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  1. Mozilla Firefox’s HTTPS-Only Mode provides extra privacy and security online. With it enabled, Firefox will try hard to only load encrypted HTTPS websites. If only HTTP is available, Firefox won’t load the unencrypted website without asking you. Why Is HTTPS Important? The secure protocol HTTPS is the bedrock method of maintaining privacy and security on the web. It sets up an encrypted connection between your browser and the web server that prevents third parties from eavesdropping on or tampering with the data being sent between you and the site you’re browsing. Unfortunat
  2. Originally, Windows 10 would ask if you wanted to switch to Tablet Mode if you disconnected your keyboard or folded your convertible PC. Starting with the October 2020 Update, Windows 10 now automatically switches your machine to tablet mode without asking. If you prefer, it’s easy to turn this off in Settings. Here’s how. First, open Windows “Settings.” The easiest way is to open the Start menu and click the small gear icon in the tiny sidebar on the left. Or you can press Windows+i on your keyboard. In “Settings,” click “System.” In the “System” sidebar, click “Tab
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