Many sites use HTTPS to encrypt information between the client (you) and the website's server. Think about your bank websites, online stores, social media sites, etc. Almost any site that requires you to login or provide private personal information will encrypt it using HTTPS. Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 10 adds support for an encryption [...]
If you're new to Windows 10 you've probably noticed that Microsoft has replaced Internet Explorer with their new Microsoft Edge browser. While Microsoft Edge comes with many enhancements over the old Internet Explorer, some websites could still have issues with the new browser. I recently ran into an issue accessing a Microsoft Exchange server's Outlook [...]
Now that Windows 10 has been out for a while, many users are reporting issues about slowdowns with their internet. If you have Windows 10 slow internet speed, some of these might help get you back to what you're used to. If your Windows 10 is running slow in general (apps, etc), try these tips! [...]
Some new users to Windows 10 have reported issues of not being able to adjust the brightness control. I'll tell you how to fix the Windows 10 brightness control not working. It is related to a driver issue. - Go to Start Menu > Search and type Device Manager. - Then launch the Device Manager [...]
Today, Facebook announced its latest redesign of the news feed. Zuckerberg said that the idea behind the new design is based on a more visual theme and that they wanted to make the News Feed look more like the personalized newspaper front page. Their three focal points are rich stories, choice of feeds, and mobile consistency.
ebay (yes, ebay, not eBay anymore) has unveiled its new look today along with some new features. First of all, they decided to change their logo, which was actually announced last month. The new site is centered more around pictures and less around text, making it visually appealing since people enjoy pictures over reading. Another [...]
Google has been beta testing an Apache module, dubbed Mod_Pagespeed since 2010. It's an open-source module that can automatically optimize your web pages to improve download and rendering speeds. If you have your site hosted at places like DreamHost or GoDaddy, they've already been using this module for a while now. With this announcement, Google [...]