The web browser Brave recently launched version 1.11, and this one inches it closer to being one of the best browsers to use out of the box. While I covered the release of version 1.0, it’s been a mixed bag in terms of Brave’s reputation and progress.
The search engine and web browser company known as “Cliqz” has stated that it is no more. As Gene Wilder’s Willy Wonka character said sarcastically, “Stop. Don’t. Come Back.” That would best describe my feelings during my brief time using Cliqz.
Now with DeepL Japanese and Chinese support (more info here), I thought it might be a good time to check it out and see how it compares with some of the other translation services out there.
I discovered a great way to run the original version of Kid Pix free on modern OSes like Windows 10 and macOS Catalina. Kid Pix is a brilliant paint and art program that started on the original Macintosh platform before being ported to MSDOS, Windows, etc. Let me show you how to run the original on anything that has a web browser.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could airdrop from iPhone to Android or Windows? One of the most useful things built into iOS and macOS is Airdrop. However, it’s only on Apple devices. I just recently found out about a utility that makes it possible. Let’s take a look.