There is a range of ways that you can use Google Keep daily in order to facilitate ease for yourself. Using Google Keep is a common habit amongst people as it helps in storing, filing and developing important and quick notes. Google Keep is an important part of Google’s overall ecosystem and there are many ways you can use it daily.
Google’s famous browser, Chrome, boasts about having an above average security system with a variety of options. You can toggle to get just the right amount of privacy you need and make sure all your information is safely secured.
Are you tired of your Mozilla Firefox browser getting slow and in some situations, crashing when you are in the middle of writing an important project? Have you ever observed your surfing getting slower and slower by each passing day?
Personal data is shared between Google Chrome and Google Server. This is a default setting and can be set to your liking, so that you can browse Chrome with ease and lose privacy in the process. Here we will show what each feature sends to Google – the complete information of the hows and whys. However, disabling many of the options may leave you without some features on Google Chrome – as each option has some advantage to them. It is still better to make knowledgeable decisions, if you want to reduce the amount of data sent to Google.
One of the flagship features of Google Chrome is the ability it grants users to sign in with different profiles with their Google accounts. It allows users to sync their history, apps, bookmarks, and extensions across different PC’s. It’s a lot similar to the features that Mozilla Firefox offers.
The word fingerprinting comes from the forensic analysis of a human hand. These fingerprints are considered markers of human identity as they’re not easy to alter and are durable over the lifetime of an individual. These characteristics make them suitable markers for human identity. In similar fashion, our computers and multimedia devices can be identified and tracked by websites we access on these devices.
Browsing anonymously is one of the biggest preference amongst people these days because privacy matters. Maintaining privacy online is essential in avoiding identity theft, blackmail/extortion, unsolicited selling and marketing and fraud. Therefore, if you want to connect to a web server in which your privacy is concerned, you might want to consider connecting to the INTERNET through a proxy. In order to choose a proxy server, Firefox browser offers you the following options. To access them, open “about:preferences” in a new tab, then head to Advanced -> Network -> Settings….
Mozilla is developing services and trying to enhance the browsing and searching experience of the users on Firefox. Firefox is compatible with all devices including PCs, laptops, tablets, mobile phones and other handheld devices. Firefox has developed a Profile Manager feature for making your experience on Firefox even better and more personalized.
Out of all of the web browsers available, Google Chrome continues to be the most popular browser, a title it won in 2012 and has continued on hold through 2015. Possibly the driving forces behind Google Chrome’s rising popularity is its Incognito Mode and the widespread reputation of Google. There’s also its integration of Chrome into devices, such as Chromebooks and Android based devices.
Firefox browser is known for its high capability of being customizable. The customization is usually referred to the visual part, i.e. changing the order of toolbar elements or adding a new element in the toolbar area. However, the customization can go to much deeper levels. In this short blog post, I will demonstrate how to enhance Firefox browser to fully protect your privacy while keeping an eye open on security side.
QuickFox addon can be easily extended with so called QFN’s extension. To install an extension you need to have QFN version equal or greater than 2.4C. From Tools menu open Add-ons, then find Open add-ons folder link and click on it. Now download an extension and locate it within this folder. Finally, restart your QuickFox Notes.
Firefox is a great browser for many reasons, but one of the most important reasons is how it can be customized. Mozilla has worked hard to ensure the latest versions provide options and features you won’t find without add-ons in other browsers. By making these available by default all users can have the same access without the hassle of installing extensions that may cause compatibility or security concerns. Here we will review all built-in customization options you have when Firefox is installed on your system out of the box:
I saw multiple posts recently where people wanted to know which addons are redundant, so I decided to do some tests and research. Let me know if you want to add or correct something. The following addons will be covered:
It can sometimes be difficult to tell if a web page or domain a link points to is a legit site or not. While the url of the site may give you clues at times, for example if you know it already, it is at other times not possible to determine whether it is secure to visit a site or not based solely on a link.
I haven’t used the Google Toolbar in a few years, but there’s one thing I really miss about it: auto filling forms. With just one click it would automatically fill out a Web form with my name, address, phone number, e-mail address, and/or other information.
FFmpeg is a very powerful and great command line tool used for performing various conversion operations on audio and video files. The good thing about this tool is that it is absolutely free to use. It is available for Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems.
No longer are the days of clicking away from a website just because it’s in a language you don’t know. The need for an accurate translation addon that can be used instantly in a browser is something people have wanted for years. Google™ Translator is the translator addon to have for any browser. From offering 42 different languages to being able to right-click for instant translation, our guide will outline how to use Google™ Translator.
Email notifications have become an essential part of every ones Internet life. Throughout the course of a normal workday, you will browse many tabs and in between all that mess, you have to constantly visit your email web-client occasionally to check for anything new. Extensions and add-ons that keep track of and notify you when you have new email are useful for precisely this: keeping you sane and up-to-date with your emails.