Best Practices for Ensuring Webcam Privacy on Windows

Digital privacy is of utmost importance to all of us, but it sometimes tends to take a backseat in this ever connected world of gadgets, apps, and online services. Fantastic tools as they are, webcams can be misused by malicious apps for spying and gathering data without your consent. In this post, we will cover …

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How to Add a Windows-Like Taskbar and Start Menu to Ubuntu

Linux on desktop has improved by leaps and bounds in the past few years, and Ubuntu remains one of the most popular Linux distributions out there. There’s never been a better time to consider switching from Windows to Ubuntu, though the GNOME desktop coupled with Ubuntu’s own customization might seem a bit unfamiliar at first. …

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How to Delete Bookmarks, Passwords, and Other Data from Major Browsers

If you’ve recently switched web browsers and are happy with your choice, it’s a good idea to consider removing all data saved in your old browser. This is especially important if you use the syncing feature that’s built into most browsers these days, as this means sensitive data like history, bookmarks, passwords, etc., might be …

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Best Practices for Camera Privacy on Android

With smartphones increasingly becoming our closest “companions”, it is more important than ever to ensure that they are not compromising our security and privacy. In this post, we will cover some useful tips for restricting camera usage on your Android smartphone only for intended purposes. Smartphone cameras have one major caveat compared to laptops – …

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How to Substitute Fonts in Firefox for Windows without Extensions (Bye Arial!)

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Update on July 25, 2021: Firefox 90 has re-introduced the problem. You can fix the issue by following steps mentioned in this Firefox support thread. Update on June 19, 2021: Firefox 89.0.1 has FIXED whatever issue was introduced in Firefox 89.0. Below steps are working again! Update on June 5, 2021: These steps no longer …

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