Windows Fast Startup is a feature that lets you boot your PC quicker than normal bootup. Introduced with Windows 8 in 2016, it now comes with all the succeeding Windows operating systems, including Windows 10. Nowadays, a fast startup comes pre-enabled from the manufacturers, so most users won’t even know about it. But do not
Facial recognition technology is being increasingly scrutinized as a threat to privacy, with its use by law enforcement and in public places. But it’s not only outside that you need to worry about facial recognition. Companies like Google are starting to make smart home devices which use facial recognition too. One Google device has a
Social networks offer a stream of updates from your family and friends or people you follow. But the feed you see isn’t chronological. Instead, the social networks try to figure out what you’d like to see first, and show that instead. However, algorithmic feeds mean you’ll miss some updates you might want to see. Which
Windows 10 is a definite improvement over previous versions in many ways—but it can also feel slow and sluggish when it isn’t configured properly. Of the many ways to improve Windows 10 performance, there’s one lesser-known feature that you should know about: SuperFetch. In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know about what
Mozilla Firefox has long been the mainstream browser with the biggest focus on privacy. While Google’s wildly popular Chrome collects all sorts of information about your browsing to serve you more relevant ads, Firefox hasn’t had such a purpose. But with the recently-launched Firefox 60, you’ll start seeing “sponsored stories” on the New Tab page.
Have you ever tried to install a second operating system alongside Windows? Depending on what you tried to install, you might have encountered the UEFI Secure Boot feature. If Secure Boot doesn’t recognize the code you’re trying to install, it will stop you. Secure Boot is handy for preventing malicious code running on your system.