Do You Really Need 4K Resolution on Your Display?

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1080p monitors were a thing of the future back when they were first introduced. Everyone was stashing up cash to buy one of these ultra-clear displays no matter what. Do we see the same with 4K? Not so much. But why, despite the efforts that many manufacturers have made to push 4K resolution, are they still not selling as well as 1080p displays? And, most importantly, is it really necessary. 

5 of the Best Security Addons for Thunderbird

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Mozilla Thunderbird is one of the best email clients you can install on your devices. What makes it so popular is its huge library of addons that you can install to make it a better email tool. If you are concerned about the security of your emails while using Thunderbird, this list of security addons for Thunderbird should give you peace of mind. What they do is help make your experience. 

PC-BSD vs. Ubuntu

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When it comes to open source operating systems, Linux is the clear champion, however it isn’t the only free option available. Way back in the history of computing, a branch of the Unix operating system was released by the University of California, Berkeley. Known as BSD Unix, this branch still lives on in various guises in operating systems like FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD. Each of. 

Highlight and Bookmark Text and Photos in Firefox with Wired Marker

By | On Sunday, April 6th, 2014 - No Comments »

The web is a source of infinite knowledge and information if you know how and where to look for it. There are also many ways to store this information for reference or future use, such as bookmarks or note-taking apps. These methods, though effective, are a bit time-consuming when done repeatedly for every website that you visit. Luckily, a Firefox add-on called Wired Marker can help you.