Spark: Easily Create Hot Keys For Almost Any Application in Mac

Spark: Easily Create Hot Keys For Almost Any Application in Mac

No matter how popular the mouse become, using a keyboard shortcut is still the fastest method to get your way around. The default installation of Mac comes with a set of hotkeys that you can use right away, like F12 to bring up the dashboard, F9 to show expose etc. But if you want to […]

How to Control Windows Startup Programs Without Special Software

How to Control Windows Startup Programs Without Special Software

It’s amazing how many special pieces of software there are for the simple task of managing Windows’ startup items. Especially considering the fact that Microsoft has long included a tool in most versions of Windows for just this purpose. It’s called msconfig, and it’s been there all along waiting to help you speed up your […]

Ninite For Linux: Install Multiple Applications Without Any Hassle

Ninite For Linux: Install Multiple Applications Without Any Hassle

The one thing that almost everyone does after a system reformat is to re-install all the applications and restore the system back to its previous state. A troublesome, boring, and sometime tedious task. It can get worst if you do not have access to the Internet. Wouldn’t it be great if you can install all […]

PixelApp’s Magic Collage v2.3 [Free Giveaway]

PixelApp’s Magic Collage v2.3 [Free Giveaway]

Digital cameras allow us to take troves of pictures without worrying about where we will store them. However, there are very few creative ways of actually displaying these pictures. PixelApp Studio’s Magic Collage 2.3 solves this dilemma by creating beautiful collages from your image files. In this week giveaway, we will be giving away 10 […]

How to Limit The CPU Usage of Any Process in Linux

How to Limit The CPU Usage of Any Process in Linux

Have you ever experienced the situation where you open one particular application (such as Firefox) and it brings the whole system to a standstill? If you are running a web server, the last thing that you want to see is to have an application crashes the whole system and bring all the websites down. Cpulimit […]

Spiritual And Religious Software For Linux

Spiritual And Religious Software For Linux

While some might assert that Linux itself is a religion, there are plenty of religious and spiritual people who use and love Linux. Therefore, there are naturally a number of software packages for various religions. In my search for such software, I have undoubtedly left some out, so feel free to suggest any I have […]

Relooking at Cairo Dock For Linux

Relooking at Cairo Dock For Linux

More than a year ago, we reviewed Cairo Dock for Linux and how you can install and configure it in Ubuntu Intrepid. Fast forward to the present moment, Cairo Dock (now known as Glx-Dock) is still very much alive and has become one of the best dock application for Linux. The release of the latest […]

Snippet: How to Create Jumplist Items For Your Site For IE 9

Snippet: How to Create Jumplist Items For Your Site For IE 9

Internet Explorer 9 beta was released a few days ago and one of the feature includes the pinning of any site to the taskbar. With a simple dragging and dropping of the tab to the taskbar, any site can be pinned to the taskbar and the users can quickly click on the icon to launch […]

How to Set Up Your Own (Free) Dark Age of Camelot Server

How to Set Up Your Own (Free) Dark Age of Camelot Server

Before World of Warcraft, there was Dark Age of Camelot (DAoC). For those who haven’t played, it’s a medieval MMORPG originally from Mythic Entertainment, now owned by EA. It was DAoC that formed the basis of many of the game mechanics now found in Warhammer Online. Camelot is still alive today, but its popularity has […]

How to Download Files Directly Into Your iPhone

How to Download Files Directly Into Your iPhone

Just recently, I tried to browse the net through my iPhone just for the sake of testing the WiFi connection of my neighbor; some websites really caught my attention because there were documents that were so important and I need to download them. Unfortunately, iPhone’s Safari browser does not allow downloads from any websites. Thus, […]

How to Create Video Tutorials on Your Mac Using ScreenFlow

How to Create Video Tutorials on Your Mac Using ScreenFlow

I’ve been doing a ton of work lately with video. From green screen to screen capture, video on the web continues to grow as a way to distribute information. To take advantage of this growth in a quick and easy way on my own sites, I’ve wanted to do some quick how-to’s that I could upload to […]

Snippet: How to Uninstall Internet Explorer 9 in Windows

Snippet: How to Uninstall Internet Explorer 9 in Windows

For those who have installed Internet Explorer 9 beta last week, you will find your previous installation of Internet Explorer been replaced by this latest version. In addition, when you try to uninstall the application (via Control panel), you will find that you won’t be able to do so, simply because the IE 9 entry […]

How to Sync Folders Between Multiple Computers With a USB Drive

How to Sync Folders Between Multiple Computers With a USB Drive

The biggest problem with managing multiple computers is with the data saved in the respective hard drives and accessing them. Imagine you have to work with two computers daily – one in your office and the other one in your home. You have to keep the important files and folders synced from both computers, if […]

Winners of Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder

Winners of Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder

Thanks for all your participation. The Wondershare DVD Slideshow builder contest had come to an end. Here are the 5 winners: vaibhav srivastava @vibhusri Mike M @mrm528581 Adam @the_daily_walk GT @GTGT1 kurtumi @kurtumi Congratulation! You will be notified of your winning shortly.

Internet Explorer 9 Beta Review

Internet Explorer 9 Beta Review

I might as well admit right up front – personally I’ve considered Internet Explorer to be somewhat of a joke for the past few years. A slow, incomplete, non-standards-compliant joke. Perhaps I’m being a bit harsh, perhaps not. Opinions aside, it’s hard to argue against the fact that it’s been playing technological catchup for the […]

Okular: Universal Document Viewer For KDE 4

Okular: Universal Document Viewer For KDE 4

One of the new applications introduced with KDE 4 was Okular. KDE 3 had a PDF viewer named KPDF, but Okular aims to be a complete document viewing solution, supporting many different file types. Okular is fast-loading and works in any operating system and desktop environment that can run KDE applications.

Tips and Tricks For Your Shiny New Kindle

Tips and Tricks For Your Shiny New Kindle

I am the proud owner of a brand new Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi (a.k.a. Kindle 3). This sleek graphite device is great when I want to read at home or on the move. The size and weight are just perfect and even after holding it for a few hours I can barely feel it resting on […]