Weekly Wrap-up: Microsoft Wants IE6 Dead Edition

This week, we show you how to manage your Picasa web Album from Android, synchronize any folder to Dropbox, email large files securely, convert Mac font to Windows compatible font, transfer contacts from Android, Blackberry to iPhone, secure your Gmail with 2 steps verification and many more…

5 Most Popular Articles Of The Week

1. Back to Basics with KDE 4

2. Linux Startup Taking Too Long? Chart It!

3. Oomfo: Create Stunning Charts for PowerPoint Presentations

4. How to Secure Your Google Account With 2-Step Verification

5. Right-click Your Way To Productivity With Quick Cliq

Giveaway of the week

CloudBerry Backup Review + Free Giveaway

News of the week

1. Microsoft counting down to the death of IE6

2. WordPress got hit by massive DDoS attack.

3. Google profile got a new facelift, looks like your Facebook profile

4. Facebook launches its own commenting system across the web.

5. New Mac OSX Trojan found

6. Apple launches iPad 2, much thinner and faster

7. Google acknowledges Gmail issues as users complain of missing emails

8. Angry Birds to arrive at Facebook next month.

9. Google used a kill switch to remove 21 malware-infected apps from both its Android Market and from people’s Android devices.

Other useful How-to articles

1. How to remove the Quickbar on Twitter for iPhone

2. How to Add Contact Information to Your Mac’s Login Screen

3. How To Change Window Transparency in Windows 7 with a Hotkey

4. How to add a detailed battery indicator to Ubuntu

Software of the week

1. MailStore – Easily backup and archive your Gmail account.

2. DropSpace – Add Dropbox sync to Android.

3. Cloud Print BETA – Enable wireless printing from Android.

4. Minimalist For Google Reader – minimalist interface for Google reader.

That’s all for the wrap-up for this week. If you have any tips, tricks or any topics you think we should include, feel free to email us at tips [at] maketecheasier.com

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