There are many types of assistive tech gadgets that are made specifically for people with disabilities to make thing easier for them. Here are five of them.
Are your browser tabs out of control? Here are some useful tips and tricks along with tab management extensions to manage Chrome tabs like a boss.
If you frequently deal with Windows Registry, here’s a way to bookmark Windows Registry locations so that you can easily find them later.
Did you know that Firefox lets you open web pages on the left side to keep up with its information? Here’s how to load web pages in the Firefox sidebar.
Having issues with the Edge browser? You can’t uninstall it, but you can manually delete most of its core data & re-register it. Here’s how to reset Microsoft Edge.
Need a convenient way to keep your kids busy while getting other things done? Here are four free kids apps that don’t bombard the kids with ads and offers.
Bluetooth might seem like an old technology, but it still has many uses and works with many devices. Here are 6 other uses of Bluetooth besides wireless audio.
Google recently launched a Chrome extension similar to Pocket that lets you save websites for later viewing called Save to Google. Here’s how it works.
Chrome includes data sync which syncs most of your Chrome data, like saved passwords, to all your devices. Here’s how to do that while keeping your data secure.
There are many features in WhatsApp that can improve your experience. Here are some tips and tricks for WhatsApp power users to help boost productivity.
In Gmail it can be difficult to pinpoint your email reply. Let’s see how you can quote and reply directly to to a specific phrase in Gmail.
If you’re bored with the Windows 10 Command Prompt and desperately want to change up the look, this tutorial will show you how to customize it.
Did you know that you can download an Android app that will generate unlimited wallpapers for you based on a specific pattern? Here are four apps that let you do that.
Missing the Firefox status bar? Some are using add-ons to make up for it, such as Puzzle Bars. Here’s how to use it to add multiple Firefox icon bars to the browser.
If you are having a hard time crafting a professional invoice, then you can take advantage of some online tools to create invoices. Here are 4 to check out.
Looking for an easier way to switch user profiles in Chrome? Here’s how to switch Chrome user profiles with keyboard shortcuts.
Desktop icons: some like to keep them on the desktop and others like to hide them. If you’re looking to hide them, AutoHideDesktopIcons is a tiny Windows tool that can help.
Concerned about your PC’s protection? Check out SecureAPlus, an antivirus program for Windows that adds an extra layer of protection to existing protection.
Nirsoft’s freeware, BrowserAddonsView, lets you see all the extensions installed in your system. Here’s how BrowserAddonsView can help you keep track of all your browser extensions.
PPSSPP is one of the best PSP emulators that supports almost all platforms, including Android. The emulator is open-source and completely free to use. Here’s how to play PSP games on Android using PPSSPP.
If you’ve ever landed on a web page in a different language than what you speak, it’s good to have an extension or add-on to help translate web pages. Here are some to check out.
Whether you are a Facebook addict or new to the social network, these handy tricks will help you use Facebook like a pro. Check out these seven tips and tricks.
In this tutorial we show you how you can open and close your optical disc drive using Windows shortcuts in two different methods.
Find it annoying to adjust the volume every time you switch to another Android app? Try App Volume Control; it lets you adjust the volume for different apps.
There are many driver update tools available that will automatically keep all your Windows drivers up to date. In this post we share four of those software tools.
Behind Chrome’s minimalist design, it hides hundreds of features – even some you may not know about. Let’s check out some of those little-known Chrome features.
If you want to keep up with more than one time zone in Windows 10, here are a few methods to help you do so.
Looking for some easy tools to help turn your photos into sketches? Here are three free tools for the Web.
In this post we will show you how to uninstall the Windows product key and install it again on another PC.
GoogleTel is freeware software that automatically arranges downloaded Google contacts in .html format so you can easily print them. Here’s how to use it.
Sometimes you don’t want to share your Facebook status with all your friends. Here’s how to update your Facebook status with only those specified.
VLC makes it easy to add and manage subtitles and offers simple, yet powerful, options to get the best experience. Here’s how to add subtitles in VLC player and sync with the video to get a comfortable experience.
There are many Android diet apps available that will let you calculate your calorie intake and offer diet plans. Listed here are four Android apps that will help you with dieting.
The best way to keep tabs on imminent natural disasters is with your smartphone. Here are four apps that deliver early earthquake warnings to help keep you safe.
There are many Valentine’s Day themes available for Windows to fill you or your spouse’s Windows PC with love. Here are six of those Windows themes.
Not completely happy with Google Now or just don’t want to use it? Here are four alternative virtual assistant apps for Android.
There are many third-party bookmark managers available to help organize your bookmarks and get rid of the clutter. Here are three of the best ones for you to check out.
Typing on a mobile device is so much slower than on a keyboard. If you’re frustrated by this decrease in speed, here are a few ways to type faster on Android with the least amount of hiccups.
We have to say goodbye to the beloved screenshot and editing app, Skitch. If you’re an avid Skitch user looking for an alternative, here are some replacements to check out.
Are you taking full advantage of all that your Google account has to offer? If not, here are some not-so-common services/apps that can be accessed with your Google Account.
Going away for a trip or vacation? This article lists some simple practices to help you protect your home while you are on holiday and ensures you need to spend the least cash while doing so.
If you don’t like spending your hard-earned cash on apps, then you might be looking to get paid Android apps for free. This article will show you some legal ways to get paid Android apps for free.
Microsoft Outlook is a very popular software for Windows but can also be very slow. If you’re looking to speed it up, here are some tips.
Looking to customize your bulleted lists in Microsoft Word with custom pictures? This article will show you two methods to add pictures as bullets.
If you frequently use maps, then you might want to create custom maps that are specially customized for your needs. Here are five of the best tools for this purpose.
To help you create astounding typography for your photos, here are the 5 best typography apps that will let you create amazing typography on your smartphone.
If you are a bit concerned about Google tracking, then you might want to know what Google knows about you and how to opt out. Here we’ll show you how to do that.
Is your favorite website blocked at work or a public location? If so, here are 4 of the easiest methods to access blocked websites.