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Everybody knows that the Google has always kept out search records which help sell ads. But you have any idea, that Google also record your voice searches too? A couple of years ago, Google launched a new portal for all Google account-related activities, where you can manage your privacy settings, see what you've searched for, and where Google has logged your location.

Windows comes with a robust search engine that allows you to find apps, search the Windows Store and the web, and find files on your PC. The search engine in Windows 7 used to find content not just in file names, but also in the contents of files. You could even search the contents of .zip files in Windows 7.

If you are a Firefox user and have upgraded to version 55, you might have noticed a new screenshot button on the toolbar in the upper-right corner of the browser. However, not all users have it yet. It’s still in beta and the company is gradually rolling it out as it works out any remaining bugs. The screenshot tool will be available to all users when Firefox 56 is released at the end of September. If you don’t want to wait, here’s a look at how to turn on and use Firefox Screenshots.

Another year, another iOS upgrade; version 11 is upon us and it comes packed with an assortment of new, fun features and changes. There is a lot of refinement to make your iPhone and iPad more productive. iPad users, in particular, will appreciate the new Dock, which makes multitasking, drag-drop and split view easier.

Bored at work? In line at the supermarket? Need to keep the kids entertained? Android has a hidden video game.

When you’re navigating unfamiliar roads, chances are you launch Google Maps on your Android. But using this app eats up data – and if you’re roaming in another country, you might come home to a surprise on your mobile phone bill.

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