If you use the Google search by image function quite often, you know that it can take a few steps to get to your final results. Wouldn’t it be easier if you could initiate a Google search for any image, right on its respective Web page?
Do you have a favorite webpage that you like to check multiple times a day? How about turning it into your desktop wallpaper so you can quickly access to your favorite webpage without having to open your browser.
If you’ve ever needed to access a computer remotely, you may have tried advanced software in the past with overly technical steps. Luckily, accessing any computer remotely doesn’t have to be that difficult, thanks to the Chrome Web Browser.
Do you have a lot of bookmarks saved in your Google Chrome Web browser? If you’ve been saving and constantly adding new bookmarks for months or even years, it’s inevitable that you’re going to have some links that are no longer valid.
GrabBox is a Mac app that saves native screenshots to your Dropbox Public folder, and then copies the URL to the clipboard for sharing.
Do you have a huge mess of files and documents on your Mac as well as in your cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive? If so, you can now use Found to search for files that are on your Mac as well as in the Cloud.
Are you bored with your current Mac Login screen or just looking to change it up a little bit? Here is how you can change the Login screen’s default background image and logo in a matter of minutes.
If you are subscribed to a lot of RSS feeds, chances are you are spending plenty of time sifting through all of the items you don’t want to read, wouldn’t it be easier to completely filter them out and get them to show only the items you want? We’ll show you how.
Do you need a quick and easy way to mash up multiple RSS feeds into a single feed? There are various tools available for this task, but the best and easiest is ChimpFeedr. It’s a simple tool that combines the RSS feeds that you choose into a single feed.
Each day, Bing features a beautiful high-quality image on their homepage. Not only that, they also provide fun facts to go along with the image. If you are in love with the images, why not bring them to your own desktop?
If you often use Alt+Tab to switch between applications in Windows 8, you may often wish that you could change it just a little. Here is a simple, yet useful tool that you can use to tweak the thumbnails, margins, icons, and more for Alt+Tab.
Have you ever needed to print out a Web page, but didn’t have a printer? Or maybe you have a printer, but you’re just looking to save your ink and paper? Whatever your situation, one of the best and easiest solutions to this problem is to simply save the Web page as a PDF file.
If you’re a fan of the multitasking feature in iOS, you can now have it on your Mac OS X desktop as well. TaskBoard brings iOS style multitasking to the desktop. You can use it to see all of your running applications, and switch between them with a single click.
How do you find important email messages in your Gmail account? You probably use a filter/label combo or maybe you simply use the Gmail search bar. However, you may also want to browse Gmail messages by icon, since pictures are so much more appealing.
One of the things that is lacking in the Spotify app is that there’s no internal equalizer, so you can’t boost the quality of Spotify music, and it often sounds kind of flat. Equalify is a free Windows program that can boosts the quality of Spotify music.
If you have a large amount of links saved in your Pocket account (previously Read It Later) and use the service on a daily basis, you can post your Pocket links to WordPress automatically.
One of the downsides of Mac OS is that there’s no native/internal window management feature. I hate to admit it, but in this manner, Windows OS definitely trumps Mac OS. Luckily, us Mac users have numerous apps that we can use to help us achieve window management bliss.
How often do you use the Google Bar – you know, that black bar that sits at the top of most of Google’s websites? If you’re like me, you probably don’t use it often because it’s a bit of an inconvenience. Here’s how to customize the Google Bar so that it will work for you.