Do you use a password manager, or are you old-fashioned and use the pen-and-paper method to recall your passwords? Handling and recalling too many details from your notebook is not ideal when you have many credentials, card details, and other personal information to fill in every day. Why do I need a Password Manager? I have accounts on almost every social networking website and to manage
Storage devices are certainly the most functional hardware tools. Every time you modify files on a pen drive or memory card, you’re figuratively forcing it to its demise. A storage device has a limit of total actions done on it. A MicroSD card can have around one to tens of thousands of delete actions. So, every time you are deleting a file, you are playing your storage device’s substructure. Your device will get weak & less secure by the time. Throughout this, the insecure file transfers may place adware or virus junks in your storage that are not removed even after completely formatting the disk. Once entered, these junks corrupt stored files and ultimately the disk.
Initially I thought it was a server-side issue, but now it’s all clear that my favorite (until I read about their copyright issues) e-book reader Genius PDF is out of existence. Further look-up reveals that everything about this app and its creators is deliberately wiped out from the internet. About Genius PDF Genius PDF, originally based on Sumatra PDF (better call it a rip-off) , was probably