Some Linux distributions have adopted a Rolling Release Model that will continuously update your operating system; you only have to install your OS once. Here’s a deeper look.
If you are having an issue with a program, your last resort to fixing it is often resetting it to its default settings. Here’s how to do that in Windows.
Ransomware is back with a vengeance; this isn’t an unprecedented threat. Here’s how to prepare and protect yourself from these dangerous infections.
Have you been considering changing your career to become an app developer? You’ll get your chance with the Professional App Developer Bundle.
Tired of geo-restricted websites ruining your day? Lantern is an Internet proxy tool worth checking out. It lets you access blocked sites. Here’s how.
Having trouble figuring out how to upload an image into WordPress on an iPad while keeping the name and size? It’s easy using these apps.
When you set a policy in the Local Group Policy Editor it will affect the whole system and all users by default. Here’s how to change that behaviour and tailor it for specific users.
If you have just started using Mac and can’t get used to the Command key, here is how you can switch the Control and Command keys in Mac OS X.
SoundWire lets you listen to audio from your PC on any of your Android phones using an Android app and a PC server. Here’s how to funnel audio with it.
Looking for a GUI tool to automate the mounting of your EncFS-encrypted folder? Check out EncFSGui for Mac OS X.
Cutegram is a free and open source Telegram client for GNU/Linux focusing on user-friendly compatibility with Linux desktop environments. Here’s how it works.
Everyone who uses a mobile phone knows the frustration of it being filled with unwanted apps out of the box. Are pre-installed apps on your phone junk or useful?
Looking for a reliable VPN service with cross-platform compatibility? Hotspot Shield Elite VPN may be just the one you’re looking for.
Did you know your PC might be using unnecessary power? Luckily, you can use Windows’ built-in power options to make your PC use less power. Here’s how.
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.
Looking to keep your Windows 10 background fresh with a new wallpaper every few minutes? Then slideshow wallpaper is perfect. Best of all, you can shuffle it!
There’s nothing like going to use your mobile device and finding it has less than ten percent on its battery. What do you use to charge your mobile devices?
Tired of Ubuntu’s notifications? nonotifs (aka NoNotifications) is a simple indicator to temporarily suppress notifications of notify-osd (notify-send). Check it out.