You can’t always blame data loss on hardware failure. A clumsy user can be just as harmful. PhotoRec is a nifty little command-line based tool that can recover accidentally deleted files. To use PhotoRec effectively you need to understand how the filesystem handles files. When you delete a file, it isn’t actually zapped into oblivion. Rather the file system just marks it as deleted,.
Podcasting has become a mainstream media, well almost. Major news outlets like CNN and PBS use it, not mention the countless niche shows out there that cover technology news and your favorite sports team. You can find almost anything if you search around. Apple does a great job of managing with iTunes, but that is of little use to Android customers. Fortunately there are apps available for.
With tons of passwords to remember, we often have to rely on password manager to help us manage our passwords. While there are plenty of password manager out there, our favorite is KeePass, for the fact that it is cross-platform compatible and can integrate with the browser to autofill the username and password when you arrive on a site. The only thing that is missing though is a full-featured.
Smartphones have taken our personal lives to a whole new level. You either are afraid of what the implications of this are, or you are not yet fully aware of what you should be worried about in the first place. Either way, it’s time to get serious about privacy if we’re going to put our own private information on our phones. Unlike its predecessor, the smartphone is a device that.
If you are always browsing the web on your mobile phone, I am sure you have some website that you want to return to after a while. If you are using mobile Firefox in your Android devices, here is one neat trick that you can use to quickly access your browsing history. While browsing the web, all you need to do is to tap and hold on the Back button. This will popup a window showing you the.