Add And Auto-Update RSS Feeds In Firefox With Livemarks

Livemarks is a Firefox add-on that can manage and automatically update your RSS feeds right from your Firefox bookmarks folder. Download and install it from here. After it is installed, it can be accessed anytime from the add-ons list. To do this, press Ctrl+Shift+A or type in the Firefox address bar the following and choose Options: about:addons Adding and configuring Livemarks: By default, Livemarks...

Enhance And Denoise Images With These Free Online Tools

AI Image Denoiser and AI Image Enhancer are free online tools to enhance quality and remove image noise. Using AI Image Enhancer: This is a web tool that doesn’t need any installation. Go to the Enhancer page here and click on the upload icon. The images to be processed need to have a maximum resolution of 2000 x 2000 and not be greater than 5 MB in size. Wait for the upload to be complete....

How To Enable Secure DNS In Google Chrome

Google Chrome version 83 onwards now supports secure DNS. This essentially is DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) which means that all DNS requests will be encrypted. This secure DNS feature in Chrome also supports various public DNS providers like Cloudflare, Google DNS and so on which you can use instead of the ones provided by your ISP. A benefit of using these services is that they can automatically filter harmful...

How To Enable Offline Mode In Thunderbird

The Offline mode in Thunderbird is useful lets you compose emails and also download and read previous messages. Here is how to use it: To go offline, click on File >Offline. Then select Work Offline. So, the icon at the bottom of the Thunderbird window will change indicating that offline mode is now enabled. During this mode, you can still draft email messages. Click on the Write button as before....

Learn New Languages While Surfing Webpages In Chrome Using Toucan

Toucan is a Google Chrome add-on that makes learning new languages easy. It does this by making you familiar with words that are of a foreign language while you browse webpages. Languages supported are Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, and French. To use it, first, download and install it from the Chrome Web Store here. Once installed, the Toucan icon will be visible next to the Chrome address...