Did you know that in Ubuntu 16.04 you can actually move the Unity launcher from its default ‘left’ position to the bottom? Here’s how to do it.
Chrome includes data sync which syncs most of your Chrome data, like saved passwords, to all your devices. Here’s how to do that while keeping your data secure.
Those with iOS devices will appreciate a more responsive home screen, especially if it’s a busy one. This tutorial will help to make your iOS home screen faster.
At some point “Zero Inbox” seems like somethng unachievable between spam and unanswered mail. How do you achieve Zero Inbox in your email?
Looking to add website links to the Windows 10 start menu so that you can access them more easily and quickly? Here’s how to do that.
Google Calendar has launched a feature called Goals or Objectives. Here’s how to take full advantage of this productivity-boosting feature.
Sometimes you may want to mirror your Android screen to your Windows PC. Here’s how you can do that using a software called TeamViewer.
Spring is here and so is another Pay What You Want bundle. Check out the 2016 Mac Bundle with 13 premium apps to help boost your productivity.
Tired of seeing search suggestions in the address bar on your desktop or mobile device? Here’s how to disable search suggestions in Chrome and Safari.
Looking to make informed buying decisions when looking at mobile phone specifications? This mobile hardware guide will help you do that.
Have you ever wondered what type of data and info is hidden in your browser history? Here’s a closer look at it and why you should erase it more often.
There are many features in WhatsApp that can improve your experience. Here are some tips and tricks for WhatsApp power users to help boost productivity.
Want to keep the notes on your Mac private? Here’s how to lock them so that only you can see what’s in them and no one else.
A Linux clipboard manager helps to enhance copy and paste functionality and retain all copied data. Here are 5 of the best clipboard managers for Linux.
In Gmail it can be difficult to pinpoint your email reply. Let’s see how you can quote and reply directly to to a specific phrase in Gmail.
If you have files you don’t want nosy eyes to see on your Mac, this tutorial shows how to hide files (zip archive) inside another file (image). Users only see the image file and not the zip archive.
It’s never too late to learn something new. If you’re interested in Android app development, The Complete Android Developer Course is a must!
If you are a MEGA user or want to try out the service on Ubuntu, here’s how to access it using a client called MEGAsync.