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How to Edit Screenshots in Firefox

As you may know, Mozilla Firefox version 56 and above for desktop has a built-in screenshot tool. You can capture part of the screen, full screen or entire webpage with this tool. In Firefox version 59 significantly improves the Screenshots feature by letting you edit the images you capture. Here is how to edit screenshot in Firefox 59.
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How to Use CloudFlare 1.1.1.1 DNS on Computer and Smartphone

Most of the web surfers and smartphone users might have heard about CloudFlare 1.1.1.1 DNS. It is said to be faster than (according to CloudFlare) the popular OpenDNS and Google Public DNS. Cloudflare is mainly focusing on the privacy, so you can ensure a more secure web surfing. Setting up CloudFlare 1.1.1.1 DNS is simple. Here is how it is for newbie.

How to Setup and Use Opera’s Free Unlimited Built-in VPN on Your Computer

In this tutorial, we show you how to set up and use Opera’s built-in free, unlimited VPN on your computer. VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) are the best way to protect your identity online, secure sensitive communications and bypass geographical restrictions that stop you accessing some websites. However, many users facing issue in setting up a secure VPN connection and some of you may not like to pay for the service. Opera browser solves both issues.

How to Update Windows 10 to New Version 1511, Build 10586

In this guide, we will let you know how to update Windows 10 to the new version (Version 1511, Build 10586). Microsoft has released the new software update for Windows 10 with new features and performance enhancements, but many users have not received the update until today for various reasons. Here is how to solve the issue.

Firefox Now Blocks Ads and Tracking Scripts and Load Webpages More Faster

Good news for Firefox browser fans. Firefox now blocks ads and tracking scripts and load webpages more faster. This feature will be activated automatically when you use Private Browsing mode. To get this feature, you should update your Firefox browser to latest version (v 42.0) and use it in private browsing mode.

How to Disable Flash Content in Microsoft’s Edge Browser in Windows 10

Your favorite browsers, Chrome and Firefox now block Flash content on web pages (at least some) by default for security reasons, but this does not apply if you are using Microsoft’s new Edge browser in Windows 10. Microsoft’s Edge is the fastest browser out there and easy to configure everything.

If you are new to Microsoft’s Edge browser and want to disable Flash content in Edge, read on to know how it is. It is very easy to configure Edge’s settings to stop Flash posing a security risk or annoying you with loud adverts.
How to disable Flash Content in Edge 1. Open Edge and tap or click the ‘three dots’ icon in the top-right corner of the browser.

2. Tap or click Settings, scroll down and select ‘View advanced settings’.

3. Switch the ‘Use Adobe Flash Player’ option to Off. You can also block pop-ups here.


Hope this simple tip will help you prevent any security risk by Flash content while using your favorite Edge Browser.

How to Replace Bing Search with Google Search in Windows 10 Cortana Search

As all Windows 10 users know, the new OS features a brand new search box within the task bar accompanied by Microsoft’s virtual assistant Cortana. The new search box allows you to search for files and apps on your computer, as well as search for websites on the internet. For internet searching, Windows 10 uses Microsoft’s Bing Search engine, but many users like Google search engine.