How To Track Page Views on Blogger Using Google Analytics

How To Track Page Views on Blogger Using Google Analytics

Keeping track of all my blogs and their page views is almost a full-time job. Luckily, there is always the Google Analytics that made things much simpler to deal with. Although Blogger has started offering its own analytics, these are not as comprehensive as those from Google Analytics. in this article, I outline how you […]

How to Make A (sort of) Song Template in GarageBand

How to Make A (sort of) Song Template in GarageBand

At the first look at this title, you may be wondering why anyone would want to make a song template in GarageBand. A song template can help you to save time and make your song writing and recording much simpler. A song template can help you to manage your preferences across multiple songs. No more […]

AppShopper: Bargain Basement For iPhone Apps

AppShopper: Bargain Basement For iPhone Apps

One of the most useful apps that I have found for the iPhone is AppShopper. It’s like a Bargain Basement for iPhone apps in that it warehouses price changes and updates for apps. It can be used both for shopping for specific applications, as well as just browsing to find interesting new apps. You can […]

How to Get Android Notifications On Your Computer

How to Get Android Notifications On Your Computer

The Android Mobile OS is surging forward with leaps and bounds. If you do not own one of these devices, you likely know someone who does own an Android phone. Even though you can do most everything on your phone, it is still easier to do somethings on your computer. While you are working on […]

How to Sync Android’s SD Card With Dropbox

How to Sync Android’s SD Card With Dropbox

Dropbox for Android is easily one of our favorite mobile app. It allows you to download and view your files in your Dropbox folder and also upload files to the server. It is best suited for people (like us) who like to work on the move. If there is anything that we are unsatisfied with, […]

iDisplay: Turn Your Android Devices Into A Second Monitor

iDisplay: Turn Your Android Devices Into A Second Monitor

When you connect two (or more) monitors to your computer, you can drag an application window from one to another monitor. Now, what if your second monitor is your smartphone, or tablet and you are able to drag window to it and interact with your fingers? Sound cool, isn’t it? iDisplay is one such app […]

4 Great Sources of Information About Linux and Open Source

4 Great Sources of Information About Linux and Open Source

If you’re new to Linux and free/Open Source software, or even if you’re a more seasoned user, then you’re often looking for more information. Not just documentation, but also useful tips and tricks. The team here at Make Tech Easier works hard to provide as much quality information as we can. But we can’t write […]

How to Convert Midi File Instruments in Garageband

How to Convert Midi File Instruments in Garageband

The Midi file format may not be what you find in your iTunes library, but it has a long history in the world of digital sound. The Midi file format has been important in the world of computer music since the 1980’s. While you may think of the Midi file format as being antiquated format, […]

How to Multitask at the Linux Command Line with Screen

How to Multitask at the Linux Command Line with Screen

I’ll admit up front – it’s embarrassingly late for me to have discovered screen. Friends and coworkers have been suggesting it to me for years, but it wasn’t until recently that I had a concrete need for it. Now I wish I’d had it all along. In short, screen gives you the equivalent of the […]

How To Remove Programs Completely in Windows

How To Remove Programs Completely in Windows

To get rid of a program in Windows, all you need to do is to go to the uninstallation corner (in the Control Panel) and uninstall the software. The question is, do you think that can really remove all traces of its presence? The answer is unlikely. Most of the uninstalled applications is not removed […]

11 Awesome Web Apps to Boost Your Gmail Usage Experience

11 Awesome Web Apps to Boost Your Gmail Usage Experience

Gmail comes with the labs features where you can activate new (and useful) features to enhance your email experience. Other than the labs features, there are also several other third party Gmail web apps that you can use to improve your productivity. These web apps can help you to organize your inbox behind the scene […]

How to Clean The Cookies from Safari

How to Clean The Cookies from Safari

The longer you use your computer (be it running Windows, Mac OS X or Linux), the more crap you have in it, and the slower it become. If you browse the web very often, the cookies that stored in the browser can quickly form the bulk of the “crap” that contribute to the slow performance […]

Useful iPhone Locator Apps… Never Lose Your Phone Again

Useful iPhone Locator Apps… Never Lose Your Phone Again

Sometimes disaster happens before we’ve prepared ourselves for it. iPhones can fall out of a pocket, slip through a hole in a backpack or purse, or be left on the counter at a store. The next time you go to make a call or text, you realize it’s missing and have no idea where you […]

4 Ways To Make Good Use Of Dropbox For Android

4 Ways To Make Good Use Of Dropbox For Android

When I made the switch to an Android phone from a Blackberry, one of the deciding factors was how I could easily share files with clients and club members. I am usually not at my office and do much of my work remotely. While Dropbox was accessible from my Blackberry, it was less than convenient […]

What Is The thumb.db File? [MTE Explains]

What Is The thumb.db File? [MTE Explains]

If you use a PC running any current version of Windows you may have noticed small files called Thumbs.db popping up on your system. What is it, what do they do, what did I do to create them? Relax, they’re harmless. Here’s what thumb.db files are for. Thumbs.db files are only shown when a specific […]