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How to block Cortana on Windows 10?

Microsoft has designed its digital personal assistant “Cortana” essentially for Windows 10 with every major update. Apart from finding your PC, it shows notifications, can send emails, set alarms, and do all of that using your tone. Some might seem it too disturbing though, and...

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Think Twice before Opening an Email Attachment

An email attachment is but the mystery box of the cyber world. You never know what might come out of it! In this blog post, we have discussed the risks email attachments contain, and some safety methods on how to handle the same. The Biggest...

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Facebook Posts every user you must never click

Facebook is one of the most popular online social media where users share their humor, love, agony, and all types of emotions. And in the distribution of all such emotions, cyber hackers slide in their hacking skills in the form of unwanted or potentially infected...

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Learn to Clear Browsing History on Exit?

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There are steps given below in this document that will guide you to delete Internet browser history upon exiting. Deleting Internet browser history upon exiting may help to protect your privacy, but it will slightly slow down your overall Internet experience because cached files and...

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What makes a PC run slower than a Tortoise?

Has your PC become slow with time? Or does it appear as if it is running in an ultra, slow motion video? This post provides data about some of the most common issues that slow down your PC with time. Why can a Tortoise beat...

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How to Allow and Use Game Mode on Windows 10?

Microsoft has launched Game Mode with Windows 10 Creators Update that is meant to help optimize your PC’s gaming skill. It does this by reallocating your device resources towards the game app. At the simultaneous time, Game Mode also stops any other programs from hogging...

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Why is Network Protection Important for Business?

As technology is reaching to new heights, malware designers are getting more refined in designing nastier malware to attack businesses. Large firms take sufficient measures to protect their network. This, but, is not usually the reason with small and medium-sized businesses – a fact that...

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