WordPress released the beta version of WordPress 4.0 that includes some new and improved features to improve back-end user experience. Let’s check out what’s new in this WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 Release.
Evolve OS is a new desktop Linux distribution which includes the Budgie Desktop. The project is currently in the Alpha stage. Let’s check it out how it works.
If you don’t like the new compose window in Gmail, here is how you can revert back to the old compose window in Gmail. Only for Chrome and Firefox.
Bookmark a URL doesn’t allow you to add your own notes about that site. If you want to add notes and save webpages at the same time, AnnoPad is a great solution.
While Android Wear were launched only recently, there are already Android wear apps available for download. Here are ten apps that you can install on your smartwatch.
To make sure you have a secure password, LastPass comes with a security audit feature that allows you to know the strength of your overall passwords. Let check it out.
You are probably not aware that Flash has an “Rosetta” exploit. Here is what you need to know about Rosetta Flash exploit and what you can do about it.
This tutorial teaches users how to use the File History in Windows 8 for easy file recovery and customise the settings to change how it works in the system.
There was a time when any advancement in technology seemed like a good thing, but is it too much of a good thing?
When you click the Publish button in WordPress, it turns the article live without prompting. To overcome this, you can get it to show a confirmation message before publishing.