Using command lines in Windows is easy if you understand its syntax. Here is a quick guide to show you how to read Windows command line syntax.
Do you have multiple computers, but only have one set of mouse and keyboard? Here is how you can share mouse and keyboard between Windows and a Raspberri Pi.
The Windows Mobility Center allows you to control your hardware from a single place, but is only enabled in laptop. Learn how to activate it on a desktop PC.
If you care about file organization on your Linux machine, you can easily find and remove duplicate files via the command line or with dupeGuru.
The user agent is important for developers to test their site on different browsers/devices. Here is how you can change the user agent in Firefox, Chrome and IE.
Remember all that old school DOS games like Dave, Doom, PacMan, etc? Let’s see how you can install and play these old DOS games in Windows.
You’ve probably seen the term RFC thrown around in applications that you’ve been using. What is this mysterious RFC that people been talking about? Let’s find out.
LithiumCard is an iOS charger which gives you an extra “juice boost” if your iPhone is running low on battery. The best thing is that it’s only of 5 credit cards thick.
Xargs is a useful command that lets you perform multiple command line operations in a single command. Learn how you can put it to good use.
A lot of you might have your own method to convert a text file to another format. Here’s a simple way to batch convert text files to other format in Mac. Check it out.