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Get started with a family history search online

Genealogy – tracking your family history – is easier than ever thanks to the internet. If you’re interested in getting started on your own ancestral journey using online tools, this article will show you how to get started.

 

4 scams targeting retirees right now

2020 has been a year of immense change. Unfortunately, as we all try to pivot and adjust to the new normal, scammers are on hand to take advantage of the uncertainty.

A guide to music streaming

It wasn’t too long ago that music was only accessible on vinyl records or over the wireless. Yet music technology has undergone major revolutions over the past 60 years. Now, with just the tap of a finger, users of music streaming services can listen to millions of songs on demand without even having to download them. Here’s how.

 

How to buy, sell and make money with Facebook Marketplace

Gone are the days (well, mostly) of garage sales and “For Sale” signs in windows. These days, the majority of buying and selling of second-hand items is done online – and with a bit of knowledge, it’s something you can easily partake in.

 

Snap decisions

You would have to be living under a rock to miss the fact that photography has come a long way from the Box Brownie. The top apps and tips for making better memories.

 

Do you need a new computer?

The tech world changes so fast, but do you have to change with it? We look at the reasons and timings for upgrading your home computer.

How to protect your identity and personal information online

It’s now more important than ever to pay careful attention to the information we share on the internet. We explain how to protect yourself.

Sending large files

Sometimes it can be difficult to send large files over email due to download and send limits. But there are plenty of websites and programs that can help.

5 easy tricks to manage your passwords

It seems everything has a password these days. Here are some tricks to help remember them, store them and make them hard to crack.

Will Australia soon become a cashless society?

If you’re the type to pay for your morning coffee with a good-old-fashioned $5 note, you may have noticed the looks you receive across the counter are becoming stranger and stranger in recent times.

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