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How to Delete Metadata from Photos Before Posting Online

The photos you snap with modern digital cameras, including the one(s) on your smartphone, often include personal information, such as your location, your camera model, and even names. Known as EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) data, or ‘Metadata’, the information is embedded into each image and could compromise your privacy. So to help your enhance […]
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How to Schedule Batch Files in Windows 10 [Guide]

Batch files are typically used to automate repetitive tasks in Windows computers, and the ability to schedule those tasks to run at designated times make it a powerful productivity tool. Today, we will learn how to schedule batch files in Windows 10 using the built-in Task Scheduler utility. Even if you’re not an advanced user, […]
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10 Best Screen Recording Extensions for Google Chrome (2021)

Google finally added a native screen recorder to Chrome OS a few months ago, enabling users to capture screen recordings on Chromebooks. However, you still don’t get a native screen recording option with the Chrome browser on Windows, not even one that’s hidden behind a flag. That said, you can easily add that functionality to […]
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How to Restore Missing Features in Windows 10 (2021)

Windows can be infuriating at times, with every update bringing its fair share of bugs, problems and vulnerabilities. Often, important features go missing after a problematic update, making it difficult to get the most out of your computer. So if you’re looking to restore some important functionalities in Windows 10, you’ve come to the right […]
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How to Transfer Google Play Music Library to YouTube Music

Google officially pulled the plug on Play Music this week as the culmination of a long-winded process that began last year. However, folks still using the service can easily transfer all their content, including songs, albums, playlists, purchases, uploads, personalized recommendations and liked/disliked songs, to YouTube Music. The transfer can be done from Android devices, […]
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Xbox Live Vulnerability Allowed Hackers to View Any User’s Email Address

A serious vulnerability in Xbox Live reportedly allowed hackers to see the e-mail ID of anybody who used the service. That’s according to multiple cyber-security researchers who claimed to have discovered the loophole and reported it to Microsoft. The vulnerability has since been patched server-side, and Microsoft has issued a statement saying that users don’t […]
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Google Faces Fresh Antitrust Probe in the UK Over Ad Data Revamp Plans

Following a number of investigations over alleged monopolistic trade practices in India, the US, EU and various other regions around the world, Google is now facing yet another antitrust probe, this time in the UK, over its data collection practices. According to AP, UK’s antitrust watchdog, Competition and Markets Authority, initiated its investigation after receiving […]
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‘Ghimob’ Android Trojan Lets Hackers Make Fraudulent Transactions Remotely

A new banking trojan called Ghimob has reportedly been infecting mobile devices across the world, targeting financial apps from banks, fintechs, exchanges and cryptocurrencies. The remote access trojan (RAT) is said to have been deployed by the same Brazilian hacking syndicate that operates a well-known Latin American banking malware, Guildma. Originally detailed by cyber-security firm, […]
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TikTok Announces $200 Million ‘Creator Fund’

TikTok has announced a $200 million fund for creators on the platform. Called the ‘TikTok Creator Fund‘, it will benefit creators who meet certain eligibility criteria. To be eligible, creators must be at least 18, have a minimum number of followers and post original content in line with the company’s community guidelines. The fund is […]
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