Looking for the best way to create 3D printable models? In this article we will show you how to make and print 3D models with Sketchup Make.
Are you looking for a Skype alternative with no central server? Meet Ring. It’s decentralized, focused on privacy, and is all about peer-to-peer.
Turbo Download Manager is a download manager that’s available on basically every platform and browser. In this article we take a look at this multi-platform download manager from inbasic.
Interested in OneNote and looking to move your notes from Evernote to OneNote? Here’s how to switch from one note-taking app to the other.
The free cross-platform 3D rendering program Daz 3D Studio comes with poseable human being objects and scenes to render. Here’s how to set up Daz 3D and get started.
A number of viruses evade security software detection causing huge problems. So we ask: are anti-malware applications worth the trouble anymore?
Part of Apple’s DRM system requires that all content endpoints be authorized to use the content you buy and use on them. Here’s how to authorize and deauthorize a computer.
Looking for more tips regarding Sketchup Make software? Here are a few more tools to make better models. We cover using guides, snapping cursors, reference points and more.
Want to decrease the size and/or file size of your images? This tutorial will show you how to resize and optimise images using GIMP.
Looking for an easy way to manage your projects and tasks no matter where you are? MeisterTask is a free web-based agile project and task management system.
Sketchup is a CAD program. In this article, potentially the first of a series, we show you how to get up and running doing 3D modelling in Sketchup Make.
If you work on your computer for long hours, you probably deal with eye strain and disrupted sleep. Luckily, this can be helped by a few apps like F.lux
What if there was a way to access your Google Play Music library from your desktop? Luckily, there is! Meet the Google Play Music Desktop Player.
In this article we teach you how to put together virtual camera rigs for interesting camera work in your virtual 3D world.
ZeroNet is a P2P networking tool powered by BitTorrent & encrypted with Bitcoin tech. It lets you access and host websites in peer-to-peer fashion.
The spin tool in Blender 3D is a powerful tool for making lathed objects and radial arrays of objects. In this article we prove this by making a model of a toy rocket.
The Internet comes with the solution to watch whatever TV shows you want, at whatever time. Sonarr is one of the best tools to do it. Here’s how it works.
Did you know that you can add video files to a plane in Blender to create a wall, floor tile, carpet, etc.? In this article, we show you how to make virtual video screens.