Windows Defender for Chrome and Firefox requires Microsoft Edge

“Microsoft has given its best, and sometimes its worst, to put its Internet Explorer past behind it and push Microsoft Edge to its users. It has failed and is reworking Edge to use Chrome’s engine instead.”

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Google to Shut Down ‘Inbox by Gmail’ on April 2

“Google will shut down its “Inbox by Gmail” app on April 2, the company has confirmed to users of the email app. Google announced in September that it would be shuttering the app toward the end of March 2019, but didn’t give a set date for when that would happen.”

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Google to Shut Down ‘Inbox by Gmail’ on April 2

“Google will shut down its “Inbox by Gmail” app on April 2, the company has confirmed to users of the email app. Google announced in September that it would be shuttering the app toward the end of March 2019, but didn’t give a set date for when that would happen.”

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Some Windows 7, 8.1 users reporting Security Essentials and Windows Defender problems

“A number of Windows 7 and 8.1 users are encountering problems with Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender. Users are seeing their automatic anti-malware protection turned off without their knowledge and are seeing out-of-date virus definitions.”

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Some Windows 7, 8.1 users reporting Security Essentials and Windows Defender problems

“A number of Windows 7 and 8.1 users are encountering problems with Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender. Users are seeing their automatic anti-malware protection turned off without their knowledge and are seeing out-of-date virus definitions.”

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How to Safely Dispose of (or Sell) Smarthome Hardware

“When you decide to get rid of your smarthome gadgets, you shouldn’t just toss them in the trash, sell them, or give them away. Before you take the products out of your house, you should wipe the data off them.”

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Google, Microsoft work together for a year to figure out new type of Windows flaw

“One of the more notable features of Google Project Zero’s (GPZ) security research has been its 90-day disclosure policy. In general, vendors are given 90 days to address issues found by GPZ, after which the flaws will be publicly disclosed.”

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Get ready to start scheduling your emails in Gmail

“Ever wished you could schedule an email to send itself in ten minutes from now? Or ten days? The functionality could well be coming to Gmail on your smartphone, based on a breakdown of the code in the latest version of Gmail for Android.”

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Dropbox now limits free users to just three devices

“Dropbox, one of the most popular cloud storage services around, quietly introduced a new rule for people that use its Basic (aka free) plan — you can’t have more than three devices connected to your Dropbox account at a single time.”

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Cord Cutting This Week 59 – Cord Cutting Costs More Than Cable? & More

“Join Cord Cutters News every Saturday as we take a look back at some of the biggest Cord Cutting Stories from the past week. Now, remember these are my opinions on them not an in-depth look at each story. If you would like to learn more about each story check out the links below.”

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