playing Titanfall! Less-great news: you only get to play with other cheaters. ... Read more
Microsoft Solemnly Swears: No More Snooping
Microsoft Solemnly Swears: No More Snooping
by Dan Vlasic on 2 April 2014 · 2507 views
Microsoft changes privacy policy after outraged customers stormed with accusations. They now leave snooping to law enforcement exclusively and encourage other tech companies to join in. ... Read more
How to Install Chrome OS on a Laptop/Netbook
How to Install Chrome OS on a Laptop/Netbook
by Dan Vlasic on 1 April 2014 · 22737 views
During the past 3 years, Google has been releasing Chromebooks with quite expensive price tags, so many users might feel more comfortable installing Chrome OS on their own machines. Here’s a brief tutorial on how to make your own Chromebook. ... Read more
Samsung Hopes To Engage Google's Help For Fighting Apple In Court
Samsung Hopes To Engage Google's Help For Fighting Apple In Court
by Chad Faith on 1 April 2014 · 4494 views
The legal battle between the two powerful smartphone megacorps does not seem to be dwindling anytime soon and I am sure many people who are reading tech news are tired of their squabble by now. ... Read more
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