Simply put, Angry IP Scanner is a cross-platform port and IP scanner that could save you a lot of time if, for example, you’ve forgotten the IP address of a device on your network. Or if you’re trying to troubleshoot a a service running on one of your computers. Or if you’re just wondering what […]
If you have a Google App account, you will be able to connect to GTalk using your custom domain name. In Linux, you can connect to your Google Apps GTalk account using your favorite IM client too. It is very easy to do it. The trick lies in the configuration. Once you got it correct, it will work everywhere.
Have you ever wondered who is the most popular pop star in social media? What about the most popular games of the year? Or the most popular politician in your country? In the past, there have been few ways to measure how popular one is in the social media space, but Starcount now allows you […]
In this episode of the weekly Android Questions and Answers series, we are going to talk about a couple of types of notifications, LumiRead and how the heck to find what you are looking for in the Google Play Store.
Windows Media Center is a great source of entertainment for some of Windows’ users, especially those that love to record their TV shows to watch later. Did you know that there are some ways to change the application to enhance your experience? Practically everything in Windows can be modified, and we’re going to talk about […]
If you are using the latest Gmail app on your Android phone, you will know that it comes with one limitation: it doesn’t allow you to download and view zip attachment. For emails with any other form of attachment, such as image files, word documents etc, you can easily view/save them to your phone. However, […]
Responsive Theme is in the rage. Everyday around the Web, you will see, hear, and read many content and tools on responsive theme. The next question you will ask yourself is: “how responsive is my site’s theme?” For those who are not aware, responsive theme refers to one single theme that will scale itself according […]
Everybody loves VLC. It works under Windows, Mac, and Linux; it’s free and open source; it does practically everything we expect it to do and more; etc. Yet there is one thing that makes VLC really special for Linux – the command line. Every function, tip, and trick can be used via the command line, […]
If you have a habit of storing all your temporary files on your desktop (or any other folder) and forgot to remove them later, you will find that your computer get messed up easily with tons of files that you have no use for. Once that happens, cleaning up your computer becomes a tedious task […]
Welcome back to another segment of “Ask a Windows Expert,” where a resident Windows expert from MTE answers a question about any version of Microsoft’s operating system, no matter how complicated. Are you having any trouble with your computer while running Windows? Click the “Ask Our Experts Now!” button on the right-hand side of any […]