How to Hide Drives from Device and Drive List Without Affecting its Functionality

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IMAGE: FLICKR, KAREN You can hide your drives in your computer for the reason that you seldomly access it or you want privacy because of the content is so important that might be accidentally deleted by your children or anyone who uses the computer. Still, you have full access to the drive if you type their path and applications using it will work properly as usual. I’ve tried this method on windows...

5 Things to Remember When Renting Computer on Computer Shops

Even though we have the latest gadgets in our hands, but sometimes we cannot avoid using public computers. For that reason I write some tips that I thought may help you in dealing with them.   #1. Be sure the shop is protected by a reliable antivirus. It is in the basic that you should first establish trust with the computer shop that you’re going to use. If you’re impressed at the first time...

Prevent Other People from Copying Your Files

You may be sick of other people who copy your hard earned files without permission specially your competitors from other net café. This scenario is often seen on networks such as net café and school laboratories. This people will login to your shop then will start copying you files, more likely the games installed. They do it without even asking for permission and the most thing you hate about it...

Increase Google Chrome Browsing Privacy and Security by Creating Profile

Although Google chrome offers option to create individual user profile, you are still not safe. The worst of it, even if you totally signed out from your account, anyone can switch into it and have full access to your browsing history, extensions and most of all your saved passwords. Take note even if you totally signed out! They can go to Facebook and because your password is saved, password field...

Create Firefox Profile: Increase Privacy From Other User

What are the benefits of creating your own Firefox profile? If you have your own profile, you can keep your installed extensions, bookmarks, saved password, browsing history and other customization into isolation. Like Google chrome which allows you to add user profiles, Firefox has this option too, it is just hidden. Firefox by default uses a single profile for many users that’s why if you don’t...