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Why Two-Factor Authentication Matters for Your Website Security

Why Two-Factor Authentication Matters for Your Website Security (And How to Use It) – By Activate managewp.com
Your WordPress website security is only as strong as the tools and measures you implement to safeguard it. So if you’re not using two-factor authentication (2FA), you’re leaving your passwords and sensitive information at risk.


Simple Hassle Free Ways to Protect Your Online Accounts – By AnneH timeatlas.com
Recently, I met a friend who looked stressed. He returned home from work only to find out that someone had broken into his online accounts. Naturally, he was concerned about the data, but also the amount of time it would take to fix the problem. I told him an easy way to reduce the risk of account breaches is to use something called “two factor authentication” or 2FA.

 

How to make Microsoft Edge always show the favorites bar

How to make Microsoft Edge always show the favorites bar – By Ciprian Adrian Rusen digitalcitizen.life
By default, Microsoft Edge does not always show the Favorites bar with the websites that you want to keep at hand, for easy access. However, in Windows 10 April 2018 Update, it does show it when you open a new tab. If you want to make this web browser display the Favorites bar, at all times, here is how it is done:

Chromecast with Google TV tips:

Chromecast with Google TV tips: 10 essential tricks you need to know [Video] – By Damien Wilde 9to5Google

Google decided that the Chromecast needed its own unique flavor of Android TV to properly compete with the best streaming sticks on the market, which means quite a big shift in how you use the device. We — like many of you out there reading — have been using Chromecast with Google TV for a few months and have some tips and tricks that we think you really need to know.

How to Sync Wi-Fi Passwords between Chromebooks and Android

How to Sync Wi-Fi Passwords between Chromebooks and Android – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek

The idea is simple: If you sign in to a Wi-Fi network on your Android phone, your Chromebook will automatically know the password as well. This works in the other direction, too. The devices share Wi-Fi credentials as long as you’re using both with the same Google account.