what they are, how they work and the best options

what they are, how they work and the best options

As time passes, users become more and more aware of how important digital security measures are that prevent others from accessing your personal information and that protect the content that you post or store on local devices. Even more so when news such as the massive leaks of both Facebook and LinkedIn (initially denied) and others emerge.

That is why we are going to dedicate this article to tell what exactly are two-factor authentication apps and how they work, and also to propose the most popular options that can be found at the moment, through Google’s own app. So, let’s dive into the world of two-step authentication.

all the GPS navigation apps you can use in your car

all the GPS navigation apps you can use in your car

There are not many, but little by little the options are growing: Android Auto is gaining applications compatible with GPS navigation. Voice guidance, POI maps, favorites, real-time traffic… We detail all the apps you have at your fingertips to guide you to your destination.

Google was slow to open Android Auto to app developers, but little by little new material is arriving on vehicle consoles. Especially for applications intended for point-to-point navigation, the category that is most useful when driving. The group of apps already reaches a handful of good acquaintances; with a perspective of a growing future and of quality.

So you can successfully run old Windows and MS-DOS programs on your Windows 10

So you can successfully run old Windows and MS-DOS programs on your Windows 10

Along with increasing hardware requirements, one of the main reasons why some Windows users prefer to stay anchored in unsupported versions of this operating system is the fact that they work with old apps whose operation is not guaranteed in Windows 10.

However, as we have already said on occasion, lbackward compatibility is an aspect that Microsoft tends to take great care of in its software. Let’s remember, without going any further, these words from Steven Sinofsky, head of Windows 8 development: