The FindBar Tweak add-on for Firefox lets you instantly search for text in all tabs and windows, as opposed to just a single tab. Here’s how.
Enjoying the newest version of Safari in OS X Mavericks, but hating the new zoom feature? Here’s how to easily disable the smart zoom feature.
Do you need to find the IP address of your network printer? Follow this steps to find it on your Windows computer.
There is an archive feature on Twitter that lets you download your tweets, starting with your first tweet. Here’s how to do just that in 3 simple steps.
Don’t like the new Google App Launcher? Want to get the old black Google menu bar back at the top of Google websites? Here’s how to do that in Chrome.
There’s nothing worse than having a CD/DVD stuck in your Mac, with no way to get it out. Luckily, this short and sweet terminal command can force eject stuck CD from your Mac.
Looking for a way to overcome having too many tabs open? Use this quick trick to save and restore groups of tabs in Chrome without installing an extension.
In this tutorial, we show you how to create an OS X Mavericks bootable USB drive and perform a clean install on your Mac.
This quick tip will show you how to keep up with your Facebook Notifications in your favorite feed reader via RSS.
A new keyboard applet is enabled by default in Ubuntu 13.10. If you have no use for it, here’s how to disable it.
Deskhop is a Facebook app that lets you securely share your screen with any Facebook friend, by installing a temporary program on your computer.
Tired of having folders full of unneeded archive files on your Mac? Learn how to automatically move archive files to trash or delete them after expanding.
If you have a large amount of tabs open in Firefox, wouldn’t it be much easier if you could preview your Firefox tabs just by hovering your mouse over them? Here’s how you can do it.
Have you forgotten your WiFi password and need to recover your network password on a Windows PC? Here’s how it’s done.
When you download a file in Firefox, a blank tab will open for no reason. Wouldn’t it be better if it didn’t happen at all. Here’s how to put an end to it.
By using a hidden menu bar option in Mac OS X, you can add an eject disk button to the menu bar, so that you can easily eject a CD or DVD with one click.
Don’t want your browsing history, previously typed URLs or bookmarks displayed when searching from Chrome’s Omnibox? Use this quick trick to exclude them.
Are you looking for a quick way to download video from YouTube to your computer? Look no further!