It is a brand new year and we have given Make Tech Easier a complete makeover. Our site now has a completely different look and we have also added several useful features. 1. Speed The main emphasis of this new design was to improve the page load time. Using the Genesis framework (affiliate link), cache […]
This week, we show you how to use BridgeURL to shorten multiple links in one shot, various ways to convert webpages to PDF in Android, install Android OS in iPhone, batch process files in GIMP, restore deleted files in WIndows 7 and many more tutorials.
KeePass (KeepassX for Linux) has always been my favorite password manager. It works in all platforms, including portable USB drive and can generate secure passwords and store them securely. One thing that it doesn’t support is a browser plugin that can detect the site you are visiting and auto-fill the login field for you. For […]
Year 2010 had been a great year. We have broken our 1000 articles mark, covered more topics, from Android to Google Chrome and iPad, and we are able to provide more regular free giveaway every now and then. Here is a recap of the best 20 posts in 2010.
This is a guest post from Anders Vinther (Easy-Email.net) These days, most people use a variety of electronic devices every day – computers, smartphones, iPads – you name it. I think the only person left who only uses one computer is my mum. We all know how difficult it is to keep your information up […]
Sometimes you are working on your computer and a file is deleted by accident, or maybe you need to recover your lost photos from a memory card. Piriform, the creator of CCleaner, offers a free tool – Recuva that can help you to deal with this sort of problems. This handy utility can even restore […]
We have gone through plenty of tutorials for GIMP, including creating arrows, drawing flames, create abstract wallpapers, etc. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to make use of the batch process feature in GIMP to batch handle your images. Usually after a photoshoot session, you will have tons of photos to […]
Google recently launched the Chrome Web Store which stocks Chrome “webapps” as well as Chrome themes and extensions. These free and paid webapps allow you to extend the functionality of your Chrome browser by installing small third party programs within your browser. we have outlined the method of installing and uninstalling these webapps as well […]
Browsing a website on your Android phone is easy. You just have to connect to a WIFI/3G network, launch your browser app and start browsing. When you chance upon an interesting webpage that you want to read later, you can either add it to bookmarks or save it with Read It Later app (like Instapaper). […]
Our recent article entitled Ubuntu As Intended drew in a fair amount of discussion about the base software and configuration in the default Ubuntu install. Some readers pointed out a few alternatives that aim to take the standard Ubuntu desktop and give it more polish than the original. Some of these projects just include a […]