I use a lot of tools to help me on my computer to make my online experience a whole lot better and easier, I am going to list and give a brief description and review of my own experiences with each one. When I say tools, I am meaning software applications that I use on my PC, I have some free software and some paid for versions.
Firefox Web Browser.
This is a great free alternative to Microsoft’s ‘Internet Explorer’ or ‘Edge’ as it is now known. Firefox has a lot of customizations and add-on tools that will suit all users of the Internet.
Roboform is a log-in and passkey management software that will help you to create and use strong passkeys and also will help you to remember your log-in details to all of your online accounts and will save you the bother of going through the laborious task of resetting your passkey because you have forgotten it again! Read my post on managing your log-ins and passkeys.
Libre Office is open source software from The Document Foundation and is free for any one to download and install on their PC. Why would you want an expensive monthly subscription for the same software from other sources. Read my post on an alternative office application.
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