If you have Windows Home you still can install Sandbox on your OS. You have to still backup your computer just in case but the great this is that installing Sandbox will get the fear out of you when you are always browsing on the web.
Looks like Chrome keeps on updating its browser and with this comes new changes that many user's dislikes, as the Chrome address bar.
If you dislike this new feature in Chrome, then this is how you bring back the www on your address bar.
Looks like Apple is getting into the medical business by offering a diabetes monitor. The device monitors your glucose via your iPhone or Apple Watch. This is a great move for this giant software company to get into the health business.
This new feature in Windows 10 is going to let you choose which devices are ideal for the outputs and inputs of audio you want to listen to. Great add-on to get the best out of the devices that perfect for your audio.
Here is the cool feature that many users are waiting for. Sandbox for Windows will hopefully change the way you do things on the web and will forever change the daily computer users headaches in the real world. Check it out and give it try, I promise it will change your mind on how you use Windows daily.
Looks like Mac new OS Catalina will finally be released soon and here are some good reason why to install the beta version now. I am not a fan of Beta software since they still have bugs but if you are wanting more out of your Mac, this is a great time to get the software up and running.
Besides who wants to wait for the new features when you can get them now.
This tablet bracelet is something to keep your eyes open for. It's a pretty cool ideal and I can see this product doing very well for consumers.
It's pricey and very portable and I am almost sure that eventually, it will be integrated into a cell phone feature.
Looks like Google Drive and Google Photos are splitting up and this is what everyone needs to be aware of after the separation.
It's more like a separation of both programs so that they can be independent of each other.
Very interesting information from the USB inventor and how he mistakenly created something that he would figure everyone would get right on the first try to use the product.
But there is always a reason why things are made a special way.
Looks like Google Calendar has a recent outage that affected many users and for those users who use it daily, it was a big loss of them. Some users were able to get back on track by using the mobile application.
Now, this incident should teach others to set up backup plans in the future so that they are prepared in advance should this happen again.
Maybe it's about time for Google Calendar to change it's program and offer an offline option.
Looks like the public library is at risk of being obsolete. With pressure on the local government cuts, the library is slowly but surely disappearing from existence.
With the information highway offering vast information accessible to everyone, the library has now shifted to the web.
I do believe that this is the way of the future and libraries will eventually cease to exist. Stay tuned.
Looks like Consumer Reports changed their mind on Microsoft Surface laptops. Looks like after the 2nd year the laptop breakage has increased for the company when compared to other products in the same market. Although Microsoft defends heavy its product, the company is still new in the hardware business. But reliability is still a major factor and the Surface it's not living up to its name. The most common causes of the units were that the machine froze, shut down unexpectedly and touch screen unresponsive.
Looks like it's back to the drawing board for the company to fix out its software kinks.
Not too long after Detroit had a similar ransom attack, this Florida City was recently targeted and the end results were not pretty. The city was forced to give in to the ransom demands in order to salvage their remaining system.
Their payoff is now going to inspire many other hackers to do the same and to continue ransom attacks.
The new workforce is becoming a reality and it's only a matter of time before everyone else picks up the slack. They can work non stop and eliminate roles very quickly. The new industrial revolution has begun.
A sad ransomware story from the city of Baltimore on how some hackers held the city hostage because of poor infrastructures. I hope this is a lesson learned and that it will be mandatory for all cities to upgrade their old infrastructure.
Here is an application of neighbors shame you and it's so wrong for others to do this that the users don't understand how a negative impact they are doing to their neighbors, regardless if they have good intentions or not.
Looks like car renting will never be the same when everything gets finalized by this company. Know about renting homes and private condo. Airbnb is now moving into car rental and I must admit it will definitely change the rental business and I hope it will make things practical and affordable for everyone.
It's long been awaited and now this could be the end of car rentals as we know it.
Family Tree Now is sharing personal information to other users and before the data is shared you must first confirm if your data is on their website and opt out. Otherwise, your information is going to be sold.
Looks like one state is taking green to a new level and we could see now a new alternative to cremations and burials in years to come. Very interesting to see when it's neighboring states will join the new generation of composting.