Microsoft will be releasing a new version of Microsoft Office (15) that would operate seamlessly on the Metro interface. There’s just one question: Is it worth using?
Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 were a terrible mess. but IE 9 does come with some cool and useful features. Here are 7 ways you can make good use of Internet Explorer 9
Linux doesn’t provide native support for the exFAT file system. If you want to mount your exFAT external hard drive, here is how you can do so in Ubuntu.
In today’s networked world, having WiFi is almost a necessity. So many devices depend on having WiFi, from computers to mobile devices to even television systems. This means printers need to be able to connect to WiFi too, and for iOS devices, that’s where AirPrint-enabled printers come into play.
If you visit specific websites at regular times within the week, you probably have it bookmarked for easy access. However, if you want a more automated solution, you might want to try this method.
Have you been out somewhere and got a call asking if you can help with a computer issue? As long as you have your Android with you, you’re all set.
The Mac Dashboard is often labelled as useless and unnecessary. Today, we will show you how to make your Mac Dashboard useful again.
In many forums, I’ve seen people complain about how Google Chrome is starting to really stink after a while of using the program. They report that the program works kind of quickly at first, but starts acting sluggishly after heavy usage. Considering that Google Chrome is the first browser ever to open a new tab […]
Ubuntu 12.10, will have a new Web App feature that allows websites and services to be integrated to the desktop and act as native apps. Here is how you can get it in Ubuntu Precise 12.04
Defragmentation is long known for speeding up Windows PCs. While tons of 3rd party tools that can perform defragmenting operation for your Windows PC, here are some counted as the best, rated by users and experts.
Until Windows 8, a PC had no native support for ISO files. A little piece of software could help you cope with that very easily, but you still had to install it by yourself. On Linux, you can mount any ISO or file systems immediately with a simple command. However, it can be a little […]
Many of us love photography. Almost everyone these days love to take pictures and share them with others. In this age of camera phones with better and better cameras, virtually everyone has a camera in the pockets. That makes many of us photographers, if at least in their own eyes. Wouldn’t it be nice if […]
There are several options for reading magazines on iOS devices, from apps for individual magazines, to Newsstand, to services that offer a multitude of different magazines. It can be costly to find a way to get digital versions of all your favorite magazines loaded on your iPad. Enter Next Issue, which has been referred to […]
For most individuals, adding a new web browser onto their systems is a process they’d rather ignore. Most of us have strong relationships with our web browsers because we have spent great amount of time to customize it to suit our needs. So what makes Sleipnir 3 different? The web browser’s beautiful interface, fast performance, […]
iTunes is a great music player, but when it is used to sync your iOS device, it is very limiting. While you can sync your document, photos, music, podcast etc from your computer to your device, you can’t sync your music back to your computer. This is where PhoneTrans Pro comes in. It allows you […]
Most of us have really busy work weeks that leave little time for thinking about what’s going on this weekend or where you might like to go on your next vacation. When you do have some free time, you want to make the most of it, not spend it trying to decide where to go […]
Windows 8 is just around the corner, and many people are still rather wary of the new Metro UI that Microsoft intends to introduce. Today, I’m not going to try to convince you to use Windows 8. In fact, this article will just be about some Metro apps you might find enticing. Let’s have a […]
We have mentioned tools that allow you to schedule tasks in Ubuntu, but if you want to set a trigger and automate tasks based on the result of a prior action, then CuttleFish would be the one for you.