Some are really simple like clicking a few boxes, others require a little bit more effort, but you’ll be amazed at the difference.
Fed up with your once cool iPhone? Tired of your fading Android device? Want to switch but just the thought of moving your contacts, photos, tunes, apps, games and all those other things you have on your device leaves you feeling slightly crazed and twitchy? Don’t despair. It can be done and it won’t leave you feeling that plucking your hair out, one follicle at a time, is a less painful option.
You can say whatever you like about the internet but what you can’t deny is the vast repository of free ebooks it offers for avid readers. Hundreds and thousands of titles are available from deep tech to swooning romance and literary classics – and even free audio books. And here’s a list of twenty free ebook sites from the well-known and popular to the sometimes obscure and fringe.
If you’re set to move to Windows 8 or 8.1 you may be shocked, appalled, delighted at the changes over previous operating systems. It might seem a bit late in the day to offer advice given that Windows 8 and 8.1 have been around for a while now but these operating systems are preloaded on a lot of new computers and if you’re in the market for a new device a little advice won’t go amiss. However, like anything new it can take a bit of time to get up to speed with all of the changes. Some of these are big improvements while some seem to be born from an innate need to tinker. But once you are used to it, there will be no looking back so here’s a few tips to speed you on your way.
The loss of privacy in the Internet age is a reality. Depending on the browser and services you use, your every click, website review, and online purchase can be collected, analysed and used to create a profile that’s readily sold off to advertisers and others. Do you really want to shrug your shoulders and say your privacy doesn’t matter?
Virtual private networks are a great way of securing your communications across the internet and even on internal networks. Businesses all over the world use them as standard. If you want rigorous network protection check out the tips below. You’ll learn all about VPNs, which ones are the most suitable for your needs and how to set up a VPN as well as really useful links.
With portable flash drives now as ubiquitous as fresh air we store all sorts of important information on them from important and sensitive documents to family and holiday snaps on digital SD cards. Never mind the heartache data loss that these devices can cause, it can also cause practical problems especially if these devices store the fruit of labours or sensitive information. However, the good news is that most of the time data can be recovered from flash drives and SD cards. And here’s how.
Gaming has gone from a niche activity back in the day, when only the devoted and fanatical applied themselves to games like Doom, to an explosive pastime enjoyed by over one billion people. Today’s games are clever, sophisticated and challenging. They’re also a target for hackers. If you’re a gaming fan, read on to discover how to protect yourself and how to identify potential attacks.
With spyware and adware already tracking our movements across the web who needs another form of intrusive monitoring? It seems like some people can’t get enough of tracking others and emails that tell the senders whether you’ve opened an email and where you were if you did are becoming more common. However, help is at hand. Ugly Mail is the simplest of tools and it lets you know if an email that has dropped into your inbox is designed to track you.
Tired of receiving an avalanche of unwanted Facebook notifications? Fed up of being stalked by ads that you never asked for? Bombarded by the seemingly endless notification messages in your personal email? Help is at hand. You can block unwanted notifications with ease when you know how.