7 Great Registry Tweaks to Improve Your Windows Experience

7 Great Registry Tweaks to Improve Your Windows Experience

Everyone wants to make their experience on their computer more convenient, and possibly even shave off a bit of resource usage. Unfortunately, not many people know how to do these things. Most people are totally oblivious to the fact that there are so many ways to make Windows a better operating system without having to […]

10 Apps and Accessories For Your New iPad

10 Apps and Accessories For Your New iPad

With your new iPad now feeling more at home among your other gadgets, it’s now time to treat your new iPad to a couple of gifts. First off, what is an iPad without great applications? There are many applications out there that your new iPad is waiting to enjoy and we will outline some of […]

How to Merge Categories in WordPress

How to Merge Categories in WordPress

In our previous post on cleaning up tags in WordPress, some of you feedback that you are looking for ways to merge categories too. In this tutorial, I will show you how to merge categories in WordPress. Situation When iPhone first launched, we created a category called “iPhone” for every article related to iPhone. Later […]

The Ultimate iPad Buyer Guide

The Ultimate iPad Buyer Guide

If you are in the market to get yourself your very first iPad, you will find that the buying option is not as easy as it should be. From which iPad should I get, which plan should I sign up, to which apps should I install, they are all small, yet important decisions that you […]

Ask An Android Expert – Week 1

Ask An Android Expert – Week 1

First off, thank you for everyone who has been submitting Android questions. They have been great and we hope you keep flooding us with questions and requests. This is a great way to be more helpful to all of you. To submit your own question, send an email to android-help [at] maketecheasier.com. We will make […]

Beginner’s Guide to Sed [Linux]

Beginner’s Guide to Sed [Linux]

After grep, the next logical step is a tutorial on sed. The sed command comes from Stream EDitor, and as its name indicates, it deals with text flux. However, if sed is one of the most powerful commands in Unix, its manual page is also among the most enigmatic. I will try in this article […]

How to Configure And Customize Openbox [Linux]

How to Configure And Customize Openbox [Linux]

If you have installed minimal Ubuntu or other lightweight distro on your PC, most probably you will also be using some lightweight Desktop manager as well. Openbox is a very good lightweight DE alternative, mainly because it runs very fast and is highly customizable. However, new users will find it intimidating because the only screen […]

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 8

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 8

It’s that time again, and we’ve got a lot of inquiries at our inbox. Some of today’s questions are complicated, but we’ll tackle them like always! Whenever you submit a question to MTE, a Windows expert reviews it and answers the question in the most concise manner possible. To submit your own question, send an […]

How to Auto-Mount Box.net to Linux Desktop

How to Auto-Mount Box.net to Linux Desktop

If you are one of the lucky few, you might have already received the 50GB storage upgrade to your Box (previously known as Box.net) account by installing its Android app. The next question is, what should you do with the extra storage space? The most logical solution is to install its sync software on your […]

Make Your Own Movie With YouTube Video Editor

Make Your Own Movie With YouTube Video Editor

YouTube is the most popular site for viewing videos of all types and with 8 years of content added to the site everyday, there’s always something new and exciting to check out. That’s because YouTube makes it easy to make your own video, then promote it and track it. Regardless if you’re using it for […]

Retina Display Technology Explained (MTE Explains)

Retina Display Technology Explained (MTE Explains)

Apple doesn’t just invent new electronic devices, they also invent new technology. They’re behind the technology they have decided to call Retina Display. It was first introduced in the iPhone, and now it’s also in the iPod Touch and the iPad. Is Retina Display nothing but a fancy term? Or is it a technology that […]

Tips To Use Less Google On Your Android Phone

Tips To Use Less Google On Your Android Phone

Some people don’t like giving all of their information to Google. Having an Android phone makes this pretty difficult. There are ways to minimize the amount of information you entrust to Google’s servers. Here are some pretty simple changes you can make to changes to take Google out of the picture for most things.

Sparrow: Probably The Best Gmail App For iPhone

Sparrow: Probably The Best Gmail App For iPhone

I have used the Mac version of Sparrow for close to a year now, but I’ve always found something missing with the application. That missing link was the lack of a mobile version of Sparrow, I couldn’t use it on the go or on the commute to classes. However, this changed in the beginning of […]