Google Drive rolling out new default ‘Home’ page on the web – By Abner Li 9to5Google
Back in May, Google Drive started testing a new default homepage on the web that automatically suggests files, as well as folders, and it’s now rolling out.
Why Does Email with a Lot of BCC’ed Recipients Bounce? – By Ask Leo! YouTube
What is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) and How Does It Work? – Fbi john
Today, the need for robust security measures has never been more critical. “What is two-factor authentication?” you may ask. Two-factor authentication (2FA) and multi-factor authentication (MFA) have emerged as vital components in the fight against cyber threats, providing an extra layer of protection for sensitive systems and data.
What Are Passkeys and Why Are Tech Giants Embracing Them? – By Chris Morris nasdaq.com
You’ve likely been hearing the term “passkey” frequently in the past few months whenever you try to log in to pretty much any service owned by one of the tech giants.
How to Copy, Cut, and Paste on a Windows PC – By Benj Edwards How-To Geek
Copy, cut, and paste are three basic operations that every Windows user should know by heart. The concepts behind them apply to nearly every application you’ll ever use. Here’s how they work.
How to hide files and folders on Chromebooks – By Parth Shah Android Police
When you use a top Chromebook for personal or work purposes, you may have important files saved on it. It’s essential to protect these confidential files from prying eyes. Aside from adding a device passcode, you can add an extra layer of security by hiding files and folders on Chromebooks.
Everything You Need to Know About Printing From Your Android Phone or Tablet – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
If you’re an Android newcomer, printing probably seems like a no brainer: click a menu, tap a command. But if you’re a longtime Android user, you probably remember how printing from your mobile got its start. The good news is it’s easier than ever to print from your Android device.
Storing Passkeys – bitwarden.com
Passkeys can be stored and used with the Bitwarden password manager vault. Using the Bitwarden browser extension, users can log in to their favorite apps and websites that have passkey login capability. Passkeys are a safe, passwordless alternative for users to log into services across their devices.
How Does Undo Send Work? – By Ask Leo! YouTube
How to switch from Windows to ChromeOS – By Stephen Perkins Android Police
Windows is an operating system widely used for entertainment, work, school, and gaming. It has a worldwide appeal for offering a user experience tailored to your needs using premade or custom-built computers. At the same time, Windows is synonymous with viruses, malware, and other infections that plague its users daily.
How to Delete Your Old Online Accounts (and Why You Should) – By Chris Hoffman How-To Geek
You’ve probably signed up for a lot of online services that you no longer use. Most of those accounts probably still exist, and they likely contain a mix of your personal data, identity details, and credit card numbers. Don’t leave juicy targets lying around for attackers.
Passkeys Explained: How They Work, And Why You Should Use Them – By Nadeem Sarwar SlashGear
The idea is here that no one, except the owner of a device and the services running on it, should be able to access them. In doing so, you are protected from advanced forms of attacks such as one-time code interception or any other intermediary step linked to your preferred two-step authentication measure.
Fake Bitwarden sites push new ZenRAT password-stealing malware – By Ionut Ilascu BleepingComputer
Fake Bitwarden sites are pushing installers purportedly for the open-source password manager that carry a new password-stealing malware that security researchers call ZenRAT.
What are passkeys? The life-changing magic of going passwordless – By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes ZDNet
You’re probably someone with a lot of passwords in their life. Even with the help of password managers, passwords are becoming more and more of a burden for most people.
Understanding Routers, Switches, and Network Hardware – By Jason Fitzpatrick How-To Geek
Today we’re taking a look at the home networking hardware: what the individual pieces do, when you need them, and how best to deploy them. Read on to get a clearer picture of what you need to optimize your home network.