How to Password Protect Your Files And Folders In Windows

How to Password Protect Your Files And Folders In Windows

Depending on your work, there will be times that you need to secure some confidential files/folders in your computer. Previously, we have shown you how to protect sensitive documents in Windows, without installing any software. In this article, let’s take a look at several software that can password protect your files and folders.

7 Alternative iPhone Browsers That Outshine The Mobile Safari

7 Alternative iPhone Browsers That Outshine The Mobile Safari

The browsing experience is no different on an iPhone than it is on a Mac, at least as far as having multiple options other than Safari. iPhone has set its native browser to be Safari, just like the Mac, but like the desktop version, the mobile version isn’t always the best option for everything you […]

Protecting Your Kids on Facebook

Protecting Your Kids on Facebook

Parents have a lot to worry about when their kids want to start using the internet. With all the scams and creepy people out there, most parents dread the day their children ask for permission to join Facebook. While you can change privacy settings and limit who can find your children on some social sites, […]

2 Ways to Make Ubuntu Notification More User Friendly

2 Ways to Make Ubuntu Notification More User Friendly

The Ubuntu notification bubble (aka NotifyOSD) is one thing that I love and hate at the same time. I love how it is able to show notification in a nice and elegant way, yet I hate that it didn’t come with any configuration options for me to customize it. There’s no way I can close […]

How to Convert Videos in Linux with Arista

How to Convert Videos in Linux with Arista

Converting videos on the Linux desktop isn’t exactly difficult, but it can be tricky. There aren’t all that many conversion tools out there, and some of them aren’t all that easy to use. Take, for example, ffmpeg. It’s pretty much the top of the heap when it comes to video and audio conversion. But it’s […]

5 Alternative File Sharing Web Apps You Didn’t Know Of

5 Alternative File Sharing Web Apps You Didn’t Know Of

Sharing files over the internet has become very common in recent years. For smaller files (usually under 20MB) it is possible to simply attach it to an email, however larger files require special websites. In this article I have outlined 5 interesting file sharing services which offer something a little bit different.

Tech Deals: Computers, Monitors, Software, Games

Tech Deals: Computers, Monitors, Software, Games

Looking to buy some computers, peripherals, software and other goodies on a bargain? Look no further than our deal list for discounts on all tech stuff. We’ve combed the net for the freshest tech deals in town for you to take advantage of. Most of them are time limited. Grab them while they last! Computers […]

How To Create A Screensaver Using Your Flickr Photos [Mac]

How To Create A Screensaver Using Your Flickr Photos [Mac]

Most of the people who use the photo sharing service Flickr are fairly proud of the collection of images that they have created. After all, the images on your Flickr profile could represent five years of photographing the national parks of our nation, copies of your digital art projects, or it could simply hold beloved […]

How to Recover Data and Partitions for Free with TestDisk

How to Recover Data and Partitions for Free with TestDisk

Sometimes in the world of free software, you have to make the best of what’s available. Sometimes what’s available isn’t all that great. When I suddenly lost some critical data as a result of a corrupted drive, I thought I’d have to shell out some potentially serious cash for a high-quality recovery utility. In my […]

How to Install Plasmoids In Kubuntu (KDE)

How to Install Plasmoids In Kubuntu (KDE)

I have just started using Kubuntu a week ago. Being a new user of the KDE desktop, I admit that I am have difficulty getting used to its terms. One of the thing I am always confuse is the difference between plasmoids and widgets. The two terms are used interchangeably and it took some googling […]

Make Your Dropbox Portable, Bring It Everywhere You Go

Make Your Dropbox Portable, Bring It Everywhere You Go

We have covered tons and tons of Dropbox tips and tricks. The latest addition to our Dropbox library is to make it portable and bring it everywhere we go, on a USB drive. When it comes to accessing our Dropbox folder, there are many ways to do it. You can install the Dropbox desktop client […]

Free Giveaway: PpcSoft iKnow 2011 Professional Edition – A Great Alternative to OneNote [Giveaway Closed]

Free Giveaway: PpcSoft iKnow 2011 Professional Edition – A Great Alternative to OneNote [Giveaway Closed]

After many decades of innovation, word processing still remains a largely a passive exercise, requiring you to enter text onto a white background. Applications, such as OneNote shook up the industry by allowing alternative means of organising text and other media. In the same vein, PpcSoft has developed an interesting competitor which has many of […]

How to Add The Facebook Send Button to Your WordPress Site

How to Add The Facebook Send Button to Your WordPress Site

By now, I believe most of you knew the existence of the Facebook LIKE button. It is a button that you can click to express your interest (on Facebook) in the particular page or site. To make thing even more interesting, Facebook came out with a new button, known as the SEND button that allows […]

Take Control Of Your Android Email

Take Control Of Your Android Email

Dealing with email sucks. For those of us who are in a corporate or web-based business, it is the most common method of communication. How do you handle your very full inbox while getting other things done? An even more common question is, how do you handle your inbox and get things done while you […]

Need A Password Manager? Install KeePass2 In Ubuntu Natty

Need A Password Manager? Install KeePass2 In Ubuntu Natty

In the past, the best way to get KeePass running on Linux is to install KeePassX, which is a port over version of KeePass 1.x. To get KeePass 2.x to run in Linux, you will need to install a whole bunch of mono libraries and manually install the source file. Worst still, it might not […]