Linux users have an almost infinite number of UI’s to from which to choose. You can choose between KDE, GNOME, Unity, and XFCE and many more. If you are feeling nostalgic, here are a few retro desktops that you can choose from.
With the arrival of Google Docs, people are constantly asking themselves whether they really need to pay the cash to get Microsoft Office. $0 is infinitely better than any sum of money you could think of. But is it worth it to move onto Google Docs and abandon Office forever? Let’s find out!
Are you constantly checking your Google Analytics data and looking for an easier way to keep up with it? If so, here is how you can access your Google Analytics data in your WordPress dashboard.
Sometimes your iPad may start to act funny, such as running slow or freezing up. If this ever happens to you, there’s an easy solution that usually takes care of the problem right away. That solution is simply to perform a hard reset on your iPad. Resetting an iPad just means that your data and settings will be refreshed, which helps to reset buggy apps among other things. Basically, it’s like the restart function on your computer.
Dropbox for Android is great, but it is lacking the synchronization feature found in desktop. You can download and upload files to Dropbox, but it does perform auto-sync. Here is how you can automate Dropbox synchronization in Android.
A broken link is a killer for any website and it should be eliminated at all cost. The bad thing is, it is easily said than done. If you are running a website with more than a thousand articles and every post contains at least 3 links, how are you able to find out which particular link is no longer working?
Learn how to delegate access to your Gmail to another person so that they can read, send, and delete messages on your behalf
The easiest way to make a website available for offline reading is to save it as a webpage in your desktop. The only limitation is that it only saves the current webpage and doesn’t save external elements. Here is how you can save a complete website with all the links, images and videos intact.
Learn how to create a unique auto generated email address; you’ll never have to use your real email address to sign up for services or newsletters ever again.
The Settings in your iOS device is one important place where you will spend most of your time on configuring the phone. Continuing our series of the beginner guide to iOS, we will show you how to master the Settings in your iOS devices.
Do you like to schedule your tweets so that your Twitter account remains active throughout the day? Are you looking for an easy way to set up a tweet buffer with useful links and information for your followers? Here is how you can do so.
Tired of Facebook birthdays popping up in Mac OS X Mountain Lion? If so, learn how to disable them forever.
Linux is popular with programmers, and for good reason. If you’ve always wanted to learn programming, whether to develop software professionally or just for fun, there’s no better platform to cut your teeth on.
Ever wonder how and why your Linux system can always auto update itself to the latest version? Learn about the basics of the debian package management and how the APT and repositories work in Linux.
Have you noticed some of the cool new screen savers in Mac OS X Mountain Lion? Many of them have nice effects like flashing and rotating colors, moving text and photo slideshows. An elegant alternative to Mountain Lion’s default screen savers is a simple flip clock – appropriately named FlipClock. This screen saver does one thing only: displays the current time. It’s a simple, yet comes in handy and looks nice.
We often feel that the Gmail for Android app is not as good as the desktop Gmail, but if you dig deep enough, you will find plenty of hidden features that can make it as good as the desktop version. And here are 3 hidden features of Gmail for Android that you ought to know.
Can’t figure out how to sign out of the Twitter for iPad app? This short tutorial will show you how.
If you are running a WordPress site, it is important to beef up the security of your site and prevent hackers from entering and wreak havoc. Here is how to protect your WordPress blog with two factor authentication.