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Microsoft’s Sway app will now save your hard work from deletion

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Now users of Microsoft’s new Sway presentation app can rest easier knowing their work will not get accidentally deleted, thanks to a set of new features the company released Friday.

When users go and delete a Sway that they’re working on, it’s sent to the service’s Recycle Bin, where it can be recovered within 30 days, rather than disappearing forever right off the bat. It’s good news for users who put hours of work into creating presentations by using Sway, only to have them disappear in the blink of an eye when users clicked or tapped the wrong button. Read more…

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Simple Steps to Boost your Mac’s Performance

Feel like your Mac runs slower than it used to be? Wonder what can you do to keep it at the peak performance? For many Mac novices they may not know how to optimize their laptops in daily life and subsequently some unnecessary issues arise to slow down the speed of OS X operating system. Here are some tips to speed up your Mac.

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Taking pictures with Microsoft Selfie—the newly launched Microsoft App

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Microsoft is always connected with words like computer software, consumer electronics, personal services, office software as a multinational technology company. Each time when Microsoft come into my sight, it always reminds me of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and some applications usually used in my daily life. But if you thought that Microsoft Corporation mainly develop applications like Microsoft Office Suite, you were wrong. In fact the company specialize in various application building. Addition to office software, Microsoft launched an App called Microsoft Selfie, which enables users to take selfies carrying the similar function like YouCam, Facetune.

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Hackers target toy maker VTech, make off with customer data

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VTech, a company perhaps best known for its educational toys, confirmed on Saturday that they was the target of a successful data breach.

According to a statement published on VTech’s site, hackers made it to the user database for the company’s Learning Lodge – an app store of sorts specifically for VTech’s educational toys – and made off with names, email addresses, mailing addresses, encrypted passwords, and responses to those “secret” questions you have to answer in case you forget your password. According to the company, hackers also absconded with users’ IP addresses and download histories. Read more…

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7 tips for using free WiFi hotspots

WiFi is more and more important in our daily life. There are more and more free WiFi Zones open in the public. Even though there are still internet ports on laptops and desktops, many people ignore them and turn to use the WiFi connection.

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Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2016: A powerful virus protection built for your PC!

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2016 is the latest version of Kaspersky’s antivirus engine. It is more accurate and more reliable than ever as its unprecedented antivirus feature. Independent testing labs always rate Kaspersky software near the top of the list, occasionally at the top. If you don’t believe my words, just check out AV Comparative’ report by yourself.

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Why Should We Use A VPN Service?

When it comes to privacy, NSA and alike, the term of VPN tends to do a little bit of everything — in the meantime, this results in the some starters struggling to get to the best parts that become fruitful. If you too want to protect your sensitive data and go through everything at the same time, you’d be taking a closer at this post.

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Lenovo will lay off 3,200 non-productive workers as PC sales cut down

There are always competition either between the enterprises or between the employees. Lenovo Group reported in its first quarterly financial report, it will continue to improve productive efficiency and cut down the unnecessarily expenses as it faces the sales drop rapidly for personal PC and commercial PC.

Therefore, Lenovo plans to cut down about 3,200 non-productive workers on a global scale. This number takes up 10 % of its non-productive workers and 5 % of 60,000 global workers.

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Control the Wheelchair with the Tongue

For those disabled people without limbs, it is so difficult to control the wheelchair on their own. In this regard, the scientists have come up with a solution. With the new system created by the scientists from the Georgia institute of technology, wearing a hole in the tongue together with the APP on the iPod, the handicapped will be able to control the wheelchair with their tongue. Read more…

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Coolwebsearch.com Redirect Virus – Remove Cool Websearch Browser Hijacker

Coolwebsearch.com is a malicious website which will hijack your web browser and modify the default settings of the home page on your computer. If you have visited the Coolwebsearch.com then your PC probably has been infected by the virus. This kind of virus will redirect you to the home page of Cool Websearch and show you fake search results when you try to search for some specific products. All of the links it displays for you are commercial. Every time you open the web browser you will receive great numbers of advertisements pops-up on the PC screen. Remember that you had better do not click on the links in the search result because they might be high risky website. If you visit the website showed by the Cool Websearch you would get more PC threats on your computer. Most of the ads content was related to commodity sales promotion, showing up with flashing words or pictures in order to attract the ignorant users then induce them to click on the ads links and visit the corresponding websites.
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The coolwebsearch.com was created as an advertising platform for advertisers to promote goods and services so that it could make a profit from them. All the add-ons of Cool Websearch should be cleaned up immediately if you have installed any previously because the publishers of this browser hijacker will steal your Internet surfing habit and monitor every steps you behavior on the website. If you shop online then you perhaps will lose the credit card passwords and other account information. Also the hijackers even can control your computer remotely to achieve their illegal purpose if you keep the add-ons of this redirect virus on the PC system.

Coolwebsearch.com redirect virus can be removed manually. Of course, some users would like to use the PC security software to terminate and delete this browser hijacker however, some of the anti-virus programs are unable to completely remove the malicious registry entries added by the Cool Web Search. If you want to get rid of the browser hijacker and restore your computer to the previous state then you should remove everything brought by this virus and reset your web browser settings. Juts follow the removal instructions as below to completely clean out the annoying redirect virus. Read more…

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