Two-factor authentication is an important security practice for protecting your privacy and data. Read on to learn how it works and how to stay safe.
PC cleanup is an often overlooked way to increase your productivity. Here’s how to quickly and easily improve your computer’s performance in five steps.
The Pocket app is a great way to get organized, stay informed, and spend more time reading. Find out how this app transforms users’ reading experiences.
Health apps are growing in popularity as Americans are becoming more health-conscious. Thanks to the Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act, the internet, and the rise of calorie-tracking apps like My Fitness Pal and Lose It!, people are increasingly co …
On Tuesday, the National Security Agency (NSA) announced it had found a “severe” security flaw affecting Microsoft’s Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, and Windows Server 2019. The flaw allows hackers to use fake security certificates to install malware …
Google’s acquisition of Fitbit promises innovation in the fitness tracker market, but also raises privacy concerns for users.
The best fitness apps offer custom goal setting, real-time feedback, and progress analysis. Let TracSoft show you three of the best fitness apps for 2020.
TracSoft explains Microsoft’s Windows 10 November update: what features are improved, how to install it, and potential problems the update can cause.
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From global climate change to poaching, many animal species are disappearing fast. But emerging AI and machine learning are becoming powerful tools in the race to preserve endangered species.
Until recently, network security focused on protecting the network from external threats. These include things like Distributed Denial of Service or hacking attacks from people unaffiliated with the business. However, by focusing on external threats, these protections overlooked threats that might come from inside the network itself.
Android virus protection programs are ineffective. Since most attacks against Android devices are malicious code embedded in seemingly normal apps, the best defense is practicing safe app installation habits, including enabling built-in Android defenses, only downloading from safe app stores, and monitoring how apps behave.