The search engine and web browser company known as “Cliqz” has stated that it is no more. As Gene Wilder’s Willy Wonka character said sarcastically, “Stop. Don’t. Come Back.” That would best describe my feelings during my brief time using Cliqz.
DeepL supports Japanese, causes number of Japanese language students to plummet
Now with DeepL Japanese and Chinese support (more info here), I thought it might be a good time to check it out and see how it compares with some of the other translation services out there.
Airdrop from iPhone to Android with this brilliant tool and be cool at parties
Wouldn’t it be great if we could airdrop from iPhone to Android or Windows? One of the most useful things built into iOS and macOS is Airdrop. However, it’s only on Apple devices. I just recently found out about a utility that makes it possible. Let’s take a look.
Why Firefox is doomed to fail
I’m going to post my thoughts about Firefox, which is most certainly going to ruffle some feathers out there. Firefox has a limited amount of time left before it becomes irrelevant on the web. Once an Internet Explorer killer, it’s unfortunate to see the state that Mozilla’s browser finds itself in now. Here are some of the reasons why I think Firefox won’t last another decade.
Create a shutdown timer for Windows to increase power savings
Today’s website is for creating a shutdown timer for Windows, macOS, or even Linux. I always appreciate it when apps or programs have an automatic shutdown feature. However, those programs are far and few between, so wouldn’t it be great if you could make your computer shut down on a timer whenever you wanted? With Shutdown Timer, you can generate the perfect command.
Prevent spam with the best temporary email address generator
The reason you need the best temporary email address generator is this: We’ve all been there, you need to enter an email address to register for that one quick thing, but know you’ll get spammed later. There is a myriad of disposable email services out there, but I often ran into sites rejecting the addresses they generated. Which one actually works? Read on to find out.
Jotti’s Malware Scan will save you from nasty surprises
Jotti’s Malware Scan is the tool you should save for those rare times you need a second opinion from a virus scanner. Whether you are running Windows, macOS, or even Linux, sometimes you want to make sure that files are safe but don’t want the hassle of running a constant virus scanner. Or maybe you need a second opinion from a different antivirus vendor.
Convert time zones easily with Every Time Zone
Every Time Zone is a time zone converter that makes it visually easy to convert time zones. Why would you need this? Well, if you have friends or family in different regions around the world, setting up a time to call, play games or video chat can be an annoyance. The site makes it easy to check times in other time zones at a glance.
Startpage search is private Google search
Startpage search is a private search engine that gives you Google results. Why does this matter? Well, other search engines that claim to be private usually use Bing or other sites for their data. With Startpage, you get Google’s results without profiling.
Smash File Transfer service lets you send large files free
It’s funny how email can only handle so much before we need to use other tools to send files, especially really big ones. With the Smash file transfer service, you can send massive files (no size limit) to your contacts. No more breaking up stuff into multiple parts or trying to squeeze it through some compression tool.