Compressing files can be a great way to store data or send data. When data is compressed it takes, less space on your hard drive providing you more space to use and you will also be able to carry more data on your USBs and DVDs, etc.
Compression also helps in sending data online via email or uploading it on a platform for people to download. You also cannot send folders in an email, but you can compress a whole folder to send it via email. Read full post →How To Compress Files In Windows
The biggest drawback of Chrome when competing against other Web Browsers is you cannot continue a failed download from the point it failed, instead you have to restart. This might not be an issue if it was just a tiny file or a temporary download URL, but what if you were downloading a file that is in GBs and it was 70%+ completed? Do you really want to start from the beginning?
We have some solution for you that should be less time consuming than starting the whole download again. All you have to do is locate the unfinished download and resume it in Firefox.
For this purpose, you will need to have Firefox installed Read full post →How To Resume Chrome Downloads (Using Firefox)