MultCloud is a free web app that lets you easily manage all of your cloud files. This review takes a look at how it works & some of its main features.
Don’t want your location being saved by Google Maps? Here’s how to disable Google Maps location history so that future visited places cannot be tracked.
Have I Been Pwned? is a free online tool that lets you quickly check to see if your email account has been compromised in a data breach.
This quick tip will show you how to merge multiple Finder windows into a single tabbed window via a custom keyboard shortcut in OS X Mavericks.
Don’t like the new automatic updates feature in OS X Mavericks? Here’s how you can disable automatic app updates so that you can update them manually.
Don’t want Google+ associated with your YouTube account or want to get rid of Google+ entirely? Here’s how to disconnect Google+ from your YouTube account.
This tutorial will show you how to schedule your Mac to start up and shut down at a specific day and time – every day or just a single day.
Surfly is a free web app that lets you browse the web with friends in just a few quick steps; enter a website, share a short URL & start surfing.
Are there websites that you only want to view in Incognito Mode? The Incognito-Filter Chrome extension will let you do that in a snap.
Are there some Preference Pane items you don’t use in System Preferences? If so, here’s how you can hide Preference Pane icons in Mac OS X.
Do you prefer the translucent look of the Mac dock found in Mountain Lion? If so, here’s a quick tip to make the Mac dock translucent in OS XMavericks.
If you use DuckDuckGo as your default search engine and want to create QR codes quickly, you can now create them directly on DuckDuckGo.com. Here’s how.
Buffer has added a new 2-Step Login security feature to their web app. This tutorial will show you how to enable two-factor authentication in Buffer.
UrlExt is an online service that combines up to 10 URLs into one short URL and then can automatically open multiple tabs for each URL when clicked.
The Quick Look feature in Mac OS X does not come with a text selection feature for documents, but you can easily enable it using this Terminal command.
This quick tip will show you how to pin the Mac dock to the top or bottom corner of the screen, on the right of left side, via Terminal.
Not using the Dashboard in Mac OS X? Why not get rid of it instead? Here’s how to disable the Dashboard in Mac OS X, and re-enable it if needed.
Looking to protect your privacy while chatting on Google Hangouts? Here’s how to disable Hangout history via Google+.