So it’s been a while since we’ve posted any articles, and it’s purely because we are currently going through re-developmental changes from within our organization. These forthcoming changes are very positive, as we look to benefit both End Users and Technicians. In the upcoming months new changes will slowly implement through-out the web system.
For today’s article we’re going to talk about a few websites that you may find very interesting.
Yep. You know it. You’ll have to us Firefox or Chrome. Some of you techies are like….”huh?” For a lot of you, you’re not going to remember Microsoft Windows versions like Workgroup 3.11, Windows 95 or even Windows 98 which are very rare at the moment. These operating systems were primarily used early in the development of the IT industry. Windows 3.11 was widely used around the very late 1980’s and early 1990’s. As the demand for computers began to increase from within businesses. When AOL came into the scene, it gave residential users the capability further develop with home computing. Matter of fact, there may be some organizations in the private and public sectors that are still using obsolete OS’s such as Windows Workgroup 3.11, 95, 98 and Windows XP. At this point in time, Windows 7/8 is still suitable for the older computers. Hence, obsolete software makes it easy for hackers to maliciously steal information from your system.
Have I been pwned?????
How do you really know if your data has been breached? Do you trust Experian, who also has admitted being breached? Here’s a 3rd party solution to check if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach.
10 Minute Mail
This is so cool. Create email accounts that are only active for 10 minutes. After that, they no longer exist.
Get all the customer service and technical support for every company out there. Well, their database of phone numbers is like 1 billion. That’s pretty big.
Probably a collection of the strangest books out there. Check them out.
Search for all types of beautiful images. They have a pretty big collection.
Another cool movie streaming website.
So they say, they you can get all your devices to start working with each other easily. You can get Alexa to get your Google Home. Or even Apple iPad or iPhone to Siri to work with your Amazon Firestick. Try it out.