Changing a wrong option in Windows registry can be fatal. If you want to track the changes made to the Windows registry, Regshot is the tool for you.
Have you ever used an Android app and find that it could be useful for your desktop as well? Here’s how you can run Android apps in Chrome browser.
Other than QWERTY keyboard layout, there are also DVORAK and COLEMAK which many claimed to provide faster input speed. Here is how to switch to DVORAK or COLEMAK format in Windows.
Logwatch is a powerful command line tool which aimed at helping with system log management.
Are you looking to change or remove the drive letter for your external partition? Here is how you can do so with Diskpart in Windows.
Smart Down pitches itself as a hybrid of a Markdown editor and zenware. It shares some similarities with both, and creates an unusually appealing piece of software overall.
Are you a command line as well as Evernote users? Try Geeknote – a useful open-source Evernote console client for Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X.
Read this first if you are getting a new mouse and wonder if laser mice is worth the extra cost.
IFTTT has a bunch of other cool and super useful social media recipes. Check out these 5 cool IFTTT recipes to automate your social life.
There are plenty of photo editors for the Desktop, but what about the Web? Let check out some of the powerful and feature rich online photo editors.
If you received the “Access denied” errors while modifying some system files in Windows, you can manually take ownership of files and folders to override the user permission.
With Android Lollipop, folks are starting to love Google’s new Material Design interface. Here are 8 Android apps that are already doing a sweet job of utilizing Material Design.
Do you often need to compare different versions of the same file to keep track of changes. Here are some of the file comparison (diff) tools for LInux.
Do you have a messy Desktop and hope that you can clean it up one day? Nimi Places is a useful app for you to organize and clean up your desktop.
Recently we published an article about the social network Tsu paying its users to post. Should social networks pay you to use their service?
Does your eye get strained easily when viewing computer at night? Here is one way to prevent computer related eye problems, with a simple app called F.lux.
There are many distractions in the Web. PomodoroFox for Firefox lets you blocks unproductive websites that you specify and be more productive.
The Internet isn’t free, as much as you like it to be. This article examines 3 of the best online resources where you can learn about Internet censorship.
Yovo claims to have solved the screenshot problem by using an optical illusion technique known as Barrier Grid illusion. Let see how it works.
Baton aims to make switching from one Android device to another completely seamless. Let check out Baton along with the features it provides.