WhatFont is a Chrome extension that will identify the fonts used on any web page, just by hovering your mouse over them. No more web font guessing!
Want to copy and paste or cut and paste an item right from Spotlight on your Mac? It’s easier than you think! Just follow these steps.
While the App nap is useful, you might want to disable it for certain apps. Find out how to disable App Nap in Mac OS Mavericks on a per-app basis.
LinkedIn emails & notifications seem to be never-ending; too many are sent out daily. Fed up? Here’s a bookmarklet to help you unsubscribe all at once.
Don’t browser away from that dead or broken web page! Use this Firefox add-on instead, used to resurrect dead web pages.
TypeWonder makes it easy to preview web fonts on any website in on the fly. Just enter the site URL, choose a font type, and see how the new font looks!
Is your mouse pointer too small in OS X Mavericks? Have no fear, here is how you can make your mouse pointer bigger and easier to see.
Don’t want anyone peeking at your attachment in the Mac OS X Mail app? Here’s a quick tip that will show you how to disable attachment previews.
Have you ever wanted to copy all links on a web page while browsing? This Firefox add-on lets you copy all links on a web page in a matter of seconds.
The Netflix Trailer Button Adder extension lets you watch movie trailers on Netflix before watching in Chrome. Here’s how.
In addition to Facebook and Twitter, OS X Mavericks also lets you post to Linkedin from the Notification Center. Here’s how to set it up.
While Chrome’s sync feature is convenient, it can be dangerous if your account is hacked. Protect your sensitive data now by clearing your Chrome sync data.
Want to insert smilies and symbols into your tweets and/or Facebook status messages? If so, here’s how you can use Emoji in Mac OS X Mavericks.
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.
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.
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.
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!
With a single-line terminal command used in Mac OS, you can add half star ratings to your songs in iTunes. Here’s how.
Add an extra layer of protection to your Evernote account by enabling two-step verification. A code will be sent to your mobile phone whenever you log in.
Unhappy with the restrictions of Google’s new App Launcher? Learn how to customize it in Google Chrome and even add custom shortcuts!
The dock in Mac has done a good job in auto-hiding itself when not in use, but it will be better if it comes with the intellihide feature – intelligently hiding itself when there is a need to. Here is how you can add intellihide feature to the dock in Mac.
If you’re one of those who uses iTunes to listen to music, you may be looking for easier ways to control it while doing other things on your Mac. We’ll take a look at 6 Mac apps that allow you to control iTunes from the menu bar.
Are you tired of limitations and restrictions that are included with most cloud sharing services and email services? With Minbox, you can send files of any size and type fast – often within seconds.
One of the restriction with cloud storage services is that you are confined to a single folder where have to place your files for them to be synced to the cloud. MacDropAny is a simple app for Mac that lets you easily sync any folder on your Mac with your favorite cloud storage.
If you’ve ever suffered a hard disk failure on your computer, you know how devastating it can be – especially if you haven’t been backing up your data regularly. Wouldn’t it be great if there is an early warning system that can keep you up-to-date on the status of your hard disk and lets you know right away if errors are found?
Love it or hate it, OS X Mavericks is coming this fall. If you just can’t wait to try out some of its features, have no fear because you really don’t need the new OS to get these new features. Instead, I’m going to show you how to get all of Mavericks features and more by using third-party tools and applications that are already available to you (most for free).
There may be times when you have sensitive items on your computer that you want to keep away from prying eyes. In Mac OS X, you can easily secure your folders and protect yourself with the Espionage app.
Are you bored with the folders on your Mac? Even though some folders may have different icons on them, they’re all the same boring blue. Are you looking for a quick and easy way to create custom folders for your Mac to make the important folders stand out? If so, Folder Magic is the perfect application for you.
For this week’s poll, we want to know what your thoughts are about tablets. Are tablets useful to have or just another luxury product?
Do you have issues with noisy or overheating fans on your Mac? If so, Macs Fan Control app is both effective and easy-to-use tool that can help to keep these issues under control.
Do you use pinned tabs in Chrome as a way to keep up with your email and/or social networking sites – like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn? Wouldn’t it be great if you could display notification counts for messages and unread items on your pinned tabs? Here’s how you can do so.
Are you looking for an easy way to make your Mac’s battery last longer when there’s no outlet around? If so, a free and open-source application like gfxCardStatus lets you see exactly which apps are affecting your battery life by using power-hungry graphics.
Do you have a lot of Login Items on your Mac that are slowing down your startup time? Learn how to fix this issue with DelayedLauncher.
Do you often open a lot of tabs in Google Chrome, just to leave most of them untouched for hours? One way to prevent it from eating away your computer’s memory is to suspend the tab until you’re ready to use it. Here’s how to do so.
AppsBar gives you a quick launch bar for all your recently closed apps on a Mac. It displays your recently closed apps at the top of the screen, uses very few resources and does not engage the discrete GPU, so you won’t have to worry about it slowing down your computer.
Not everyone likes to talk about death, but sadly it’s inevitable. Because of this, Google has decided to give its users total control over their data, should their account become “inactive.” This is done via their new Inactive Account Manager, which can be used to plan your “digital afterlife.”
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to perform website searches from your Mac’s desktop? With Phlo, you can now search any website with ease.
While Google has implemented two-factor authentication a long time ago, many people will wonder what took Microsoft so long to follow suit. While they are late to the game, it is still better late than never. Here is how you can activate the two factor authentication for your Microsoft account.
Do you have a lot of browser bookmarks in Firefox and/or Google Chrome? If so, I’m sure you’d like an easy way to search through them on your Mac – like you can with Safari bookmarks. Luckily, the Brow Mac app makes that all possibly in just a few short, simple steps.