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Chromebooks finally receive custom mouse and keyboard shortcuts

Chromebooks finally receive custom mouse and keyboard shortcuts – By Michael Crider PCWorld
ChromeOS has been adding capabilities to bring it up to speed with other operating systems for…well, for as long as Google has been working on it, which is about 12 years now. The latest update might be of particular interest to anyone who switches between a Chromebook and other devices regularly. It lets you change the keyboard shortcuts and mouse buttons to your liking.

Bitwarden adds a new auto-fill option right inside form fields

Bitwarden adds a new auto-fill option right inside form fields – By Kasey Babcock bitwarden.com
While presenting speed and ease for end users, the auto-fill feature requires a careful, security-minded approach. Because the auto-fill process involves injecting code and DOM elements into pages not controlled by the extension, this is especially important for user security.

Passkeys might really kill passwords

Passkeys might really kill passwords – By David Pierce The Verge
Passkeys: how do they work? No, like, seriously. It’s clear that the industry is increasingly betting on passkeys as a replacement for passwords, a way to use the internet that is both more secure and more user-friendly. But for all that upside, it’s not always clear how we, the normal human users, are supposed to use passkeys. You’re telling me it’s just a thing… that lives on my phone? What if I lose my phone? What if you steal my phone?

Gmail’s unsubscribe button is rolling out on Android

Gmail’s unsubscribe button is rolling out on Android – By Manuel Vonau Android Police
Gmail has long offered a way to quickly unsubscribe from unwanted mass emails in its web app with a button right within the header. Just after this button underwent a design change to become more prominent, Google is finally giving that same option a prominent place in its Gmail Android app.

 

How to Freeze and Unfreeze Your Credit

How to Freeze and Unfreeze Your Credit -By Chip Stapleton Investopedia
Protecting your credit is important since your credit scores can impact your financial life in many ways. A credit freeze is a security measure you might consider if you want to prevent unauthorized people from accessing your credit file. Freezing and unfreezing your credit is a relatively simple process, but it helps to understand how it works to know when it’s the right move.

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