by Tony Rushin 773 million email addresses and passwords were widely distributed by the “bad guys” in January, 2019. The set – dubbed Collection #1 – came from over 2,000 hacked databases.   If you already have a password manager – we recommend LastPass – and use 2-factor authentication (2FA), skip to the bottom of…

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By: Blaine Williams Windows File History is a built-in Windows tool (introduced in Windows 8) that provides end users with the functionality to restore local files to previously modified versions. This tool can also be used to restore deleted files within the Windows operating system. As a prerequisite to enabling Windows File History, you’ll need…

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by David Gracey The Apple Watch 4 was released a few months ago, back in the fall of 2018. The Fitbit Heart Rate monitor I had used during workouts had recently been acting up, so a new one was on my radar.  When Apple announced the 4, I thought it was time to take the leap. An…

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By: Kristen Evangelista If you are a parent, you know the worry that comes with it as the children get older, become more independent and spend more time away from home. The worrying will never stop, because that’s what parents do, however this app will let you know where friends and family are at all…

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By Courtney Rose If you’re like me and rely heavily on navigation devices to help you navigate unfamiliar places, or use it to plan the clearest and fastest route to your destination, Google Maps has plenty of great features to help you get where you’re going! One of the features I like to use is…

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