Oh look… another instance of Facebook privacy eroding in front of your very eyes. The social network is testing a feature to allow Facebook Messages to be sent directly to a strangers inbox.
Gmail 4.2 just dropped bringing the same features that folks with a Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 or Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.2. Now anyone on 4.0+ can swipe to archive, bigger photos, message zoom, and more.
Facebook Timeline Privacy can be a nightmare by exposing previously private information and making it public. Facebook’s new Timeline has the potential to expose status updates and wall posts from years ago. Below will be information on how to update your account to have better control of Facebook Timeline privacy. I’ve covered other ways to completely remove your data, giving you the ultimate Facebook Timeline privacy, but below we’ll cover the ways you can take some control over the existing content while increasing your Facebook Timeline privacy. [Read more…]
Disable Facebook Timeline: Back in September Facebook announced several changes to their platform, once of which was a completely redesigned profile page called Facebook Timeline. Facebook Timeline was meant to be a chronological view of your activity on Facebook, or as Facebook would prefer, your life. If you were one of the early adopters who enabled Facebook Timeline but now want to disable Facebook Timeline here’s how. [Read more…]
The PortableApps.com Suite, a full-featured app package that runs from a , has upgraded with a crisper-looking and more customizable menu, the latest versions of a ton of great freeware, and other improvements.
A new theme brings some transparency, mouse-over effects, and display improvements to the PortableApps menu, but the release notes bury the big news—you’ll be able to theme the suite yourself in the next release, due out in less than two weeks. The app icons on the pop-up menu can be renamed or hidden, applications can be launched as an administrator, and the menu can hide all the icons and switch wallpapers on whatever PC you’re on.
A PortableApp KeePass, and other portable offerings is a great way to get things done when you’re at a computer that’s not your own—or testing out stuff on your system you don’t quite want to install and muck around with.loaded with a customized Firefox browser, office suites, IM clients,
The PortableApps.com suite comes in three flavors (basic, lite, and standard), is a free download, and launches on Windows systems only. Got a killer PortableApp setup on your? Share the app list in the comments.