No matter what operating system you use, it will need to be updated at some point. How often do you update your OS?
Does your eye get strained easily when viewing computer at night? Here is one way to prevent computer related eye problems, with a simple app called F.lux.
If you’re looking for a photo-editing app, Fotor is cross-platform compatible and is packed with filters, basic and advanced tools, collages and more. Let’s check it out.
Dukto is a simple application that lets you easily share files and text with other computers or mobile devices connected over a LAN.
Google, Apple, and Samsung are all developing health apps with health-data platforms. Do apps inspire you to keep fit?
Want to publish your own book and become a writing expert? These publishing book tools will be your best aids.
There are advantages and disadvantages to open source software, but is open source software comparable to software sold commercially?
Isn’t it really annoying when you have a PDF file that you need to modify or change? Here is a list of tools that let you openly edit PDF files.
Evernote is popular, but that doesn’t mean you have to use it. Let’s take a look at these Evernote alternatives and see what you think.
Skype may be the most popular voice/video call service that most people are using, but it is definitely not the only player in the market. Here is a list of alternative to Skype that bring better audio/video communication than Skype.
Spotify is an awesome on-demand music player for all platforms and what makes it even better is the ability to install apps. Here are 6 cool Spotify apps you should really check out.
Most, if not all, computer comes with an Office Suite application. It is one of the most essential application we use on a daily basis. While most people will have heard of Microsoft Office, not all of them will be using it, manly because it comes with a steep price and many people doesn’t need […]
If you are a freelancer who charges by the hour, you will know important it is to track the amount of time you have spent on each project. While there are several good time tracker software for Windows and Mac, there are only a few for Linux, and most of them are too basic and […]
There are a lot of applications you can use to play your video. Many people use Windows Media Player because that is what your Windows machine came with. There are other options like QuickTime/iTunes and the wildly popular VLC. Noow is a pretty new competitor to the media playback game. Its claim is that it […]
I am sure you don’t move house everyday, but when you do, one of the headache is to decide the layout of your new house. I have recently renovated my house and while everything is in a mess, I have to come up with the layout design of the house. I don’t have the luxury […]
Everyone knows about Teamviewer – it’s one of the most popular remote support applications out there. However, it also has a rather high startup cost if you want to use it for professional purposes. With licensing prices ranging from $749 to around $3,000, this can be prohibitive if you’re just starting out. Thankfully, there is […]
VLC is great – it’s as simple as that. It’s so full of useful features that we’re already on our second article about some of the lesser known (but still really great) things it can do. Last time, we covered some gems such as the ability to normalize the audio tracks or transcode videos. This […]
I find it surprising that no-one has yet stepped up to the plate to post a review of the magic that is Spotify here on MakeTechEasier. This application has truly revolutionized the way that I consume music, and I only see things getting better. For anyone who has been living under a rock, Spotify is […]