How many times have you deleted an email just to realize that it had an important file attached that you couldn’t get back? In cases like these, you should be using a service like Openera to auto-file Gmail documents and images to the cloud to be sure you don’t lose anything important.
How often do you open the Activity Monitor on your Mac, just to quit a running application? If you’re looking for a really quick way to kill running applications, here is a simple Mac app that lives in the menu bar and lets you kill running applications in one click.
Do you have trouble remembering all the keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X? Bookmark this list of keyboard shortcut now. Better still, download the cheat sheet and keep it with you all the time.
If you’re a Bing search user, you’ll be pleased to know that they’ve just recently added a tiny new feature to their Bing Images search results – Bing’s new Pin It button. Now you can pin images to Pinterest right from the actual image on the search results page.
Do you use various cloud services to save your documents, photos, videos, etc? If so, you may often do things to your files, like convert them to other formats or sync them with other services. What if these tasks could be done for you automatically?
Did you know that you can sign into Windows 8 using a picture and gestures instead of a traditional alphanumeric password? Windows 8 has a feature called “picture password” that gives you a great alternative to logging into your computer with.
Does your Mac often go to sleep at inconvenient times, like when you’re watching a movie or listening to music? Do you wish that you could have your Mac go to sleep at a specific time of the day?
As a WordPress blogger, you’re sure to use a variety of post types, formats, categories, tags, etc. However, it can be a pain to quickly skim through them all. Having them color-coded will make them much more identifiable.
Have you ever clicked on an article that was broken up into numerous pages? Those multi-page articles can be really annoying and time-consuming. If you’re tired of clicking “next” over and over again, here’s how to turn those multi-page articles into a single page.
The default browser in Mac is Safari and there doesn’t seem to be a quick and easy way to change it. This article will show you how to change the default browser on Mac from the menu bar.
Do you often spend too much time browsing the Chrome Web Store for the perfect theme? Is it hard for you to find a theme that you really like? If you’re really picky like me, it makes more sense to just create your own Chrome theme. Here is how you can do so without having to become a developer.
Do you use numerous widgets on your WordPress blog? Have you ever wished that you could add WordPress Widget Titles? If so, you’re in luck thanks to a WordPress plugin called Widget Title Links.
Have you ever thought about turning your public Google+ posts into an RSS feed? This is great if you’re looking to crosspost from Google+ to another social network, or to allow others to subscribe to your Google+ posts in their favorite feed reader.
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.