We have been using the Internet for many years but despite that we have missed plenty of Internet tricks. We have sorted out some handpicked Internet tricks which we are sharing today at GIZEST. #1 Check if a Website is Safe for Browsing You can check a website is safe to visit or not by typing
You must have collected a pretty long list of email addresses over the years. But it’s impossible to check each and every mail. The solution, then, is to create a single, unified inbox that collects all of my emails in one place. All of your emails flow into one inbox, and you can respond using
Do you know Gmail has a feature known as “Undo Send“? If not then you should know about it. This feature can save you from many embarrassing situations in future. Undo Send allows you to stop an unwanted email from reaching its recipient. If you have enabled Undo Send feature then from now on if
Have you ever thought to control your PC from your couch or from outside your home with just by your smartphone, if yes then we have a way you can use to control your PC from anywhere? In this article, we have covered step by step guide to remotely control your PC from a smartphone.
You definately have installed many frivolous apps on your smartphone, but how many of them could actually serve to save life. We know no one likes to think of the possibility of getting caught in the worst case scenario, but in case you ever find yourself in an emergency it is always better to be prepared.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is used to transfer files between computers on a network. FTP is what that enables you to send files from your computer to your web hosting server. It is popular protocol for uploading and downloading files and you can count on it to deliver files cleanly. In this article we have covered
First we have to clear up the confusion between the Deep Web and the Dark Web, to understand them we have to go through the all the different aspects of web. Let us start with the Surface Web, it is available to the public and can be indexed by standard search engines. The surface web