Windows 8’s Family Safety features allow you to monitor your children’s computer usage, get weekly reports, set time limits for computer use, filter inappropriate websites, block children from using certain applications, and more.
Depending on the settings you chose when you originally set up Windows 8 you may have given apps access to your location. While it may help in some situations like using the Maps app a lot of people prefer privacy. Read on to find out how to claim your privacy back in Windows 8.
Your computer’s Central Processing Unit (CPU) and Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) interact every moment you’re using your computer to deliver you a crisp and responsive visual interface. Read on to better understand how they work together.
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Consider that pressing concern you’d go through the day without hearing a geeky tune belted out by a floppy drive vanquished; we present to you: The Ghostbuster’s Theme in the tune of floppy.
The number of sites we’re all using is increasing and, for most of us, the number of passwords we’re using is decreasing. Read on to see how you’re at risk and what you can do.
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