Lubuntu Review: A Lightweight Ubuntu Variant

Lubuntu Review: A Lightweight Ubuntu Variant

Other than the default Ubuntu that we all know of, there are also the Kubuntu (KDE), Xubuntu (XFCE), Edubuntu, Mythbuntu etc that run different desktop environment and serve different purpose. And yes, there is a new buntu addition to the family. Let’s welcome: Lubuntu. Lubuntu is a Ubuntu variant built using the LXDE desktop, which […]

5 Things You Didn’t Know VLC Could Do

5 Things You Didn’t Know VLC Could Do

There’s a good chance that if you’re reading this, you’re familiar with VLC, the high quality audio and video player for Linux, Mac, and Windows. Its speed, portability, and built-in support for most common codecs make VLC an extremely popular choice for playing video. While that’s all well and good, VLC can do a lot […]

How to Restore Grub 2 As The Main Bootloader

How to Restore Grub 2 As The Main Bootloader

For those who are having a dual (triple or quad) boot system in your computer, chances are, your bootloader might break when you update one OS to a newer version. If you are using Ubuntu (with the new Grub 2 bootloader) and you installed Windows. The Windows bootloader will erase your Grub 2 and you […]

Hot Tech Deals (May 5th)

Hot Tech Deals (May 5th)

Are you looking to buy your next tech toys, computers, laptops, accessories or any other tech stuffs? Are you spending all your time and efforts comparing different sites just to find out the best deal in town? Look no further, we have scoured the web to locate the best tech deals for you. Factory refurbished […]

Fancy A New Social Media Browser? Try Fizzik

Fancy A New Social Media Browser? Try Fizzik

Social media enthusiasts, have you ever wished for a browser that can unify all your social media activities and enable you to find more stuffs easier and share contents with friends faster? Flock is one such tool and Yoono Firefox addon is another good choice. Now there is another player in the market – Fizzik. […]

How to Easily Mount NTFS Partition in Mac Snow Leopard

How to Easily Mount NTFS Partition in Mac Snow Leopard

While Mac Snow Leopard comes with support for NTFS volumne, it doesn’t really automatically mount it (or provide you a way to mount it) upon booting up. Most people resort to MacFuse and NTFS-3G while others tried various hacks just to get their NTFS partition working in the Finder, with varying success. If you are […]

Exaile – The First Linux Media Player I Don’t Hate

Exaile – The First Linux Media Player I Don’t Hate

Anyone who knows me will have heard me rant about the poor state of music software, particularly for Linux. There seem to be two types of music players out there: the tiny ones that don’t get in your way but often lack important playlist features or format support, and the monstrous software beasts that drag […]

How to Enable Mac’s Hot Corners In Windows

How to Enable Mac’s Hot Corners In Windows

One of the features that I like best in Mac OSX is the built-in hot corners feature. By specifying the action for each corner of the screen, I can quickly get my Mac to do stuff with the flick of the mouse to the respective corners. For example, when I move my mouse to the […]

Daily Hot Tech Deals (May 3rd)

Daily Hot Tech Deals (May 3rd)

Are you looking to buy your next tech toys, computers, laptops, accessories or any other tech stuffs? Are you spending all your time and efforts comparing different sites just to find out the best deal in town? Look no further, we have scoured the web to locate the best tech deals for you. Apple Apple […]

Qjoypad: Keyboard to Gamepad Mapping for Linux

Qjoypad: Keyboard to Gamepad Mapping for Linux

Gaming on Linux can be a wonderful, irritating, or anything in between. Sometimes you get things exactly the way you want them, and other times, you have to improvise. Ideally, every game would support the devices you want to use with it, but there are a few instances where games do not yet support joysticks […]