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2 Free and Secure Services to Encrypt Files in Cloud Storage


Would you trust your friend or an associate with an official file or with a private photo from a vacation? I am sure, the answer will be a big NO. So if we can’t trust our associates or friends, how we trust cloud services with GBs of data from our personal and professional lives? If […]

How to Get the Most Out of UpNext Music Player for Chrome

UpNext Music Player

For millions of internet users around the world, YouTube is their completely free music streaming service. But if you’ve ever tried using YouTube that way, you know that the experience is far from optimal. The biggest deal breaker for me is that there’s no queue. And YouTube’s playlist feature is way too basic. The entire […]

How to Record Tabs and Entire Screen Right From Chrome


There’s so much stuff you can do in Chrome that sometimes it feels like it’s an operating system of its own. That’s because it is. Well, kind of (hello Chromebook users). After stuff like image editing, add the ability to record either a single Chrome tab or the entire PC screen to the list. There […]

How to Send Mail Merge Like Mass Emails Using Gmail in Chrome


Services like MailChimp make it really easy to send out newsletters. They take care of everything and they have awesome templates. But they might not be for you. First of all, there’s MailChimp branding all over. And the emails end up in the “Promotions” tab in Gmail. Plus, if you only want to send 100 […]

How to Open the Current Tab in Private Mode in Chrome and Firefox

Current tab incognito

While Private (or Incognito) browsing doesn’t do much in the way of protecting your identity from servers, it is still a greatly useful tool for browsing – from the user’s perspective. When you switch to private mode, you can be sure that the browsing history won’t be recorded and that extensions won’t be enabled. It’s […]

How to Get Android Like Card UI on Your Chrome Browser

Card UI like layers for Chrome |

Ever since the development team at Android showcased their Card UI, I was quite fascinated with it. It may not always be the fastest way to get things done, but it sure is convenient to have layers to go back to what you were doing earlier. Imagine having a similar functionality on your Windows or […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Exploring the Dark Web with Tor Browser


You may have heard a lot about the so-called Deep Web and Dark Web lately. The Deep Web is the part of the Internet that houses 90+ percent of the web yet it’s completely tucked away from the easy access we’ve come to enjoy from search engines. The Dark Web, on the other hand, is a smaller portion […]

4 Hidden TweetDeck Features Especially Useful to Twitter Power Users


Twitter’s official web and mobile clients are perfectly adequate for the majority, but for power users looking for a bit more control over their accounts, TweetDeck serves as a unique alternative. It lets you organize various aspects of Twitter into multiple columns that you can view at once, so you can see tweets from people […]

Why You Should Ditch Google Authenticator for Authy (for Two-Factor Authentication)

Authenticator vs Authy

Google is pushing two-factor authentication really hard. And that’s great news. The problem is that Google Authenticator for Android is an abomination (and I’m not even using hyperbole here). It’s still using Holo interface. That’s now 2 generations old. What hurts even more is the fact that Google Authenticator for iPhone was upgraded recently with […]

Top 5 Tools That Help You Watch Products Online for Price Drops


The really annoying part of an online sale is that you’re not quite sure if it’s really a sale or not. There’s one every week, and the price is never the same, ever so fluctuating. How are you supposed to make sense of it all. And more importantly, how do you make sure you’re not […]

How to Edit a Location on Google Maps and Improve it

White House on Google Maps

It won’t be a stretch to call Google Maps one of the most significant innovations that Google has build. I certainly use it a whole lot, even though I’ve lived in the same city throughout my years. In a new city that I’m visiting, it’s indispensable. With a few new updates, you can also edit […]

How to Color Alternate Rows or Columns in Google Sheets

Google Sheets can be just as good as MS Excel | Shutterstock

Microsoft Office is a powerful tool to get things done, but Google isn’t all that far behind with its Google Docs offering. The latter is not only free, but also saves you a backup on the free app on Android and iOS devices. While MS Office has some great features which are not easy to […]

How to Easily and Securely Send Money with Square Cash


A dilemma many people face is owing someone money and having no means to get it to the person in a timely manner. The truth is there are a number of solutions available online for quickly and securely sending money to friends or family. But that brings us to another dilemma. There are still skeptics […]

How to Delete Viewing or Rating History on Netflix


So you want to get rid of your viewing history on Netflix, huh? Not too proud of some of the titles you chose to stream, or just don’t want other members on your account knowing your business? We’ve all been there. It’s actually deceptively easy to get rid of your Netflix history, or specific titles […]