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MDownloader: Easier Files Downloading From File Sharing Service

MDownloader: Easier Files Downloading From File Sharing Service

Those who use file sharing services on a regular basis know only too well that downloading files from these services can be a very daunting task. But most of us stuck in this “hate ’em but need ’em” kind of relationship and can’t break free. Luckily, others hate the problem as much as we do […]

How to Schedule Photo Uploads To Your Flickr Account

How to Schedule Photo Uploads To Your Flickr Account

Flickr has been my favorite photo sharing website for years. This is because Flickr is so easy to navigate and I always find the best images for my articles and projects at Flickr. Flickr is also a great place for photo sharing, you can create photo sets and upload photos to your Flickr account for […]

How to Automate Your WordPress Backup With iDrive

How to Automate Your WordPress Backup With iDrive

Make Tech Easier has covered several solutions to backup your information remotely. Dropbox is probably one of the most popular. iDrive is a solution which may appeal to a wider audience. Like many of the backup options out there, you have the choice of a free or a pay option. The pay option of iDrive […]

How to Normalize Your MP3 Files In Windows

How to Normalize Your MP3 Files In Windows

For those who have a great collection of mp3 songs, did you come across instances where some songs are louder, and others are softer? I have several thousands of songs in my Music collection. When listening to the songs, the thing that disturbs me most is the adjustment of the volume. At one instance, the […]

How to Download, Install and Manage Fonts in Windows

How to Download, Install and Manage Fonts in Windows

If you are a graphic designer or a multimedia professional, you must need different kinds of fonts for your projects. Unfortunately, Windows does not have a variety of fonts installed by default. Even though there are quite a lot of fonts installed by default in Windows, if you are looking for some variety, you will […]

A Quick Guide to Windows Registry

A Quick Guide to Windows Registry

Windows registry is nothing but a system defined database where various system components and applications store their configuration data. Whenever you install or remove a program in Windows, the registry is changed. More precisely, the values of certain keys are changed. Think of registry editor as a large table where the system configurations and application […]

Giveaway of the Week: WinX DVD Author

Giveaway of the Week: WinX DVD Author

The giveaway contest has ended. Thanks for all your participation. Thanks to all of you, the giveaway for last week: Daniusoft Video Converter Ultimate has received great responses. The winners for the Daniusoft Video Converter Ultimate software are: lorant onodi Toby Shoemaker Nykau Favier Jonathan James Mayfield We will get in touch with you shortly. […]

Daniusoft Video Converter Ultimate + Free Giveaway

Daniusoft Video Converter Ultimate + Free Giveaway

Update: This contest has ended. How I wish that there is only one unified video format in the whole world and all the media players support that particular format. In reality, this is not the case. With so many mobile devices out there each supporting different audio/video format, it can be a great hassle finding […]

Snippet: Make Windows Live Messenger Minimize to Status Bar

Snippet: Make Windows Live Messenger Minimize to Status Bar

If you are using Windows 7 and the Windows Live Essential software, you will notice that your Windows Live Messenger (and Mail) does not minimize to the status bar. Instead it will show a highlighted icon on the task bar, which I find it rather annoying and disruptive. Here’s a quick way to take it […]

7 Great Free Media Players to Get You Started

7 Great Free Media Players to Get You Started

This is a guest post by James Adams The world has no shortage of media players, and most of them are free. If you just started out listening to music and are looking for some guide to help you filter out all the noises. We have got you covered. To figure out what combination of […]

How to Enable Multiple Desktops In Windows

How to Enable Multiple Desktops In Windows

A few months ago when I bought a netbook with Windows XP on it, I was reminded of how bland a user experience most Windows users have.  I used a Mac for 90% of my computing for 5 years and grew accustomed to some how productive I got. Apps like Launchy, Gimp, Chrome and Open […]

Improve Your Windows Boot Time With Soluto

Improve Your Windows Boot Time With Soluto

In the early days, an error in Windows meant you were stuck unless you knew how to fix it. After Google indexed the entire internet, crowdsourcing a solution became a viable option. However, while Google may still be the “best computer diagnostic tool”, it is hardly an ideal solution. Enter Soluto. At the moment, Soluto […]

TweakNow PowerPack 2010: A Comprehensive Tweaker Applications for Windows

TweakNow PowerPack 2010: A Comprehensive Tweaker Applications for Windows

While there are plenty of tweak applications out there for the Windows OS, the TweakNow PowerPack 2010 has got to be the most comprehensive tweak app that I have ever come across. Other than the simple tasks cleaning tool, it also allows you to configure plenty of internal settings which would otherwise require you to […]