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Expand Google Chrome Horizontally in Mac OS X

Expand Google Chrome Horizontally in Mac OS X

If you are using Google Chrome in Mac OS X, you will notice that clicking the green (maximize) button will only expand the browser window vertically. It doesn’t expand horizontally to fill up the screen. To get it to expand horizontally and fill up the screen, you just have to press “Shift” while clicking the […]

Take a Timed Screenshot in Mac

Take a Timed Screenshot in Mac

In Mac, you can easily take screenshot with the “Command + Shift + 3″ and “Command + Shift + 4″ shortcut keys. But what if you want to take a timed screenshot, say take a screenshot after a 10 seconds delay? Mac OS X comes with a hidden screen capture tool call Grab that allows […]

Quickly Find the File Path Of A Document in Mac

Quickly Find the File Path Of A Document in Mac

[Mac] When you open any document in Mac, you will only see the title of the document in the title bar. What if you want to find out the file path of the document? Rather than opening the Finder and search for the file path, simply press the “Command” button and mouse click on the […]

Quick Tips to Type Faster in Android

Quick Tips to Type Faster in Android

If you are using the default Google keyboard in Android, here are a few tricks that you can use to improve your typing speed. 1. Press “space” twice to insert a period – Instead of physically typing a period at the end of each sentence, you can now hit the “Space” key twice and it […]

Schedule Ubuntu Shutdown With This Simple Command

Schedule Ubuntu Shutdown With This Simple Command

While there are plenty of tools that allow you to schedule your Ubuntu to shutdown at a specified time, here is an inbuilt command that you can use to automate the shutdown of your computer. It will save you the effort of installing third party software too. Open a terminal and type: sudo shutdown -h […]

Quickly Shut Down Mac With This Shortcut

Quickly Shut Down Mac With This Shortcut

The usual way to shut down your Mac OS X is to move your mouse to the Apple icon (at the top left corner), click on it and select the Shutdown option. You will be shown a confirmation dialog and only when you click the “Shut Down” button, then will the machine shut down. What […]

Add Google Keep to the Unity Launcher in Ubuntu

Add Google Keep to the Unity Launcher in Ubuntu

If you are a Ubuntu as well as Google Keep user, here is a quick and easy way to add Google Keep to the Unity Launcher. This trick only works in Google Chrome. 1. Open Google Chrome and install the Google Keep app. 2. Launch the Google Keep app. It should show up in a […]

Use Keyboard Shortcuts to Navigate the Start Screen [Windows 8]

Use Keyboard Shortcuts to Navigate the Start Screen [Windows 8]

The good thing about the Windows 8′s Modern interface is that you can pin your favorite apps to the Start screen. However, if you pinned too many apps to the screen, navigating them can be a chore. On a tablet, you can move around in the Start screen by swiping left/right. On the desktop, you […]

Add Keyboard Shortcut to Unity Lenses [Ubuntu]

Add Keyboard Shortcut to Unity Lenses [Ubuntu]

Do you know that all the default Unity lenses come with a keyboard shortcut that you can use to quickly access it? For example, you can use “Super + a” to open the Application lens and “Super + f” to open the Files lens. What if you have installed a custom lens and want to […]

Quickly Clear the Terminal Command With a Keyboard Shortcut

Quickly Clear the Terminal Command With a Keyboard Shortcut

[OS X / Linux] The good thing about the command line is that it allows us to get things done quickly. The bad thing? You have to memorize the commands by heart and one wrong character can cause the whole command to fail. Luckily, you can quickly wipe out everything you typed with the shortcut […]