A number of users have noticed a strange extension which got installed automatically in Mozilla Firefox. It is named Looking Glass, it comes with no clear description, and looks very suspicious. Some users were worrying that it is some malware which has infected their Firefox browser. Here is everything you need to know about this extension.
Since its very first version, Windows NT has allowed the user to launch apps with different permissions and credentials than the current user. Using it, you can start a batch file, an executable file or even an app installer as another user. In this article, will see how to add the Run as command to the context menu of your Start menu items in Windows 10.
In Windows 10, it is possible to change the drag and drop sensitivity. This can be useful if you have a sensitive touchpad and want to make it less sensitive to accidentally moving or copying files in File Explorer and other apps. However, many users would like to completely disable the drag and drop feature. Here is how.
The Playful Puppies theme for Windows features cute little puppies. This beautiful themepack was initially created for Windows 7, but you can use it in Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
As you may already know, Windows 10 is a multi-user operating system. This means that multiple users can run apps simultaneously in the OS, without interrupting one another. Also, most of the system services and background processes are running under special built-in isolated and restricted accounts. In this article, we will see how to find which user account runs a process in Windows 10.
Linux Mint 18.3 is the most recent version of the popular distro. A few days ago, Cinnamon and MATE editions of Mint 18.3 reached their stable versions. The final versions of the XFCE and KDE spins are now available. Let's see what they offer to the end user.
Windows comes with a set of folders which are designed to share your documents with other users. Documents you put in these folders are accessible by other users of your PC, and by other computers on your network. Public folder sharing is a useful and easy-to-use way to share your files, but they are disabled by default. Here is how to enable it.
Since its very first version, Windows NT has allowed the user to launch apps with different permissions and credentials than the current user. Using it, you can start a batch file, an executable file or even an app installer as another user. Let's see how it can be done.
By default, PowerShell restricts running scripts on end user PCs. This setting is good from a security point of view. However, if you are using a lot of scripts that you have downloaded or coded by yourself, it can be really annoying. In this article, we will review how to change the default execution policy for PowerShell scripts in Windows 10.
By default, password protected sharing is turned on in Windows 10. This means that only people who have a password-protected user account on their PC can access shared files, shared folders and shared printers attached to that PC. To give other people access, password protected sharing must be turned off. In this article, we will see how to make your shared resources available for users without an account on your PC by disabling the password-protected sharing feature.