Notifications are something we have grown accustomed to on our devices today.
Gone are the days when we had to keep refreshing the screen to see if an email has arrived.
To be honest, web-mail hasn’t changed much, but you an of course use mail apps (like the built-in Outlook app in Windows 10) for notifications. It works similar to your mobile phone, where every time you get a new email or SMS, your phone’s OS pops-up a message informing you that someone has sent you a text/mail.
Windows 10, by default has such a system in place called Action Center. It is present in phones, tablets and of course, desktop versions of Windows 10 as well. This [...]
Thunderbird users, you may be in for some rather unpleasant news.
The email client’s parent company, Mozilla wants to break away from its roots.
According to the company’s Chairperson, Mitchell Baker, the move is being thought about, in a bid to focus on its main product, the popular web browser, Firefox.
Mozilla first launched the email app, about 11 years ago. Techcrunch notes that Mozilla stopped work on Thunderbird three years ago, and only kept the email app updated with security patches and bug fixes.
Baker writes in a open letter posted at the Mozilla greivance forums stating,
“I believe Thunderbird should would thrive [...]
Iobit has just released version 9 of its popular Windows PC tweaking software, Advanced SystemCare, for all users.
And let’s dive right in and see what’s new in it.
The UI of the app has received a major overhaul, compared to Advanced SystemCare 8. The new theme looks really good and polished, and the scan button stands out well.
Advanced SystemCare 9 consists of five main tabs, the primary one is what you see above, the Clean & Optimize section. This is what you are most likely to use often as it lets you clean the registry, your junk files and optimize the performance of your system.
The second tab is Speed Up, and helps your PC [...]
Twitter launched its official app for Windows 10 a few months ago, much to the surprise of users.
That’s because the social network had never updated its app for Windows 8, in like forever.
But even though the new app was good, it did have some major drawbacks. For starters, it did not support one great feature of Twitter, Lists.
In case you aren’t aware what they are, Twitter lists are user created set of accounts, whose Tweets which the user wants to read without following the accounts, or make categories of various similar accounts in a genre, e.g: Tech, News, etc, using which you can read Tweets quickly without the hassle of going over your [...]