A new keyboard applet is enabled by default in Ubuntu 13.10. If you have no use for it, here’s how to disable it.
Linux has several different command line tools that can encrypt and decrypt files using a password supplied by the user. Let’s take a detail look at some of them.
On a new Android device, do you prefer to continue your game, or start over again from level one? We’ll show you how you can move game progress across devices.
Deskhop is a Facebook app that lets you securely share your screen with any Facebook friend, by installing a temporary program on your computer.
Exposé is a handy feature in Mac that re-arrange all open windows so you can find the one you’re looking for. The good thing is, you can get Mac’s Exposé in Windows too.
Windows 8.1 is here. We’ll show you the basic process to upgrading to Windows 8.1, starting with Windows XP and all the way to Windows 8.1 Pro Preview.
Most users conveniently classify viruses, worms, trojans, spyware as “viruses”, but the fact is they are not really the same. This article explains it all.
Tired of having folders full of unneeded archive files on your Mac? Learn how to automatically move archive files to trash or delete them after expanding.
Screencast videos are an ideal tool to provide instructional assistance. Kazam for Linux is simple enough for new users, and offers tweakable controls to experienced users.
A fake piece of software will do everything it can to convince you that it’s real. This is particularly true for a fake antivirus program. How can you detect this?