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How to Remove The Annoying Update manager Pop-up in Ubuntu Jaunty

How to Remove The Annoying Update manager Pop-up in Ubuntu Jaunty

For those who are using Ubuntu Jaunty, you will notice that there is a change in the way the system notifies you to upgrade software. In the past, an icon will appear on the system tray whenever there is new update available. In Ubuntu Jaunty, instead of showing the icon, the update manager will now […]

How to Backup And Install Your Linux Applications With AptOnCD

How to Backup And Install Your Linux Applications With AptOnCD

Everytime after you have reformatted the hard disk and reinstalled the Linux distro of your choice, the one troublesome thing that you need to do is to re-download all your applications and restore all the settings. This is made worst when your wireless connection just don’t work with the newly installed distro. How are you […]

How to Easily Encrypt Your USB Drive in Windows 7

How to Easily Encrypt Your USB Drive in Windows 7

USB drive is a great tool for you to bring your data anywhere you go without having to lull the whole computer along. The bad thing is, it is small in size and can easily be misplaced or stolen by others. When such incident occurs, the last thing that you want to happen is to […]

How To Open Your Web Links In New Tab In iPhone’s Safari Browser

How To Open Your Web Links In New Tab In iPhone’s Safari Browser

When you are surfing the Web, opening URL links in a new tab is often the best and efficient way to navigate between sites and not to lose focus on the current one. When I am doing research for my writing, I depended heavily on the tab functions of the browser. However, when I am […]

How To Access Windows Live Skydrive From Your Desktop

How To Access Windows Live Skydrive From Your Desktop

Dropbox, Sugarsync and Zumodrive are some of the great online storage services that you can use to store, sync and access your files right from your desktop. However, they only offer a meagre free storage space (less than 5GB) that may not even be enough to backup your MP3 files. On the other hand, Windows […]

MakeTechEasier Forum Launched!

MakeTechEasier Forum Launched!

After months of preparation, we are proud to announce the launch of our very own MakeTechEasier forum. Be sure to click on over and take a look around, and be sure to bookmark the page if you intend to visit often: MakeTechEasier Forum The forum is powered by bbPress, which in my opinion, the best […]

8 Useful Tools To Manage Multiple Twitter Accounts Simultaneously

8 Useful Tools To Manage Multiple Twitter Accounts Simultaneously

If you have only one Twitter account, there are thousands and one tools that you can use to post your tweets and receive updates. However, if you own more than one Twitter accounts, you will find that managing them simultaneously is not as easy. Most Twitter clients (including the Twitter website) support only one instance […]

Ubuntu: How to Mount iso, Bin And Cue Files Directly From Nautilus

Ubuntu: How to Mount iso, Bin And Cue Files Directly From Nautilus

We have covered the easy way to mount iso images in Windows. This time round, we are going to cover the easy way to mount an iso, bin or cue file in Ubuntu without having to hit the terminal every time. With the use of fuesiso and nautilus-actions, we can easily create an option in […]

How to Mount ISO Images In Windows

How to Mount ISO Images In Windows

Mounting ISO images in your OS is a great way for you to view and run the content of the disk image without having to burn it into a CD/DVD. While Mac and Linux come with native support to mount ISO images in the system, Windows, regardless which version you are using, doesn’t come with […]

How to Restore Ctrl + Alt + BackSpace In Ubuntu Jaunty

How to Restore Ctrl + Alt + BackSpace In Ubuntu Jaunty

In most Linux distro (including Ubuntu), the keyboard combo Ctrl + Alt + Backspace is often used as a shortcut key to restart X. However, in Ubuntu Jaunty, this keyboard shortcut was disabled, “to reduce issues experienced by users who accidentally trigger the key combo”, as quoted by Ubuntu. I don’t know how many people […]