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5 Unnecessary Windows Programs You Can Uninstall

Over time, software that was once vital to have on your PC becomes out of date. Perhaps the developers no longer support it, or it's been superseded by other apps.

Whatever the case, many people keep software installed that they don't really need. In some cases, this can even be dangerous if these programs have security holes.

8 Useful Features in the Windows 10 Settings Menu

While the old Control Panel interface still exists in Windows 10, the main way to control preferences and options is through the Settings app. It holds all kinds of toggles and tweaks to help you make your computer run just as you want it.

The Settings app has far too many options to discuss in one article, so we'll examine some of its most useful options today.

What’s New in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update?

After a few delays, the latest version of Windows 10, the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, is ready. While it doesn't pack a ton of new features, it has some enhancements to existing tools and a few new tricks to try out.

Let's take a tour of what the latest Windows 10 update has to offer.

5 Great Microsoft Word Tips for Better Productivity

Many people use Microsoft Word every day for their job or personal tasks, but few take advantage of its depth of features. If you use Word all the time, it pays to know the most useful tricks to get more out of it.

Below are some tips to help make Word more efficient, powerful, and reliable.

Meet DuckDuckGo, the Private Alternative to Google

There's no question that Google is the most popular search engine by a mile. It hovers around 90% usage share, making other engines like Bing and Yahoo nearly irrelevant. But while Google powerful, it isn't perfect.

One of the biggest criticisms of the service is how much data Google collects about you from what you search.

3 Important Safety Tips When Using Public Computers

Between laptops, smartphones, and tablets, you probably get online with your own devices most of the time. But at times, you might have to use a public computer.

Maybe your phone's battery died, your laptop won't connect to the Wi-Fi, or you run into some other problem.

How Do Websites Keep Your Password Secure?

Every website you create an account with requires at least a username and password. Since passwords are sensitive information, what measures do websites take to make sure your password doesn't fall into the wrong hands?

As it turns out, this is an important topic because of the security breaches that happen all too often.

The Benefits and Drawbacks of Single Sign-On

Single sign-on is a handy access control feature offered by a lot of services and websites. It certainly provides convenience and has benefits for both users and administrators, but there are some drawbacks to consider too.

Let's take a look at what single sign-on is and some reasons for and against using it.

Why You Should Use a Password Manager Like 1Password

Passwords protect every account, from email, to banking, social media, and more. It's thus vital to do everything you can to make sure you use strong passwords that don't fall into the wrong hands.

We've looked before at the importance of password security and mentioned that everyone should use a password manager.