LightDM is the login screen you see once your Ubuntu machine starts up. It’s a lot better than the old days when you were dropped at a terminal prompt. The following will show you how to customize LightDM with themes and backgrounds to dress up that dull look.
Google introduce Google Music All Access during this year’s Google I/O. What did it really add to your existing Google Music? Let’s find out.
Microsoft has revamped the functionality of its Disk Defragment tool. Optimize Drives in Windows 8 not only defrags your disks but can also help TRIM SSDs. This can free up a lot of space not being reintegrated into your PC as well as help improve the overall performance of Windows 8.
There are several Linux distros for kids, and Sugar is one of them. It comes with application that encourages critical thinking and collaborative learning Check it out.
Gmail comes with plenty of keyboard shortcuts that allow you to be more productive. Use this Gmail shortcuts cheat sheet as a guide to master the keyboard shortcuts. In no time, you will become a master of Gmail.
Free Software vs Open Source Software. Most people are always confused over them. Here are the differences between free software, open source and freeware
If you’re used to using jump lists in Windows, being able to backup jump lists and restore them on another PC can be beneficial. This article shows you how.
With the new Google Hangout replacing Google Talk, many people wonder what is the difference between both of them. This article will explain it all.
There are times when you are tired of reading and wish that you can just sit back, relax and listen to an article on any blog or website you follow. With Podcastomatic, you can easily convert a blog to podcasts.
While Remote Desktop Connection is useful for you to connect to a remote machine, it is utterly useless if it takes forever to connect. Here are some things you can do to speed up the process.
It is never easy to decide whether to allow your kids to access the Internet . At which age do you think is appropriate to expose the kids to the Internet?
If you don’t like a way iOS or an application did something, Cydia offers you the ability to change it. Now, the software – Cydia Substrate, has made its way over to Android. What does that means for you then?
If you are a Linux user, how can you view the CPU info in Linux? CPU-G and I-Nex are two useful apps that can help you out.
The Windows Action Center is the place that monitor your system and keep it running smoothly. If you have seen a white flag showing up in the system tray, that is when the Windows Action Center is working in the background. This article show you how to make effective use of the Windows Action Center.
USB flash drives are a cheap and portable way to back up files and move them around between machines. If you want to breathe new life into your old USB flash drives, here are ten things you may have never known they could do.
Other than exe files, there are a few different file types that viruses can be present in. In this article, we will show you the different file types and discuss them in detail.
For those that need to work constantly on SSH, it can be very frustrating when the system cut you off after a period of time. This article shows you the method to keep SSH connection always alive until you disconnect it.
One of the easiest way to check if a file is malicious is to upload it to VirusTotal and get it to analyse your file. To make it even easier, you can use the Phrozensoft VirusTotal Uploader to scan files for viruses directly from your desktop, without having to go through the process of opening the browser, loading the VirusTotal website and upload the file.