Creating a secure, difficult to break passwords is very easy. What is difficult is to remember them 🙂 In this post you will describe a cool way for creating strong, yet easy to remember passwords and increase your online security.
To quickly create a strong password we can use one of online password generators. There are quite a few different websites that can help with that. Here are some of them: dashlane.com, lastpass.com and roboform.com. The problem with password created in such a way is, that it is almost impossible to remember. Here are some passwords I quickly generated:
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I have just bought a new Motorola Moto G5. Fantastic budget Android phone! One of the first things I wanted to do with it was to make a screenshot. Here is how to do it, it applies to Moto G5 but also other Motorola phones from G family.
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In today’s tutorial we will learn how to switch on and off character auto capitalization on Mac or MacBook. I recently wrote similar tutorial for Microsoft Word and Google Docs users, if can check it here: How to stop words capitalization in Microsoft Word and in Google docs.
I am currently trying to learn how to program and while doing some courses, I try to make so notes. Because in my notes there is a lot of code, I did not like auto capitalization and turned off. But, using the same setting, you can also switch it on, if you wish so.
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Trying to right-click on MacBook and nothing happens? Here’s what to do…
I recently bought my first MacBook and I encountered following problem. When I connected the mouse, everything seemed to be working just fine and I could use right-click. However, when I was using the Trackpad, I couldn’t right-click to activate context menu. I mean, I could click it but nothing was happening.
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Today quick and easy tutorial how to stop words from being capitalised at the beginning of the sentence in Google docs and Microsoft Word. I was making some notes in Google docs document the other day, and had to write some code in ruby programming language. The default option was to capitalise letters which, in this particular case, was not required. I have changed the words back to small caps only to have the same problem a few lines later. If you have the same issues, it is better to change the general setting and stop the program to change letters completely. Here is how to do in Google docs and Microsoft word.
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