If you've got strict divisions between your work and play identities online, what's the easiest way to keep the two worlds from colliding? Here are three suggestions.
When online services lack privacy controls, you can roll your own using near military-grade encryption.
Your employer may let you take a company laptop home, but that doesn't mean they're not looking over your shoulder.
IT professionals have used virtual hard drives for years in servers and virtual machines, but you can also use VHDs to back up your data. we'll show you how and when to do this.
After years of begging from PC gamers, you can now hide games from your Steam library—though the secretive feature is hard to find. Here's how to do it.
You use Google's security tools to protect your Gmail account in your browser. Here's how to use them with applications and devices.
Chromebooks are still a drop in the bucket of PC sales overall, but there's no denying they are growing in popularity. If you're not sure you want to buy in just yet, Google offers a way to test drive Chrome OS in Windows 8.1.
Our email clients filter them out. We know all of their tricks. Yet the spam keeps coming. Here's why.
Chrome's newest features aren't available to the typical installation. But there's a way you can get them early, before the public knows about them.
Signals by Hubspot is a free app for Google’s Chrome browser that tracks when someone opens your email. See how it works in this Tech Tip.
Word's tools and wizards make it easy to show off your work with professional-looking formats.
When you delete a file in Windows, you're just removing the pointer. The data is still there. Here's how to make sure that data is gone, baby, gone.