One of the major features in Windows 10 is the universal search, you’re new to Windows 10 and you don’t know what universal search is; it’s the ability to search both your computer and the internet from the search bar / Cortana that’s very helpful and handy but some might not like it as they just need results just on the computer and the internet search results are irrelevant, also the internet search results might be very confusing for the elderly. So it might be good to disable the universal search feature.
We’ve been discussing internet parental control through a set of articles now. We’ve discussed parental control through OpenDNS on the PC and Android, we’ve also covered the topic of parental control through the use of browser extensions and add-ons. Parental control is becoming more important in the recent days as we shift our digital life to the cloud, schools now are using cloud services from Google, Microsoft and Amazon, so we want kids to get the most out of the internet while overcoming its negative impact and that could be achieved through avoiding the dark side of the internet.
In our previous post we discussed parental control through OpenDNS on Windows computers, this post is a follow up and it will discuss Parental Control on Android phone also using OpenDNS. Parental control is very important for parents in the internet era as the internet is an extremely valuable source of information but it also might be a devastation source for young kids if they don’t keep away from the dark side of it.
Numbers don’t lie. iPhone clearly dominates the smartphone market globally per OEM. In the United States alone as of January 2015, Apple had a staggering market share of 41.9%. They were able to sell 74.5 million units. They were followed by Samsung at 29.3%. LG, Motorola, and HTC shared the rest of the remaining percentage. This is according to the report of www.comscore.com.
The Macintosh family has been added another one to its line-up. From the original three computers namely MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac a new device was introduced. You would probably wonder at first what could possibly the name of it. Well surprisingly it is like the baby of all Mac’s. Its name is “MacBook”. That’s it!
Before going into this tutorial, it would be better to first state what is Windows security window; the answer is simple, it’s the window that pops up when you hit ctrl+alt+delete. Yes, that menu that allows you to restart, switch user, lock the computer etc.. Won’t it be great if you can control what appears on this menu, and if you’re wondering why that would be great, imagine that you’re on a shared computer at home or work, it’s best to control what appears and what doesn’t.
Imagine you have downloaded Windows 10 technical preview and you’re enjoying it. It’s stable and you’ve downloaded all of your favourite applications and a new update comes and it’s deployed automatically and everything is turned upside down. The new update has a conflict with a software or a driver on your computer and it crashes, restarts or doesn’t start all together. Your quiet life is turned to hell and you’ll need to install a fresh copy of Windows and thus all of the drivers and software. What a pain in the ass right? If you’re not a risk taker then this article is for you.