Wallpapers breathe life into a desktop. But the same wallpaper can be boring after some days. if you want to automatically rotate wallpapers in your desktop, Wally is just the tool you need. It’s a cross platform wallpaper rotator that can rotate wallpapers in your desktop from multiple sources. You need not save wallpapers from […]
Video sites are springing up all over the place. Just like web pages and blogs, your favorite videos need a place to be cataloged for easy access later; enter Popscreen. Popscreen (beta) is a social video bookmarking and sharing site that allows you to keep all of your favorite videos in one spot.
With the growing popularity of netbooks, it is no surprise that many Linux distributions and software developers have created customized versions of their software to run on them. Some of the popular choices include Ubuntu’s Netbook Remix and Intel’s Moblin. Not to be counted out, KDE now has a version of their desktop environment designed for […]
While working with multiple programs and open windows, you would often want to hide some applications or programs that you aren’t using. May be you are working on a word document and do not want to get disturbed by your Instant messenger window. Or may be you are working in a corporate environment and do […]
Everyone has heard of Adobe Creative Suite, which allows you to create all types of print, web, and mobile design. With it, comes a hefty price to get all the applications to have a full design studio. Additionally, if you are using a computer system that doesn’t have the software installed, then you are not […]
If you haven’t added your Phone number in your Google account preferences, it’s high time you do it. The mobile phone number can be used to recover your Google account password in case you forget your password or lose control of your Google account. Yes, you can recover your Google account through a secondary email […]
Linux is often overlooked when it comes to music production. For a long time, there were good reasons for that. The complicated sound system, lack of professional-quality software, and limited hardware compatibility have all contributed toward a bad reputation for Linux when it comes to quality audio tools. We here at MakeTechEasier thought it was […]
As a tech blogger, I often have to take screenshots or make screencasts of software that I’m reviewing. Now, screenshots are easy and most operating systems have built-in methods of doing so and then there are excellent freeware applications also to edit images. If nothing else, a simple “Print Screen” works almost always. But, screencasts […]
User profiles are a set of information for a browser that includes bookmarks, addons, passwords, browsing cache, general settings etc. This user profiles let you use different instances of the browser from a single installation. This post will help you create multiple user profile for two mostly used browsers Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
A while ago I reviewed Last.fm which is typically my streaming music player/site of choice. Lately though, I have been growing weary of the same music and groups being played. I started looking around for some different sites to help me quench my thirst for new sounds. If you are looking around for new options […]