Microsoft is gearing up a host of new features for its Teams platforms, meaning we could get a new update sometime next month.
Have you ever wanted to find out just what a mystery photograph displays, or find other sizes of it? Maybe you have a zoomed-in image and want to full picture, or want an idea of when it was first published or who the copyright holder may be? For all this and more, you need Google’s Reverse Image Search.
The days of websites asking you to enable cookies could be numbered, with new proposals to allow a single opt-in at browser level aiming to save time and energy of clicking ‘Allow’ or ‘Don’t Allow’ at every single website.
If you’ve ever thought that it’d be handy if your email inbox automatically categorised certain emails, generated a specific notification, or dropped them into a designated folder, rules could provide just what you need.
Internet Explorer, the browser that provided many people’s first foray into the world wide web, is officially no more.
Microsoft has officially retired IE, some 27 years after it was first released. Though many of these years saw IE take a near total market share, it has since fallen out of favour and the time has now come for Microsoft to withdraw support for its legacy system. Anyone trying to use IE now will either find it totally disabled, or be presented with a popup instructing them to download Edge instead.
It’s not just unsecured public networks that can leave you vulnerable to hackers – your home WiFi could also be at risk. Thankfully, there are five easy ways to better ensure you and your data are well protected.