Here are 5 more things you should know.
1. The Great Suspender, a Chrome extension that suspends tabs automatically, allows you to keep a very large number of tabs open simultaneously without killing your CPU and memory.
It is a lightweight chrome extension to help reduce chrome’s memory footprint for users that like to have too many tabs open at the same time. This extension will automatically unload each tab while retaining its favicon and title text. A tab can be restored by clicking anywhere on the page when it is needed.
2. If you own a .edu, .gov, or .mil e-mail account, you can get a free digital subscription to the Washington Post.
- Go to washingtonpost.com
- Click on Sign In to your Profile at the top right of the home page (www.washingtonpost.com/profile)
- If you are already registered with a .gov/.mil/.edu email address that is eligible for a free subscription, sign in with that. If not, create an account with your email address.*
- Once you’ve registered/signed in, you will be directed to your Washington Post Profile. If you are not automatically redirected to your profile after you’ve signed in, click your username at the top of the page and choose “Profile.”
Once you are in your profile, go to the My Subscriptions tab and follow the instructions on how to get a free subscription with your valid email address. Do not go through the “Verify email address process” on the My Account Settings tab for free access. You must go through the process on the My Subscriptions Tab.
3. TrafficKam is an app that allows you to upload pictures of your hotel room which can save a child that is forced into CP.
You can take up to 4 pictures of your hotel room with this app. It allows travelers to submit pictures of hotel rooms around the world that can help law enforcement to track down traffickers by matching the pictures against a national database used by police.
4. You can add information to the Android lock screen so if you lose your device, the finder can contact you.
- Go to Settings > Security > Lock screen message.
- The message you enter will be displayed when the device is powered on or woken up and there is no need to unlock. This is possible in Android version 6.0+ (Marshmallow).
5. A website called Unroll.me, allows you to view and easily unsubscribe from all your subscription emails.
You don’t need to make an account to use this website, and it takes less than five minutes to setup. You’ll never have those annoying updates come through your inbox again.
It also gives you an option to combine all your subscription emails into one large email which will be sent once per day.