Like breaking up with past lovers, when deleting something from our browsing history, we all have that lingering feeling that it’s never really gone. Some may even suspect that multinational tech giants such as Google might have been keeping tabs on all the searches you’ve made — and they’re right. Unless a genie granted you… Continue reading Think your Google history is gone for good?
The reason we part ways with certain things is that we don’t wish to see them ever again. But in this modern day and age, is that possible? Imagine that the deleted search history you believed to be dead and gone rose from the IT grave like zombies bent on causing you nothing but embarrassment… Continue reading Can others access deleted Google history?
It’s undeniable that we hide skeletons in our closets, your search engine history included. Users might not know this, but Google keeps a full record on EVERY search you have ever made, removed searches as well. If you thought you deleted all your secret searches, think again. Luckily there are things you can do to… Continue reading Is your Google history 100% gone?
Most of us have probably at some point deleted an important email we shouldn’t have. It happens. We think an email is pointless and don’t want to file it away or create a new folder for it, so instead we carelessly delete it. 30 days pass and then the email is gone for good. And… Continue reading Keep deleted emails forever with Office 365
Have you ever deleted an email only to discover months later that you still need it? If so, you’re in luck. Office 365 has now made emails recoverable indefinitely- whether it’s been deleted for a few days or a few years. Here’s the scoop on Microsoft’s new policy that makes this possible. If you’re a… Continue reading Recover emails indefinitely with Office 365
It happened quickly in an intense moment of passion. You had just gotten back from a vacation to find over a hundred emails in your inbox. Determined to peel through them all, you took a shot of espresso and set out on email deletion rampage. One trashed email quickly turned into two, which then exploded… Continue reading Office 365’s nifty new email policy