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Privacy Online: Chrome Extensions to Keep Your Browsing Safer
Maintaining your privacy online is part of an overall computing security strategy. If you don't want to go as far as using a Tor network or configure a VPN, here's some Chrome extensions that will help stay private and protect your data while...
eBay Asking Users to Change Password
eBay is the latest online giant to fall prey to a security breach and is asking its users to change their passwords on the site as a security measure. If you're new to eBay or have never changed your password before, here's a step-by-step...
Microsoft Releases Patch for IE Vulnerability for All Versions of Windows Including XP
Microsoft released a patch May 1, 2014, to fix the so-called  Clandestine Fox vulnerability  affecting all versions of Internet Explorer. This fix was expected to be released "out of cycle" – meaning users wouldn't have to wait until the...
Keep Your Devices Protected Against Heartbleed
Heartbleed, an issue which looked like yet another “change your password for this little security flaw” situation, has turned out to be something much more serious. Here's some advice for how to protection yourself and your data...
Microsoft Updating XP Security Essentials For a Limited Time
Microsoft recently ended support for Windows XP, but will still provide updates for Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) for a limited time. This will give XP users a bit more time to keep their computer secure until they can decide their options...
Windows XP is about to die. Now what?
XP will officially be dead to consumers on  April 8th. Microsoft is abandoning XP and will no longer provide OS fixes, patch security holes, or provide support of any kind. As a consumer you have some choices to make if your still running the 13...
Undo Send for Gmail Sent Items
Have you ever sent an email only to say "NO NO NO" seconds after you hit the send button? Or perhaps you wrote a flaming email to someone just to get it off your chest and after you hit the send button that voice pops up in your head and says...
Google+ Now Allows Anyone to Email You, Here's How To Opt Out
Google  recently announced  that Gmail users will be able to email all of their Google+ connections, even if they don't have their email address. The feature is currently being rolled out to all Gmail users. What does this mean? Well, if someone...
How To Download Your Gmail and Google Calendar Data
http://www.groovypost.com Google announced that Gmail and Google Calendar data will now be available for users to download and back up. A great idea, as backing up your data is a top priority, and more and more of our data is in Google’s...
Word 2013 : How to Configure Grammar and Style Settings
Microsoft Word 2013 comes with basic Grammar checking enabled. If you know where to look however, you can also turn on additional style and readability checks. Get started by Clicking File, Options. Click Proofing and scroll down to the Grammar...
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