What do we pay for having any information “freely” just a single click away? Search engines are privacy nightmares; the way out is inconclusive.
How to set up your browser for user privacy (Firefox, Brave, Edge, Safari, Chrome, Chromium, Icecat): a step by step guide for each browser
Even the popular browsers known for privacy need a few tweaks here and there. Let’s see how to configure them easily and properly.
Apple OS X shortcomings got you down? Read some Windows 10 blog posts to cheer up
The price of a working computer on the “free” Windows 10? Two hours out of your life and storing all of your files on Microsoft’s servers.
Intelligent Defaults vs TeamworkPM’s Management of Message Subscriptions
Intelligent defaults are at the core of brilliant software. You shouldn’t have to micromanage your projects or your software.
Is Microsoft paying comment spammers to promote Bing?
Why are comments spammers out there promoting Bing.com with the anchor text “search engines”? Even stranger, with Gmail return addresses.
Microsoft AdCenter Setup for Mac Users
A look at setting Microsoft AdCenter up for Mac users.
Detoxing a Windows Box: Getting Rid of Autorun Entries, Cleaning the System Tray
Detoxing a Windows Box – a systematic approach. Start by emptying the System Tray and then get rid of all the auto run entries.
Price of Antitrust: $4 billion and climbing
Microsoft, embraced, extended and extinguished through the eighties and nineties. In the end it turns, out Microsoft has paid more than $4.2 billion in antitrust and patent infringements, not counting the impending EU (European Union) settlement.