What happens when you delete an album in the Mac’s Photos app?

Deletion seems so final, and it’s worthwhile to pause a moment and reflect before clicking any Delete button or selecting any Delete menu item. In Photos for macOS, you’re presented with many opportunities to delete items and collections, but Apple fortunately spells out the effects. One area that confuses people …

PrivateVPN by Trunkspace review: Needs work, but we like the promise not to log user activity

Trunkspace Hosting is an interesting company. It offers virtual private server (VPS) and website hosting, music bots for the Discord chat service, and even game servers for titles such as Minecraft, CS:GO, and Team Fortress 2. The company also has its own VPN service dubbed PrivateVPN—not to be confused with PrivateVPN.com. It’s …

6 tips for scaling up team collaboration tools

Collaboration in the enterprise is nothing new, but the myriad tools available to organizations today, from simple chat apps to full-blown project-management platforms, are creating new opportunities and challenges for IT leaders and end users alike. Unfortunately, the abundance of collaboration software has led many workers to feel a sense …

Get two years of Bitdefender protection for all your family’s devices for $30—a wild $170 discount

If you need to secure a whole bunch of devices, Newegg’s got a great deal today. The online retailer is selling a two-year subscription to the Bitdefender Family Pack for $30Remove non-product link. This package usually sells for $200, and that’s the current price on Amazon. Newegg isn’t displaying the …

Three improvements Apple should make to its Mail app on iOS and macOS

When people roll out wish lists of things they wish Apple would do to its products, they’re often focused on brand new features. We all like new features, sure, but part of me worries that while the focus is on the shiny, the basics—the software that we’re all using everyday—gets …

How to go incognito in Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge

Private browsing. Incognito. Privacy mode. Web browser functions like those trace their roots back more than a decade, and the feature – first found in a top browser in 2005 – spread quickly as one copied another, made tweaks and minor improvements. But privacy-promising labels can be treacherous. Simply put, …