How To Install gpedit (Group Policy Editor) for Windows Starter Edition, Home and Home Premium without any tools

There tons of guides out there which are all telling you that you need to download additional files or programs in order to get gpedit.msc on your Windows Home Edition - this is definitely wrong, Windows 10 already comes with all the files you need, it's simply a bit hidden to find and requires deeper... Continue Reading →

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Impressive Microsoft! After 2 years you solved the re-installing Apps problem

Microsoft fixed after almost exactly 2 years the app installation problematic for all current supported Windows 10 Builds. A lot of users reported that apps keep getting reinstalled automatically without any permission or user interaction out of nowhere. The Problem When you update a computer running Windows 10, version 1703, you might see provisioned apps... Continue Reading →

DiscordCrypt: Unofficial End-to-End Encryption for Discord has arrived

Riot (Matrix) is my favorite chat program but it suffers from one major issue, it's slow and the user Interface is - I wouldn't say horrible - but has 'room for improvements'. So, overall most users using Discord instead wish is still not a bad client it has HTTPS but the server owner might see... Continue Reading →

Lemme Fix: China’s Great Firewall blocks ProtonVPN, let’s unblock it

According to multiple reports, it seems that China is cracking down on ProtonVPN recently and blocking their domain. This little guide shows how to circumvent that block and still be able to connect to your ProtonVPN. Notice I'm not from China which means I can't confirm that this 'trick' will work or iof there not... Continue Reading →

What is Windows Defender Application Guard?

The Windows Defender Application Guard (for Edge) is designed to protect your Windows OS from malware and zero-day attacks. When enabled, the feature works by creating a new instance of the Edge browser. The new instance is created on the hardware level using Hyper-V with its own kernel and all the required elements for the... Continue Reading →

Starting with Android P, Google will force manufacturers to roll out regular security updates for their smartphones

Security of Android devices has been a nightmare since the first days and the biggest reason being is that users don't receive latest security patch updates regularly. Precisely, it's your device manufacturer (Android OEMs) actually who takes time to roll out security patches for your devices and sometimes, even has been caught lying about security updates, telling... Continue Reading →

My next VPN provider will be…

I'm a VPN user since more than 20 years now and I tried most of the top ones personally I can't tell many negative things about what I've seen so far, NordVPN, ProtonVPN, PIA and others doing a good job. Some providers are slower or faster, some have different jurisdiction and at the end, you... Continue Reading →

How To Download all the Data Apple Collects about you

Apple is making it easier for its users to download their data the company has collected about them so far. On Wednesday, Apple just launched a new Data and Privacy website that allows you to download everything that the company knows about you, from Apple ID info, device info, App Store activity, AppleCare history, your online... Continue Reading →

Intel’s upcoming CPU’s aren’t (fully) patched against Spectre Variant 4

Intel introduced hardware-based "safeguards" and 'additional' protections to its new chips to protect against the Spectre and Meltdown flaws that shocked the silicon industry when the vulnerabilities were made public earlier this year. However, those protections are specific to V2 and V3, and will not impact the newly-discovered Variant 4 as well as other potential speculative execution... Continue Reading →

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