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Facebook tests tool to limit your exposure to recent exes

The social network introduces a function that allows users to see less of their former romantic partner, instead of unfriending them.

By November 19, 2015


Always show file extensions in File Explorer

Sick of Windows hiding your file extensions? Here's how to force File Explorer to show them.

By October 28, 2015


How to do a clean install of Windows 10

Three ways to install a clean version of Windows 10 onto any PC.

By July 30, 2015


How to install Windows 10 on a Mac

Why yes, you can install Windows 10 on your Mac. The process can be a little technical, but we'll have your back the whole way through, including how to remove Windows afterward in case you change your mind.

By August 4, 2015


NSA offers details on 'LOVEINT' (that's spying on lovers, exes)

One NSA worker did it "out of curiosity," another for "practice." Agency's letter in response to query from US senator gives glimpse of romance-related -- and other -- misuses of surveillance system.

By September 27, 2013


Your exes to appear on next episode of 'As the Web turns'

A revealing article in New York Magazine suggests that social media is enabling us to keep the soap opera of failed relationships alive long after the "shows" were canned.

By July 23, 2013


Go incognito when launching Chrome on Windows

Need to keep your browsing habits private or just trying to avoid cookies? Read on to find out how you can launch Chrome into incognito automatically.

By May 26, 2014


Friday Poll: Do you track your exes on Facebook?

A survey uncovers that 88 percent of people queried have followed their exes on Facebook. Are you the stalking type or the ignoring type?

By July 20, 2012


88 percent stalk their exes on Facebook

A study by a Western University master's candidate suggests that many people, once they break up, follow their former lovers around Facebook, even going so far as to use aliases.

By July 18, 2012


Yahoo malware turned PCs into Bitcoin miners

Malicious ads served to Yahoo users were designed to transform computers into a Bitcoin mining operation, according to a security firm.

By January 9, 2014