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Recovering Adobe Photoshop (.psd) Files
Adobe Photoshop is very reliable software but as well as other programs it may encounter errors and failures that are not necessarily caused by its own internal reasons, but quite often by the user’s actions.
How to Get Someone Else’s Login and Password to Instagram, Facebook, VKontakte or Twitter
Are you looking for a way to get someone else’s login and password to VKontakte, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook? Would you like to be able to read someone else’s correspondence? Do you want to hack someone’s account? Hetman Internet Spy will give you this opportunity if the password was saved in the browser after logging in to a website.
What Data is Stored in Microsoft Windows, Edge, OneDrive or Outlook Accounts
In Windows 8 and 10, you have to create a user account when installing the operating system. You can create an offline account or connect a Microsoft account. Each of the options has its advantages and disadvantages. Much depends on your needs when it comes to functions of the operating system and the devices you would like to use.
How to View Saved Passwords in Yandex, Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, Opera and Microsoft Edge
Any modern browser has a function to save passwords. It saves you the trouble of having to enter your registration data every time - few people can remember hundreds of logins and passwords to their favorite websites and online services.
How to View User Actions on a Windows PC
As many people know, and we also wrote about it in our blog, online privacy is a very relative thing. While using the Internet, every user leaves their trace in search engines that remember search queries and browsing history, watch history on YouTube, and sometimes even user geodata. In this respect, using social media has similar effects. By default, Internet browsers have their functions for saving browsing history, logins and passwords, as well as autofill data turned on.