How to Automate Your WordPress Backup With iDrive

How to Automate Your WordPress Backup With iDrive

Make Tech Easier has covered several solutions to backup your information remotely. Dropbox is probably one of the most popular. iDrive is a solution which may appeal to a wider audience. Like many of the backup options out there, you have the choice of a free or a pay option. The pay option of iDrive […]

How to Remote Control VLC With Your Android Phone

How to Remote Control VLC With Your Android Phone

The best thing about living in 2010 and owning an Android phone is the incredible number of apps. My mission over the past few months has been to find the best apps that I can use to control my PC with my phone. I have tested a number of free and paid apps and put […]

4 More Ways to Clean Up Your Ubuntu Machine

4 More Ways to Clean Up Your Ubuntu Machine

It doesn’t matter if you are using Windows, Linux or Mac, as long as you don’t maintain it, it will grow out of hand and become very messy. Previously, we have discussed 8 useful ways and Bleachbit to help you maintain a clean lean Ubuntu machine. This time, we are going to show you 4 […]

How to Create High Quality Drum Beats with Hydrogen

How to Create High Quality Drum Beats with Hydrogen

Linux is known for a lot of great things, but you rarely see it listed as a platform of choice for multimedia production. Some of that poor reputation for multimedia has long been deserved, but in recent years the quality of Linux’s audio and video applications has been steadily increasing. One of the best loved […]

Hardware CPU Guide Part II: Differences Between Intel and AMD CPU

Hardware CPU Guide Part II: Differences Between Intel and AMD CPU

This is the second part of the Hardware CPU Guide series. If you have missed the first part, you still can read the article factors that affect a CPU’s performance. When it comes to CPU, there are only two main players in the market: Intel and AMD. You may have seen reports saying that Intel […]