For years interactive graphics on the internet were powered by Adobe’s Flash. But, today its rein is coming to a close. Let’s learn what happened to this once staple of the internet and how we move on.
Malicious emails have gotten good, like really good. They can make any email look authentic, but is it? Let’s follow a trail left by a malicious email and discover tactics attackers use.
If your looking to buy Office you have two options: buy the latest version out right or purchase a subscription that gives you so much more. Let’s find out which is best for you!
Microsoft Office may be the industry standard when you’re at work but does it make sense to pay $70 a year for a copy at home? Take a look at these free alternatives and see if one works for you!
Apple has made the BIG decision to leave Intel in the past and move forward with Apple Silicon. This means BIG improvements are coming to new Macs. Now lets answer some questions on what this means for your beloved Mac.
All browsers are different. They each come with a different set of exclusive features that make them each different. There are also some features that they have in common and that’s what I will be talking about today.
In 2020 the world runs off of the internet. You probably don’t realize it but you use this software probably everyday. So what is a browser? How does this app that you use everyday work?
You could use your mobile Safari to check your mail through your provider’s website. But which can be hard because sometimes mobile sited can be hard to use. There are many apps that you can use to manage your email accounts on your iOS device that keep you from having to use your browser. Look no further than the Mail app. Connect as many email accounts as you have and need.
You could use Safari to check your mail through your provider’s website. But that could a lot of hassle because you always have a tab open and it just gets in the way. There are many apps that you can use to manage your email accounts on your Mac that keep you from having to use your browser. Look no further than the Mail app. Connect as many email accounts as you have and need.