Why Linux? 7 Reasons That Make Linux Great

Why Linux? 7 Reasons That Make Linux Great

There are several reasons that I love using Linux. Ubuntu to be more specific. It’s definitely not for everyone, but if you can get by without the latest and greatest games, it’s generally a great operating system. Sure, there are some annoyances, but name one operating system that doesn’t have any. Want to know some […]

Windows 8 to Remove Zune Support

Windows 8 to Remove Zune Support

There’s been a lot of hype regarding Microsoft’s new Metro interface in Windows 8, but many people might be disappointed as the applications they know and love in previous versions of Windows might just go *poof* in Windows 8. While most Windows software that worked in previous versions will work in Windows 8, Microsoft has […]

Travelocity App For iOS Finally Does It All

Travelocity App For iOS Finally Does It All

It seems the travel industry is starting to come into the modern age. They seem to finally be realizing that our lives are conducted online and on the go. It’s been a long wait for an iOS travel app that could do it all, but the Travelocity app was worth the wait. Up until now, […]

Android Power Monitoring At Its Best

Android Power Monitoring At Its Best

Using your Android for a full day on a single battery is a pipe dream for many people. There are things you can do to get better Android battery life right on your phone. However, sometimes you need options in the form of an app. GO Power Master is an Android power management app letting […]

10 Favorite Mountain Lion Features

10 Favorite Mountain Lion Features

Apple recently announced the newest Mac OS that will be hitting a Mac near you by this summer. The new OS is called Mountain Lion, an OS coming after the current OS X Lion model. Mountain Lion is an OS that incorporates a lot that went right with the recent iOS software, including many parts […]

Using Kirjaudu to Change Windows 7’s Logon Screen

Using Kirjaudu to Change Windows 7’s Logon Screen

There’s a ton of talk out there about changing your logon screen manually, but many people – particularly those who are more tech-illiterate – would like a program that can magically do this with the click of a mouse. If you’re one of the latter group of people, someone from Finland appears to have been […]

How to Install A Minimal (And Non-Bloated) Ubuntu On Your Old Laptop

How to Install A Minimal (And Non-Bloated) Ubuntu On Your Old Laptop

Ubuntu has always been said as the Linux distro for beginners and entry users. It comes with plenty of free software and most of the things will just work after you installed it. However, if you have noticed, the recent build of Ubuntu is getting more and more resource intensive (with more animation and effects) […]

4 Must Have Browser Addons To Protect Your Online Privacy

4 Must Have Browser Addons To Protect Your Online Privacy

Privacy is a major concern for everyone who uses the Internet. Since Internet is a shared medium, there are a lot of ways the privacy of a person can be unfold. Whether you are browsing or using an Internet service, almost every website and service operating in the sphere of Internet tracks your movements and […]

Knowing Your Linux System Via the Command Line

Knowing Your Linux System Via the Command Line

Every Linux user will tell you the same thing: know your computer. Mine always works not because there are no bugs, but because I know enough to identify their sources every time and correct them. And one of the best ways to monitor your system is through the command line. There are some great GUI […]

Schedule Your Emails to Send Later With RightInbox

Schedule Your Emails to Send Later With RightInbox

Have you ever come across a situation where you need to send an email at a particular time but you are not available to compose/send that email at that time? If that is so, you will need a scheduling tool that can help you to send your email at a later time. RightInbox is an […]

Free WiFi Finder Apps for iOS

Free WiFi Finder Apps for iOS

The more computing becomes a part of our daily life, the more having a WiFi connection becomes a necessity. For me, that’s become a main factor in determining some of the places I go, especially when I travel. Whether I’m working away from home, or just keeping up with my friends and family via email […]

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 3

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 3

It’s that time again! We’re going to pick questions from our inbox and get a resident expert to look at them and give you the most comprehensive answer to your question. Today, even if computers have become easier to use, there’s still a lot of people confused about certain aspects of their home systems. There are […]

Best Apps of Macworld 2012

Best Apps of Macworld 2012

Macworld 2012 was held during the last week of January. The conference involved many changes when compared to the previous Macworld conferences. For example, the conference now has a name change, from Macworld to Macworld – iWorld. This shows the conference’s focus will be a lot more on the growing iDevice market. In the beginning, […]

Do You Need A Focus Boost?

Do You Need A Focus Boost?

A lot of you are managing your social media accounts almost continually for your business or blog, and struggle to keep focused on your daily tasks. You sit down at your computer and innocently enough, check your Facebook for updates, catch up on reading some articles from your RSS feed, and find a bunch of […]

5 iPhone Apps To Help You Manage and Track Your Expenses

5 iPhone Apps To Help You Manage and Track Your Expenses

If you want to manage your expenses and want to know where you spend your money and how much you spend over the span of a month or a year – check out these below five following applications for iPhone that will help you manage your expenses right from the comforts of your phone.

How Windows 8 Phone Compares to Android OS

How Windows 8 Phone Compares to Android OS

Windows Phone users have been anticipating the release of Windows 8 for their mobile systems, but don’t really know what to expect. Is Windows 8 going to be the same old Windows Phone operating system we’ve seen since its inception? Or, are we going to see something completely different, as far as carrier and desktop […]

How to Remove Recent History Lists In Ubuntu 11.10

How to Remove Recent History Lists In Ubuntu 11.10

If you are using Ubuntu 11.04 or newer, you may have noticed that there is no longer an easy way to clear your recently opened items. They could have chosen to do this for different reasons like accessibility or convenience. However, there are some people who simply don’t want their recently opened files to be […]