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The Best Alternatives to Mozilla Thunderbird for Windows in 2020

Posted by Christin on January 3, 2020

Thunderbird—created by Mozilla, the organization behind Firefox—has been a popular email client with a loyal following over the years, despite threats of halting updates and further development of the application. While Mozilla no longer supports Thunderbird, it still remains a powerful app with a robust library of add-on features that allow for full customization of your email experience. While some may enjoy the added functionalities, others may find this difficult and complicated to set up. Also, Thunderbirds interface may not be as user-friendly as other email clients out there, including those that have just as many (if not more) advanced features. For these reasons, you may be considering alternatives to Mozilla Thunderbird. Whether you’re looking for an entirely new email client or switching from Thunderbird, we’ve compiled a review of five Windows options below to evaluate instead of Thunderbird. Since Thunderbird is a downloadable program for PCs and Apple OS, we won’t be including mobile apps in this review. The 5 Best Alternatives To Mozilla Thunderbird:   Mailbird Mailbird is a relatively new email client that has quickly developed a reputation for being a powerful, feature-packed application that’s beautifully designed for a quick, easy user experience. Set up is simple and it only takes 5 minutes to learn how to navigate the app. You can also customize your layout and color theme to design an experience that’s ideal for you. The reason Mailbird has become the top alternative to Thunderbird is the many third-party app integrations. Users can connect Mailbird…

How To Get Organized With Your Web Browsing

Posted by Guest on April 19, 2016

Real talk: I have thirteen tabs open right now on my Chrome browser. That probably disqualifies me in most people’s minds as anyone who could offer assistance with organizing web habits for more efficient browsing. But, believe it or not, 13 tabs is quite a significant improvement from where I was at before. For years, I have been one of those habitual tabbers. I would open and pin a tab for everything. Paused videos, newspaper articles, blog posts, funny pictures of cats and/or overused memes…if it was on the web, it was pinned in my browser. I wouldn’t even close them; the same pins could sit there untouched for months. Then one day I would get fed up and start going through them, rediscovering those hidden gems I had forgotten existed. Or, if I was really frustrated, just right-click and closing without ever knowing what I had deemed important enough. I usually reached that point when it was taking minutes at a time to load up my web browser. A Modern Epidemic Of Bad Habits If I said that I would regularly have two or three dozen tabs open at any given time, most of the people reading this would probably be shocked. But there is a sliver of readers who are scoffing at my amateur status. The point is, the majority of us are guilty of being inefficient and disorganized with our browsing. That could mean a number of things, so I will address three specific issues: Tab Abuse Bookmark…