Twitter rolls out the Tweet Bookmark feature

Twitter allows us since today to use a new feature 'Bookmarks', this feature is useful if you want to save important tweets for later. The new feature is rolling out today across Twitter for Android and iOS, Twitter Lite, and the mobile Twitter website. How to I bookmark something? To bookmark a specific Tweet, tab on the... Continue Reading →

Sony Playstation 4 fully cracked, Jailbreak Hits Firmware 4.55

The developer 'Qwertyoruiop',  released yesterday a fully working exploit for Sony's PS 4 Firmware 4.55 on GitHub. On top, there's news of an interesting 'payload' quietly circulating. Hack opens ways for pirated games and allows hombrew applications Confirmation of what it does from Wololo: “When run in combination with the recently released exploit for PS4 4.55, Holy Grail... Continue Reading →

Intel Coffee Lake: New Pentium, Celeron and Core coming April

Intel has confirmed that the new processors coming this April. The prices are as expected and we will see several new chipsets like Q370-, H370-, H310- and C246 which were already shown at the Embedded World 2018 Conference this year. Overview Overview chart with all new processors (the bold ones are the upcoming ones for April).... Continue Reading →

Firefox 60 new option to hide the Sync GUI

Again wrong news spread on the internet that Firefox 60 can 'Disable Firefox sync integration' this time I won't mention the pages because it's not worth. The new integrated about:config option does not disable sync integration, this is simply wrong. Sync by default is anyway disabled and optional - what it does it that it... Continue Reading →

How I find every Registry Tweak

People often asking me how I find Registry 'tweaks' and there is absolutely no voodoo behind there basically two programs I use, this is RegScanner and RegistryChangesView both portable programs are from NirSoft. All of his programs are free and ads-free, he is well known for tons of awesome tools and it's worth to check his page and... Continue Reading →

NVIDIA Freestyle works on almost all Games

NVIDIA Freestyle is a new feature which was added in the first Beta Driver for this year, officially not every game is supported, there is a list which shows which game are supported. Freestyle is a better version (more or less) of VibranceGUI, ReShade or SweetFX which enhanced your contracts, gamma and more with filters - these... Continue Reading →

Microsoft vs. U.S. Justice Department in the question about your private data

This might change everything, if people really believe that Microsoft worked with the Government together then they aren't aware of the current fight - this supreme court wrestles with Microsoft data privacy fight to answer the question if or how many data the government gets. The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to resolve a major privacy dispute between the... Continue Reading →

Does changing Process Priority have any effect on game or application performance?!

This article is designed to answer the old question if setting the program or game to another priority class changes the FPS or application overall performance or not. What is the process priority setting for? To answer the question if it really changes something we need to understand how the priority function in Windows works. By... Continue Reading →

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