Computers

How to Make Your Chromebook as Safe as Possible

Considered as one of the most secure consumer-focused operating systems, Chromebook makes us impressed by its inherent security features. However, you may be more surprised because Chromebook can even keep

Customize Trackpad Gestures Using BetterTouchTool

If you are using a Mac, you might know the BetterTouchTool, which allows you to bind any gesture that you can think of. With the tool, you can also create gesture

How to reinstall Windows 10 Home in S mode

There are recovery images provided by Microsoft for Windows Surface users, which allow resetting your Surface as if it was out of the box. The process needs a USB drive

How to Download Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Beta

The PS4 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 beta will be available this weekend, and PS4 gamers can start playing the new Call of Duty ahead of its official release

Best 2018 MacBook Pro 13.3 Inch Alternatives

If you can’t afford a 2018 MacBook Pro 13.3 inch, or you simply don’t like the design on this 2018 MacBook Pro model, here are the best 2018 MacBook Pro

Top 5 UltraBooks in 2018

Laptops are getting thinner and thinner every year, serving as a great companion on the go. Ultrabooks have been in the fight against Apple MacBook Air lineup of laptops for

Firefox 59 update: 3 exciting features you can get now

Firefox ranks among the best web browsers out there. Firefox has its own ground in the web browser market where Google Chrome now dominates. The company has never stopped improving

CES 2018: The best new products for the enterprise

CES is the world’s largest show for consumer electronics, a gathering place where big tech giants show off their upcoming products and techs. However, CES is not only an ideal

CES 2018: Everything Samsung announced at the event

CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is one of the world’s largest shows for consumer technologies, offering users a preview of what’s best of tech giants. Samsung is among the tech giants

How to secure your Windows PC from viruses and malware

Windows PC has been the target of hackers for years. What they do is explore security vulnerabilities found in Windows to ask for ransom. Microsoft has been working pretty hard