Create a Shortcut to Launch Chrome in Incognito Mode

Create a Shortcut to Launch Chrome in Incognito Mode If you use Chrome’s Incognito mode often, you can make a shortcut to launch Chrome in Incognito mode with just a click. Here’s how you do it. Open Chrome’s installation directory: “C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe” Right-click on chrome.exe, and from the right-click menu choose: Send to >… Read More »

Anti-Twin: A Duplicate File Finder That Works

Anti-Twin: A Duplicate File Finder That Works After years of trying and rejecting all kinds of duplicate file finders, either because they were distributed with garbageware, bundled with malware, or were too aggressive thus leaving reeling users with tears rolling down their faces because the files that some duplicate file finders found were not dupes… Read More »

VPN: The Myth and the Facts

VPN: The Myth and the Facts VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. You can learn more about what a VPN is from this article. VPNs are becoming more and more mainstream especially now that a VPN service has spending millions of dollars to reach the masses via television advertising. The company is NordVPN. NordVPN is… Read More »

Deleted Files in Windows: Gone but Not Forgotten

Deleted Files in Windows: Gone but Not Forgotten In our usual Cloudeight way, w’re going to take complex and geeky subject and put it in simple terms. Today, we’re going to discuss deleted files. When you “delete” files they’re not really deleted, but they’re not taking up space either. It’s sort of like they’re in… Read More »