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Automatically start and dock your programs

Thanks for stopping by to check out our free Launcher Dock application built for Windows to automatically start programs and dock them exactly were you want them. Free Windows tool to manage the way you launch and dock your programs on a single or multiple screens. Works great for video walls. Personalise the way your computer starts. Open All Your Favourite Programs Automatically When You Log On. Watch the Intro Video. If you’re like me and use multiple screens, there are certain applications you start and use every time you turn on your computer. You open up Gmail to check your email and then you move that window to one corner of the screen, then you open up Skype and …

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Automatically start and dock your programs

From Gmail to Fastmail

Email is crucial to me, I can’t even remember the last day I didn’t check my inbox. It’s my preferred channel for communicating and interacting with other people “electronically”. Like many developers I also use emails to keep track of the activity of all the projects I contribute to. I also receive all sorts of emails from machines, sometime server alerts or even from my Arduino powered home automation. Finding a good email provider is a hard task. You need a company you can trust to receive, manage and deliver all your emails especially when you have more than 80k+ emails in total (like I do). In this article I’m going to do a quick overview of the reasons I chose Fastmail …

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From Gmail to Fastmail

Google’s Revamped Gmail Could Take Encryption Mainstream

Illustration: WIRED Encryption is the best way to protect your online communications from the prying eyes of the National Security Agency. So says NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. The rub is that email encryption systems like PGP – short for Pretty Good Privacy – are a real pain for people to use, especially if they’re not steeped in the minutiae of computing. That means few people use PGP, and those who do are in danger of using it incorrectly. But it looks like Google is trying to change that. According to Venture Beat, the search giant working to create a new version of Gmail that makes PGP encryption far easier to use. Google didn’t respond to our request for comment on the story, and even if …

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