How to Create a Gmail Desktop App

How to Create a Gmail Desktop App

While there is no separate Gmail desktop app, there’s a neat trick that lets you open an instance of Gmail as its own window.

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How to Fix WSAPPX High Disk and CPU Usage

How to Fix WSAPPX High Disk and CPU Usage

Noticing high disk and CPU usage with wsappx? Find out what this Windows process is, if it’s important, and how to reduce its CPU usage.

By Crystal Crowder -
How to Create a Raspberry Pi 4 Case with Fan

How to Create a Raspberry Pi 4 Case with Fan

Without active cooling, the Raspberry Pi 4 will thermal throttle even during moderate loads. Learn how to fix the issue by creating a Raspberry Pi 4 case with fan.

By Nachiket Mhatre -
How to Use the Alexa App Hands-Free

How to Use the Alexa App Hands-Free

Hate having to push a button to talk to Alexa in the Amazon Alexa app? Find out how to use the Alexa app hands-free with the latest Alexa update.

By Crystal Crowder -
Take $300 Off a New Apple MacBook Pro 16″

Take $300 Off a New Apple MacBook Pro 16″

When you buy the new Apple MacBook Pro 16″, you can take $300 off. It’s the kind of thing that’s hard to pass up! You may not want to wait for the Apple Silicon.

By Laura Tucker -
How to Hide Desktop Icons in Ubuntu 20.04

How to Hide Desktop Icons in Ubuntu 20.04

If you want everything gone from your Ubuntu desktop, including all the desktop icons, learn how you can hide desktop icons in Ubuntu 20.04.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
Xfce Review: A Lean, Mean Linux Machine

Xfce Review: A Lean, Mean Linux Machine

Xfce is popular for those looking to create a lightweight Linux system. This Xfce review discusses its user experience, performance and whether it is right for you.

By John Perkins -
How to Rotate a Video on Your iPhone

How to Rotate a Video on Your iPhone

You can’t rotate your videos on your iPhone with the default Photos app, but here are some other ways you can rotate and edit your videos on an iPhone.

By Mike Tee -
How to Take Screenshots on Your Mac

How to Take Screenshots on Your Mac

Whether you want to capture the whole screen, a highlighted area, or a window, these are the best ways to take screenshots on your Mac.

By Mike Tee -
How to Fix a Mac Not Starting Up

How to Fix a Mac Not Starting Up

There are times where your Mac won’t start up and for multiple reasons. These are some of the ways to fix the Mac not starting up issue.

By Shujaa Imran -
Best Cloud Storage for Your Buck in 2021

Best Cloud Storage for Your Buck in 2021

The benefit of cloud storage is that it can sync your files across all your devices. Here are the best cloud storage solutions for your buck in 2021.

By David Beren -
How to Use Sudo without Password in Linux

How to Use Sudo without Password in Linux

If you’re the only one using your Linux computer, why have it continuously nag you for password? Learn how to use sudo without a password in Linux.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
Make Linux Live USB Easily with balenaEtcher

Make Linux Live USB Easily with balenaEtcher

The very first step when migrating from Windows to Linux is the creation of a Linux Live Disk. Let’s see how you can create a Linux live USB on Windows.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
Save $132 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Tablet

Save $132 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Tablet

At times you need the portability of a tablet and other times the computing power of a laptop. Get the best of both worlds with a Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Tablet.

By Laura Tucker -