Reviews

The 4 Most Secure Email Providers

In the last decade or so, it’s been common for most users with an online presence to have a free Gmail or Yahoo email address. These users also tend to feel satisfied with the features and functionality afforded to them with these services forgoing the need for a more secure …

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6 Best Online Accounting Software for 2020

If you’re starting a business, whether as a freelancer or solopreneur and can’t quite justify an accountant, one of the ways you can become more organized is by using online accounting software. Not only does it save you hours of bookkeeping time, but it also meets your budget and needs, …

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A Brave Browser Review: Is It the Next Great Browser?

Brave Browser is a free and open-source browser from Brave Software Inc. released in 2016 and built on top of the Chromium web browser that Google’s own Chrome is based on. Brave was created by the creator of JavaScript and co-founder of the Mozilla Project, Brendan Eich, responsible for today’s …

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What are the Best Programming Languages to Learn in 2020?

If you’ve ever found yourself sitting, staring at your monitor wondering “what programming language should I learn today?”, we might just have an answer for you.  With so many different programming languages to choose from it can be a bit of a chore trying to figure out which ones are …

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How to Use Google Adsense for Beginners

A common way to monetize your blog or website is to use Google AdSense. It’s not a get rich quick scheme and can take a long time to earn a significant amount of money. However, knowing how to use Google Adsense can also pay off big time in the long …

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Office 365 vs. G Suite: Which to Choose for Your Business?

For years, Microsoft dominated the collaboration and productivity tech space with desktop apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. These quickly became standard tools for every business. Students were even required to learn these tools in preparation for using them in the professional world. Then Google launched G Suite, a portfolio …

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Tor vs VPN – Should You Use One or Both?

The thought of protecting yourself from hackers, spies, and malicious attacks should be at the forefront of your mind anytime you connect to the internet. This is the prime purpose of both Tor and a VPN. But, when talking about Tor vs VPN, how much do you really know?  When …

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Understanding Types Of RAM Memory & How It’s Used

RAM or Random Access Memory is an incredibly important part of any modern computer. The CPU (central processing unit) of a computer needs data and instructions in order to perform work. That information has to be stored somewhere. The “somewhere” is referred to as computer memory.  There are various types …

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Freeware Versus Shareware – What’s The Difference?

The term freeware was first used nearly four decades ago when Andrew Fluegelman, a programmer, created the PC-Talk program for the IBM PC, although it wasn’t freely distributed initially.  A few months later, Bob Wallace, a Microsoft software developer, developed the PC-Write word processor and called it shareware because it …

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15 Best Websites for Free Clipart Downloads

Ah, clipart! Or is it clip art? This could be as debatable as how to pronounce .gif. We’ve gone through over 25 clipart sites that lay claim to being awesome, and narrowed them down to 15. If you’re looking for free HD images and videos, we’ve got an article for …

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eMMC vs SSD: What’s The Difference?

Long term storage is changing. We’re used to using hard disk drives (HDD) and many of us now have solid-state drives (SSD). But what is the electronic multi-media card (eMMC) and why are we seeing it in laptops instead of SSDs and HDDs?  We already know that SSDs are generally …

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How Do HDMI Splitters Work & Best Ones To Buy

An HDMI splitter is a device used to connect multiple devices to a single source. It does this by taking the HDMI video output from the source, which can be a BluRay Player, Roku, or cable box, and distributing the HDMI signal to multiple devices. The audio and video are …

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