If there is a need for you to send email from the command line, say to report the progress (or failure) of a backup process, you can easily do so in Linux. Check it out here.
Don’t like the new Google App Launcher? Want to get the old black Google menu bar back at the top of Google websites? Here’s how to do that in Chrome.
The newer Mac doesn’t have a audio line-in port, so how can you use external microphone in Mac? We will show you how.
Many people scoff at the idea of using a password manager as hey feel they’re too complicated to use. The truth is, password managers are one of the best ways to manage your passwords on the Web. We’ll show you why.
There’s nothing worse than having a CD/DVD stuck in your Mac, with no way to get it out. Luckily, this short and sweet terminal command can force eject stuck CD from your Mac.
Unlike a regular desktop distro, Zentyal is designed as an one-stop web server for small office and enterprises users. The distro has all the components you need to setup a server.
You’re probably wondering why your ISP is not switching to fiber optics and providing faster connection speed. We will take a detail look at the situation and answer all of these questions in a way that’s easy to understand!.
Looking for a way to overcome having too many tabs open? Use this quick trick to save and restore groups of tabs in Chrome without installing an extension.
Most hard disks comes with several partitions. If you need to manage hard disk partitions in Linux, fdisk is the tool you need.
Mac OS X Mavericks comes with 43 beautiful, stunning and yet, hidden, backgrounds. Use the trick here to access these hidden Mavericks wallpapers