A Step-By-Step Guide on How to Switch Internet Providers
It's time to switch internet providers, but you could incur fees and have a stressful experience. Here's what to know before you change your internet service provider.
10 Worst Black Friday Scams and How to Avoid Them
'Tis the season to be wary. Learn about the nine most common holiday shopping scams and the best ways to keep your data safe.
Private Internet Access VPN Review 2022: Good, Cheap, and Works with Netflix
PIA VPN offers low prices, fast speeds, and excellent levels of security and privacy. But its location in the U.S. is slightly worrisome.
How You Can Easily Remove the Y2mate Virus
If you downloaded the Y2mate app to watch YouTube videos offline, you may be rethinking your decision. Y2mate could pose some significant risks, so we’ll show you how to remove it from your browser or operating system.
How to Remove Your Information from the Internet: The Ultimate Guide
If you're ready to protect your online privacy, here is how to start removing your personal information from the internet.
ExpressVPN vs. NordVPN 2022: Nord Wins (Easily)
NordVPN is the overall better choice for speed, cost, and number of servers. But you might choose ExpressVPN for specific server locations.
How to Change Privacy Settings on Twitter, Facebook, and More
Check out this step-by-step guide to changing your privacy settings on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.
No Strings Attached: How To Get Internet Without Cable TV or a Phone Line
Everyone needs the internet — but as cord-cutting increases in popularity, fewer and fewer people need to bundle cable TV or phone lines with their internet services. Find out how you can get reliable internet by itself.
Avira Antivirus Review 2022: Pricey But Good
If you’re in the market for antivirus software, you may have heard about Avira. We put it to the test to see if it’s worth the purchase.
An Emerging Security Threat: Ransomware-as-a-Service
Cybercriminals have turned malicious software into a booming business operation through ransomware-as-a-service.
72% of Twitter Users Say $8 a Month is Too Expensive for Verification. Has Musk Messed Up?
Survey reveals Americans don’t think a pay-for-verification plan will lead to a better Twitter, but remain optimistic about Twitter’s future under Musk.
What Is an Ad Blocker?
Ad blockers can help you avoid unwanted distractions while browsing the web. See how they can help you.