👍 #928 – What Browser Should I Use in 2022?
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A question with a good answer!
It’s a common question, and as old as … well, as old as the web.
What browser should I be using?
The answer’s gotten a lot better in recent years. What Browser Should I Use in 2022? has the details.
Also this week:
- Automatic Updates
- Batch Files
- Reason #1 your computer’s so slow
As always, links below.
Gary and continued the travel-related theme a little with a discussion resulting from one of my nightmares: how to get back online if you lose everything you have with you on the road? We move on to end-to-end encryption, and why it’s a) misunderstood, and b) incredibly important. And we complain (some more) about misleading headlines, and why all those vulnerability reports you hear about are so rarely the disaster they’re made out to be.
What Browser Should I Use in 2022?
An ever-changing landscape looks pretty good right now.
It’s difficult to go wrong when selecting a browser these days.
Also This Week on Ask Leo!
Are Automatic Updates a Good Thing?
|Unless you’re willing to pay a lot of attention on a very regular basis, automatic updates are an important part of keeping your machine safe.
What’s a Batch File?
|Batch files are often used to group commands or make shortcuts to more complex commands. Let’s look at the basics.
The #1 Reason Your Computer is Slow
|There is one common reason computers slow down over time. The good news is, it’s often within your control.
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Could the Microsoft Servers be Infected?It’s tempting to blame Microsoft servers if your account is Infected, but in fact that’s rarely the case. Much more likely is that hackers gained access to individual accounts through more traditional means.
The #1 Reason Your Computer is SlowThere is one common reason computers slow down over time. The good news is, it’s often within your control.
What’s a Batch File?Batch files are often used to group commands, or make shortcuts to more complex commands. We’ll touch on the basics of just what batch files are.
What Browser Should I Use in 2022?It’s difficult to go wrong when selecting which browser to use.
Are Automatic Updates a Good Thing?Unless you’re willing to pay a lot of attention on a very regular basis, automatic updates are an important part of keeping your machine safe.
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- Tip of the Day: Reinstall Windows on That Used Computer
- Tip of the Day: Use Notepad for Your Daily Log
- Tip of the Day: Use Your Password Vault as Bookmarks
- Tip of the Day: Resize Some Text Entry Boxes in Chrome (and Edge)
- Tip of the Day: You Don’t Always Need an Account
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