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Secret Combinations on Your Keyboard

Computer users are divided into two groups; those who prefer to use their mouse, and those who prefer hotkeys. Experts found that you can lose about 64 hours a year just by clicking on things. If you want to boost your productivity, here are 10 secret keyboard combinations that would make your life easier:

10. Create a New Folder

You can always do it the good, old-fashioned way by right-clicking your mouse and going down to “Create a Folder” option. Why waste time when you can do the same with literally one command.

Just press “Ctrl” plus “Shift” plus “N” while on your desktop or in an explorer window. Your new folder will instantly pop up ready to be named.

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Useful Windows 10 Tools You Probably Didn’t Know About

If you’re a Windows 10 enthusiast, you’ll be amazed by how many power tools it offers. Even though it was launched nearly 4 years ago, Windows 10 has some hidden tricks and tools that can help PC users save time and make work easier.

Here are some of Windows 10 features you ought to check out:

10. Secret Start Menu

Everyone knows ever since Windows 8, the Start Menu hasn’t been that interesting and it is generally hard to navigate. However, if you right-click on the Start Menu, it brings up a different context menu with lots of quick access shortcuts.

You can go directly to the task manager, Command Prompt or Command Prompt Admin, device manager, [...]

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Yahoo Data Breach Settlement: How to File Your Claim

Did you have a Yahoo account between the years 2012 and 2016? Well, you may be entitled to some money!

For many years now, the people who had their personal information leaked in the massive Yahoo data breach that took place over the course of several years have been fighting to be made whole again. The lawyers who have been fighting against Yahoo have finally come to an agreement with the company.

A $117 million settlement will resolve the Yahoo class-action lawsuit over multiple data breaches that affected billions of users. Those in the United States and Israel who had an email account through Yahoo or had subscribed to Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Finance, Tumblr, and Flickr [...]

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To the shock of no one, research paper shows 5G is vulnerable to all sorts of attacks

Although 5G is often touted for being newer, faster, and more secure than 4G, a team of security researchers from the University of Iowa and Purdue University has flipped the last bit of that marketing message on its head by discovering almost a dozen new 5G vulnerabilities. As a result of these breaches, they were able to carry out some nasty attacks like location tracking, broadcasting of false emergency alerts, and severing the 5G connection of a phone entirely from the network. Read More

To the shock of no one, research paper shows 5G is vulnerable to all sorts of attacks was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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