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Restricted to our homes for months now, many of us have been putting up with a persistent annoyance: a lousy internet connection. When we are working, a video call with colleagues becomes pixelated, with delayed audio. When we are relaxing, movies and video games take ages to download. In the worst...
Mozilla Firefox commonly called Firefox is free to use web-browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation along with its subsidiary, the Mozilla Corporation. The web browser remembers all the pages you have visited, files you have downloaded and more. This information is known as the history of the Moz...
Google accounts for nearly 96% of the market share of serps globally, in line with Statista. They’re adopted by far, Bing (2.7%) and Yahoo! (1.14%). Though they’re complicated serps, a few of their strategies are related to people who Archie started utilizing 30 years in the past, which is take...
The Covid-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for change in the modern workplace. According to 451 Research, Facebook, both of which announced permanent work-from-home policies shortly after work-from-home and shelter-in-place orders were issued by California Governor Gavin Newsom. Both companies hav...
Searching online has many educational benefits. For instance, one study found students who used advanced online search strategies also had higher grades at university. But spending more time online does not guarantee better online skills. Instead, a student’s ability to successfully search on...
Some Outlook users will have inboxes that include a plethora of emails. So, it’s just as well Outlook incorporates advanced search tools to help you find specific messages. Most users will probably utilize Outlook’s Instant Search box to find emails by entering keywords. The software will t...
Although both the deep web and dark web are the hidden sections of the internet, they are not synonymous and should not be confused with each other The terms ‘dark web’ and ‘deep web’ are often interchangeably used to describe the section of the internet that is home to criminal activitie...
Searching online has many educational benefits. For instance, one study found students who used advanced online search strategies also had higher grades at university. But spending more time online does not guarantee better online skills. Instead, a student’s ability to successfully search on...
Sourcing great candidates is half the battle of recruiting. In order to hire the best person for the job, you need to identify, interview and pique the interest of the right people. It’s no easy feat, either — recruiters spend 13 hours on average sourcing candidates for a single role. Using ...
A recent research paper has reaffirmed that our internet history can be reliably used to identify us. The research was conducted by Sarah Bird, Ilana Segall, and Martin Lopatka from Mozilla and is titled: Replication: Why We Still Can’t Browse in Peace:On the Uniqueness and Reidentifiability of We...
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