Microsoft To Do is a free, decent, multiplatform to do application. Read more to find out about its features!
Have you ever wondered which files take up the most space in your PC?
Worry not, WinDirStat is here to answer your questions!
If you’re using LastPass free tier, be prepared for a painful change, where you’ll need to choose between mobile or desktop.
Or, you can try an alternative, Bitwarden.
Typing Hero is a small autotext app. Just write a small part of the text, and it will complete the rest for you. Find out how useful it is in this review.
Android lacks first-party reminders / task manager app. Fortunately, Google tries to fix that with Google Tasks. Find out how to use it in this review.
Sometimes you just want the simplicity of having two apps in the same phone, as your phone already supports dual SIM. Parallel Space can help you with that.
Anda bisa berbahasa Indonesia? Baca artikel terjemahannya di sini! Okay, let’s face it. I’ve got several of my accounts hacked. What’s worse is that some of the accounts were holding some of my money (e-money, since two of three hacked accounts feature “balance” for easier transaction). You can read the stories over at Technoverse (Indonesian language). I didn’t write about the last hacking attempt, since I’ve finally become embarrassed of it and think “Okay, this has to stop. Three is so enough that it’s not funny anymore”. I used to have 2 different passwords for most of my account, probably that’s why my accounts got hacked so easily. All of them have the same email or similar username. I’ve read somewhere that the most secure password is the password that even you cannot remember. Okay, that’s my mistake… Use password managers. It’s for your own safety. To help me redeem myself, I’ve finally decided to use a password manager. In case you don’t know, password managers are apps which securely generate and store your passwords for you. There are numerous password manager apps available, such as Dashlane, LastPass, 1Password, and Password Keeper by Blackberry. In this article, I’m going to …
What’s App Logo Well, it’s been another while since I last updated my blog. Again, I’ve been busy with college work, mainly internship. In this new year holiday, I need to work as an intern in a company. It’s mandatory for my major in order to be able to graduate… after you’ve finished your thesis, of course. Anyway, I recently stumbled into something interesting. It’s not that new, but it’s worth knowing, especially if you’re a user of What’s App, and sometimes find yourself too busy to just take a look at your phone, let alone reply your messages. Yep, you got that right. What’s App recently outed the web client for their popular cross-platform messenger. Although I’ve been happily using it for two days now, there are a few limitations I’ve discovered so far: It only works in Google Chrome… for now. Although this may not sound like trouble, some people don’t like Google’s browser. For example, I may use Google Chrome on Windows, but I prefer Safari on Mac. Adding a new browser to my system for just an application doesn’t sound that exciting to me. Here’s what you get when you’re not using Google Chrome. The developer …