Author Archives: infoave

New Chrome Extension Checks for Hacked Passwords

New Chrome Extension Checks for Hacked Passwords Google has a new, free Password Checkup extension for Chrome that automatically checks your passwords to make sure they have not been hacked. The extension checks your passwords in real-time – as you use them – against a huge Google database of  approximately four billion known hacked/stolen passwords.… Read More »

Never Get Locked Out of Your Windows 10 PC

Never Get Locked Out of Your Windows 10 PC First, if you don’t know if you’re using a Windows 10 Local Account or a Microsoft Account see this page. If you’re using a Microsoft Account to log in to Windows,and you forget your password you can reset it online. One advantage to using a Microsoft… Read More »

Windows 10: Local Accounts vs. Microsoft Accounts

Windows 10: Local Accounts vs. Microsoft Accounts What is a Local Account? If you’ve ever signed into a Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 computer, then you’ve already used a local account. A local account is just a name for an account you use to access your computer. Local accounts work only on one… Read More »

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #801 – Available Online

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #801 – Available Online If you’re not a subscriber to Cloudeight InfoAve Premium Newsletter, please join us. It’s delivered to your inbox every Friday and it’s completely free! Subscribe right now! Cloudeight InfoAve Premium, Issue #801, was sent to all subscribers on Friday, February 15, 2019 at approximately 10:50 AM,… Read More »

The Fighters

The Fighters Nah, we’re not those kinds of fighters. We’re not the kind of fighters that throw knockout punches or wild left hooks. We’re fighters fighting for you and fighting to keep our small business going. If you have a small business, then you know that you have to be a fighter to survive, because… Read More »

How Your Browser’s Address Bar Can Help Keep You Safe

How Your Browser’s Address Bar Can Help Keep You Safe No matter what browser you use, it has an address bar. The address bar is where you type in the address (URL) of a site you want to visit. It’s also the place where you can see the address of the site you are on.… Read More »