How to Disable Sponsored Ads in Firefox

Firefox’s recent update to version 60 and it started displaying sponsored ads whenever you open a new tab. Some users may not mind seeing these ads, but others want them gone yesterday. Don’t worry if you don’t get along with technology, as the steps to disable sponsored ads are quick and easy. Disabling Sponsored Ads... Continue Reading →

Using Matrix (Riot Client) for 1 year now – The road so far

After using (Matrix) Riot-Client for a quite some time, (over a year from now) I decided to share my own opinion on the current progress and state. What is Matrix? If you haven’t used Matrix before, It’s a electron based instant messaging protocol which supports many features you would expect from an IM platform today... Continue Reading →

Windows 7 and 8.1 Users still can get Windows 10 (Build 1709) for free

In case you haven't upgraded yet, this is another chance. Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users still can get Windows 10 for free in a legal way. Preparing and getting the Upgrade What you need? You need a clean and correctly working Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, this means no damaged files should be on... Continue Reading →

How To Calibrate your Laptop’s & Android’s Battery

Managing the battery usage is a very big aspect of an electronic device in order to conserve the performance of the battery and prolong the battery life. Using as less applications as possible while disabling unnecessary background tasks is on major factor to get a longer life, but what if the screens suddenly went black?... Continue Reading →

The Answer why Chome communicates behind your back without user consent

First of all, it's not only Chrome which has some background connections but I decided to mention Chrome in this article because some people constantly telling me that Google is trying to observe the Browser or even worse some people say 'it's spying' in order to steal your data. If the Browser is spying why... Continue Reading →

Reminder: Don’t use any Registry cleaner programs!

CCleaner is trusted by millions of people around the globe, some functions might be useful others don't. This article is a friendly reminder to not use it's integrated registry cleaning because it can damage your Windows permanently. About the Registry The first sign of 'registry' goes back to old Windows 3.1 times. Back in the... Continue Reading →

Analyzing crashes, BSOD’s or update related errors with SetupDiag

Microsoft provides an official tool to analyze crashes, bluescreens or KB related update problems. This makes it easier to identify problems. SetupDiag.exe analyzes the issue after you reset the problematical updates or after you're done finishing fixing the BSOD. Working with SetupDiag.exe The program must be downloaded from official Microsoft servers because it's not integrated in... Continue Reading →

Things to check after you upgraded to Windows 1803

Windows 1803 is out and you can download the ISO or UUP files already, the big question is what is the smartest decision, a clean install or an In-Place upgrade, waiting for WUS or switching to Linux?! Well the best is to switch to Linux but if you're still want to ride the dead horse,... Continue Reading →

How To remove the “Please turn off Adblock or fuck off” Messages

The problem with ad-blocking these days is that websites aren't sleeping and there constantly trying to find ways to bypass your ad-blocker extensions or integrated Browser blocking mechanism. This is a problem and it leads often in frustration because you see annoying messages which trying to tell you to turn off your blocker in order... Continue Reading →

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