What’s new in Edge HTML on Windows 10 v1809

  The Edge HTML 18 browser is faster, better and comes with new features and enhancements. Perhaps it would be right to say that this is the best Edge yet. So, what’s new in Edge HTML 18 that makes this browser really useful? This post looks at the new features and enhancements that the new Edge browser brings on Windows 10 v1809. New features in Edge HTML on Windows 10 Edge HTML on Windows 10 1809 is certainly much better looking with refreshed menu and setting interface. You also have options for customizations and new ways to learn and stay focused. If you are a developer, then there are useful … Read more

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 (RS5) Insider Preview Build 17711

After a busy holiday week, Microsoft released Insider Preview Build 17711 late Friday afternoon which includes some new improvements for Edge. Microsoft today released Windows 10 Redstone 5 Preview Build 17711 to Insiders in the Fast ring. This one, like its predecessor, Build 17704, includes several new improvements for Microsoft Edge. There are also overall updates to the Fluent Design experience and improvements to Registry Editor as well as display improvements for HDR content. Here is a look at what you can expect in today’s build. Windows 10 Preview Build 17711 Microsoft Edge improvements include new learning tools and Line focus for text spacing while in Reading View. There is … Read more

17 Resources for GDPR Compliance

The General Data Protection Regulation is now in effect. For website owners worldwide, compliance with GDPR seems daunting. Luckily, there are plenty of resources to help. Here is a list of resources for businesses to become compliant with GDPR. There are official E.U. resources, helpful checklists, webinars, tracking sites, a WordPress plugin, and even a GDPR chatbot. All of these resources are free. Resources for GDPR Compliance European Commission: 2018 Reform of EU data protection rules. The European Commission is the executive body of the European Union. Get the official information of the GDPR reform, including rules for business and organizations, and the rights of citizens. Access the library of … Read more

Best VPNs for Microsoft Edge in 2018

Microsoft Edge is a web browser developed by Microsoft that replaced the aging Internet Explorer back in 2015. It was initially only available as the default browser in Windows 10, but since then versions for both iOS and Android have been released. Edge is a straightforward browser for sure, quick to launch and fast with web page renderings. With the right additions to your device, though, you can sure Edge and all of its data to protect against intrusions. A good VPN can turn your ordinary Edge browsing experience into a secure connection to the internet. The software itself supports a small selection of extensions, but unfortunately no reliable VPNs … Read more

How To Start A Premium WordPress Blog (Step-by-Step Guide)

  So you want to start a blog? That’s fantastic! Blogging is simple and fun but not easy. Definitely not easy. Even though you can set up a WordPress blog in less than 10 minutes, it takes countless hours of focus and patience to make things look the way you want. So my aim is to help you set up a blog from scratch on the world’s most awesome blogging platform – WordPress.org. First things first. Why WordPress? Because it’s a state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. WordPress started as just a blogging system, but has evolved to be used as full … Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Windows – January 2018 Edition

  It’s been a busy month for Windows and in case you didn’t get a chance to catch all the news, here’s everything you need to know from January 2018. Spectre and Meltdown Patches With more twists and turns than an episode of Santa Barbara, Spectre, and Meltdown have been causing Microsoft multiple headaches this month. Information about the attack vectors leaked January 3rd as Microsoft was preparing to release patches for all supported versions of Windows on Patch Tuesday. Initially thought to affect just Intel processors, it later came to light that the attacks could be used against chips from Qualcomm, Apple, ARM, and AMD. Although, only Intel’s chips … Read more

Impressions of Asus NovaGo TP370QL – what to expect from Windows 10 on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 platform

For the last years Qualcomm Snapdragon platforms have been an important part of most high-end smartphones and tablets out there, but as of late 2017 Qualcomm and Microsoft unveiled the first Windows 10 commercial products built on Snapdragon hardware. I’m not going to get in depth on why this is a big deal, but I will mention what these Qualcomm/Windows devices are supposed to offer over the regular Intel/AMD built options that have been available till now: snappy and efficient everyday performance in cooler/smaller packages, always-connected features, longer battery life and integrated cellular connectivity out of the box. You should also keep in mind that these Qualcomm systems are not … Read more