Finding specific content within files can be fairly difficult. SeekFast is a simple, but powerful, tool that helps you find text inside files. If you can put words in it, SeekFast can search it.
Documents don’t have to be dumb, and the developers behind Coda have realized this. Coda adds functionality to your documents and make them smart.
If you’re looking to get some work done and want to prevent notifications from distracting you, Freedom is an app to selectively block distractions.
Have you ever thought about running PC games on your Android phone? This is possible, though you’ll have to consider what exactly you’re looking to run.
If you rely on CorelDRAW and something goes wrong, it’s a major problem. Recovery Toolbox for CorelDRAW could be a lifesaver for such occasions.
Setting up a Linux home server is relatively easy, but securing it is another story altogether. Learn how you can secure your Linux home server.
There are times when you want to access your Mac remotely, and there are many different ways to remote access your Mac. Here are some of the easier ways.
LibreOffice added support for opening and editing remote files saved on another location. Here is how to edit remote files from Google Drive in LibreOffice.
If you’ve spent any amount of time browsing the Web, you’ve encountered captchas. To tackle this, a captcha solver like 2captcha is a secret weapon.
There are times when you need to open a floating window right beside your work so you can monitor it constantly. Pennywise can solve this problem for you.
Plain text note-taking apps are popular because they are easy to use and compatible with all platforms. These are the best plain text note-taking apps for every platform.
If you’re looking for a different note-taking app, Notion is a promising new app that rethinks how we approach documents.
The newer iPhone doesn’t come with a headphone jack. If you are still using wired headphones, here is how you can use it on newer iPhones.
Running out of space on your Mac isn’t fun. Figuring out what is taking up the most space is easy. Make use of these tools to check disk space in Mac.
Usenet is older than the Internet as we know it. To access Usenet, you’ll need a Usenet provider. That’s where a provider like UseNeXT can come in handy.
Vim is well-known for its steep learning curve, and something as simple as exiting Vim can be difficult. Learn how you can exit Vim editor in Linux.
If you are working with a file in macOS, there are times when you will get the error code 43 message. Here is how you can fix Mac’s error code 43 issue.
Recovery Toolbox for Access specifically repairs MDB and ACCDB database files and is an invaluable tool if you’re an Access power user.
IFTTT may be a web-based service, but it’s also available for Android. We’ve put together a list of the best ways to automate your Android phone with IFTTT.
There are numerous ways to spruce up the XFCE terminal. For those who want to tweak their terminal, here are five great XFCE terminal themes to check out.
If you live in Outlook as some people do, backing up and storing your data becomes increasingly important. This is where Stellar Converter for OST comes in.
You have plenty of choices when it comes to screen recorders for Ubuntu. Here are some of the best screen recorders for Ubuntu that you can use.
Some task apps have so many features that keeping them up to date is a task in itself. If you prefer a simpler option, TaskPaper might be perfect for you.
If you frequently use PowerPoint, you might need Recovery Toolbox for PowerPoint, especially if your PPT files get corrupted easily.
If you’re a musician on a budget, Linux might be attractive, as there is a wealth of music production apps available. Here are some of the best apps for music production on Linux.
If you have a collection of hi-res music, you don’t have to get a standalone player. You can use your Android phone as a hi-res audio player. Here’s how.
Pip is a package manager for Python that lets you easily install packages from the Python Package Index. Learn how you can install Pip in Ubuntu.
Moving data between PCs can be a hassle. EaseUS Todo PCTrans Professional 10.0 is meant to do exactly this, and it adds a lot of other functionality into the package as well.
cURL is a command-line tool for transferring data with URLs and it is an incredibly powerful tool. Learn how to make full use of the cURL command in Linux.
Just because you are using XFCE doesn’t mean it has to be ugly. Looking to spice up the look of your XFCE desktop? There’re plenty of XFCE themes around.
It’s fairly easy to extract a zip archive in Linux. Even so, there are more advanced ways you can open zip files and deal with their contents.
Dropbox on Linux has dropped support for all other filesystems except for Ext4. This shows how to get Dropbox working agin in non-ext4 filesystem.
If you use Linux, there will be a time when you need to know more about your network. The ss command is useful for you to monitor your network connection.
You might find yourself running the same few commands every time you launch PowerShell or the command prompt. Why not save some time and run them automatically on launch?
FreeNAS and Unraid are two popular options for creating a Network Attached Storage. There are a few factors that make it easier to choose which one to use.
If you’re looking for a graphical Git client, there are a bunch of GUI Git clients available for the Mac. Here are some of the best Git clients to try.
The default Terminal app on macOS works just fine, but it’s far from the only option available. Here are some of the best alternative terminal apps for Mac.
Homebrew is a handy tool for Mac users, and now it is available for Linux and Windows under the name Linuxbrew. Here is how Homebrew for Linux works.
If you rely on Spotlight but find it lacking features, an alternative launcher like LaunchBar could be just what you need. Check out how it works here.
There are plenty of specialized Linux distributions for the Raspberry Pi. Here are some of the best Linux distro you can run on Raspberry Pi.
You can create your own version of Google’s G suite with Nextcloud and OnlyOffice. Learn how you can install both Nextcloud and OnlyOffice in Ubuntu in a few steps.
If you’re looking to start a static blog, you can now do it for free with Github Pages. Learn how you can create your own static blog with Jekyll and Github.
Apple Reminders is not a power user’s task management system, but Goodtask can keep its simplicity and features while adding another feature set of its own.
Sandstorm makes it easy to install an entire library of self-hosted productivity apps on your server. All you need to do is install Sandstorm to get started.
Whether you’re selling or trading in your Mac, you need to reset everything. Learn how you can factory reset your Mac, restoring it to like-new condition.
Switching notes apps isn’t an easy decision. Fortunately, migrating your notes from Evernote to Bear is a fairly straightforward process.
Many Android phones these days include manual modes in their cameras. Learn how you can take amazing photographs with manual camera controls.
Apple’s iTunes doesn’t support FLAC files natively. Here is how you can convert your FLAC files to ALAC format and import them to iTunes automatically.
Snap has come along as an easy way to run almost anything, including games, without hassle. Here are some of the best games in Ubuntu Snap Store.
Taking a screenshot in Linux isn’t difficult, but you can make it better with Flameshot. Find out why you should use Flameshot to take screenshots in Ubuntu.