If you have installed Linux Mint (or the Cinnamon Desktop) and found that the two-finger scrolling on touchpad is not working, here is how you enable it.
If you are always following technology news, your bookmarks menu must be flooded with dozens of links to various websites where you for the latest topics.
If you are using Firefox on a tablet, you may want to switch it to run in Desktop mode by default so websites will always load the desktop version.
Gmail allows you to filter and automate the organization of your incoming emails. Here are 5 Google scripts that you can use to further automate your Gmail.
If you upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10 and find the date time indicator missing in the menu bar, here’s the fix.
If there is a need for you to send email from the command line, say to report the progress (or failure) of a backup process, you can easily do so in Linux. Check it out here.
If you are one of those “old” Mac users who are not eligible for free iWork, here is a simple trick to grab the latest iWork for free.
Technology myths are everywhere. On occasions, it costs you money and make you poorer. Let’s take a look at some of the technology myths that cost you money.
In Mac, you can easily input the dollar sign ($) symbol. What if you need to enter an European dollar sign (€) and other currency symbols? Here is how you do it.
Gmail filters is a good way for you to organize your inbox without you doing the manual work. Here are a few ways that you can make good use of Gmail fliters.
If you entered a wrong URL in Chrome’s omnibar, it will continue to show up in the suggestion, which can be rather annoying. Here is a quick way to delete a URL from the Chrome omnibar.
If you are planning to back up files to Dropbox from the terminal, Dropbox Uploader is the best solution for you.
When an app misbehave, it is best to kill it before it crashes the system. Check out the various ways you can use to kill a process in Linux.
Need a QR code? Here is one quick way to generate a QR code with a URL.
If you are always searching Google Images with a set of filter, here is how you can customize Google Images Search Result to always show the result you want.
Instead of manually download and install Google fonts on your system, you can now make use of TypeCatcher to easily install Google Fonts in Ubuntu.
It’s the time of the year again where Canonical is going to launch a new version of its popular Ubuntu distro. You may be wondering if the upcoming release, Saucy Salamander 13.10, is a worthy upgrade, or one that you can skip altogether. Let’s check out ubuntu 13.10 Final Beta and see what’s new and if it is worth upgrading.
There are tons of ways to create QR code. If you are a Google Drive user, here is one quick way to create R code in Google Document