Firefox is the leader in security and privacy. It also had a major interface redesign. Along with this they have made huge strides in the memory consumption. What have won over millions of users is Firefox is the customization possibilities that you are allowed to do. With this customization tool, you are in control of the browser toolbars. Don’t forget the fast performance either that everyone loves.
Internet Explorer 11:
IE11 is now available for Windows 7 and 8, unfortunately not for Vista or XP. This latest version is faster, trimmer and far more compliant with HTML5. This is a huge improvement for Microsoft. IE includes tab-pinning and leading hardware acceleration and supports WebGL and SPDY but not WebRTC. A great privacy tool includes Do Not Track enabled by default and Tracking Protection feature.
Here are some tips on the known and unknown aspects of your WiFi network. These tools will provide you the basic wireless details such as SSIDs, channels, signal strength, and security status.
Acrylic WiFi for Windows offers non-commercial use. There is no saving or moving functionally except for a feature that will allow you to post a screenshot of Twitter. Both non-commercial use and paid/commercial version support a monitor or promiscuous mode to capture more traffic and also has a built in simple brute-force password cracking utility to test the security password. Although the free edition has a simple but yet attractive and user friendly GUI.
AirGrab WiFi Radar for Mac OS X is one that is a free based WiFi stumbler although there is an optional free registration is required to get rid of their snag screen. The GUI displays the networks and the graphs in a more complex and different way rather than the usual stumblers. During the trouble shooting there the WiFi router shows the noise level which is very helpful.
Cain and Abel for Windows is a multi-purpose password recovery and cracking applications that also features WiFi stumbling, sniffing, and cracking tools. It does have an older look and touch to it. In addition to the typical SSID and signal info, you can also see a list and details of connected clients.
A few weeks after the launch of the Apple Watch they got their hands on supply issues. After being completely focused on the design and the wearable watch some great features are the Apple Watch find your iPhone. Which is always great because who doesn’t misplace their phones? Unlike your iPhone, you can hold you wrist up and say “Hey Siri”, since there is no home button to reach Siri. For those who hate their alarms and dislike the noise it gives off, if you have an Apple Watch, you’re in luck! No loud noises in the morning to wake you up, it’s now a simulating gentle tap on your wrist. Happy sleeping! Moving on to screenshots, it is very similar to your iPhone, where you hold down the home button and lock button. With the Apple Watch you hold down the side button and the digital crown. Stock messages are always a helping hand, to write stock messages responses you launch your Apple Watch on you iPhone, once this is open, you can go to the messages setting and select Default Replies to apply your desired changes.
ADrive may not be very well known but it offers 50GB of free cloud storage which is an amazing deal. Along with this there is a small catch. The catch is being advertiser-supported platform so you can storage a lot but you also get the ads that come along with this.
100GB plans start at $2.50 per month or $25 per year.
Along with this it offers sharing and backup but its business and enterprise account offer encryption and multi-user access.
iCloud on the other is very well known for being an Apple product. iCloud is offering 5GB of free storage. Beyond this, there is Bitcasa offering 1TB of storage for $10 per month or the 10TB for $99 per month or $999 per month.
Box is another well-known cloud storage place. Box is offering 10GB of free cloud storage. It does offer a number of plans but for a basic single user free plan comes with 10GB of storage and a 250MB file upload size limit.
For the “starter” package for $5 per month it comes with 100GB of storage and 2GB file size limit for up to 10 users.
On the other hand which is the business, for $15 per month, this includes unlimited storage with 5GB file size limit.
Copy offers 15GB of free storage. Copy is a cloud serviced by Barracuda Networks, which is an IT company specializing in security and storage.
For $5 per month or $49 per year users can get 250GB of storage.
Although Outlook 2011 for Mac Exchange client is not as great as its Windows, it’s the best Outlook client for Mac users have received from Microsoft. Below are just a few tips to improve your Outlook 2011 experience.
To avoid poor performance when using Outlook 2001, managing the number of items you have in your most common folders, such as your inbox, tasks, calendar, sent, and deleted items. Also, don’t forget your personal folders that are also used commonly. There are several factors that come into play which are client’s proximity to the server, the number of users the storage infrastructure, the number of restricted views, and the load on the hard disks.
One tip that Microsoft recommends is that you maintain a range of 2,500 to 5,000 items in a folder. Don’t forget you can also create top level folders or create subfolders under sent items, inbox, and deleted.
There are two parts to JUMP, which are the camera and the assembler. GoPro announced that they will be the first company to build a Jump compatible rig. This will basically be a 16 camera wheel that captures a 360 degrees of imagery. Google then takes the imagery and distributes the dead spots and depth into one contiguous video experience. After that, the video goes up on YouTube.
Jump should be hitting the market this summer around the same time as the GoPro rig. Users can view all Jump content via YouTube on a $20 Google Cardboard.