Some call “Easter Eggs”, while others call them bugs, but nevertheless, these weird stuff doesn’t stop appearing in Windows. Let’s have a look at instances when Windows starts acting weird in ways that are completely reproducible!
A startup profile is the set of services/applications that get loaded on Windows startup. While Windows comes with a default set of profiles, you can easily create a variety of startup profiles, each geared toward different purposes, like gaming, work, relaxing etc. In this tutorial, we will show you how to set up and save your own startup profiles and switch to it.
Although the Finder in Mac is the most important app that allows you to access your files and folder, some of its features are limited and doesn’t work as well as it should be. XtraFinder is a free plugin for Finder that adds tabs, new menu items and other useful features to Finder and make it more user-friendly.
Without surprise, more business meetings nowadays are conducted over the Web than in persons, and many software has spruce up to fulfill that needs. AnyWhere Pad is one useful where you can conduct meetings and collaborate with others right in your mobile devices. Check it out here.
IRC is great, but it can be easily affected by your Internet connection. If you’re not afraid of the command line, you can keep your IRC connection going almost as long as you like.
Backing up and syncing your files over the Web is an easy task, but syncing your applications settings among different computers can be a challenge. Dropboxifier is a little program that allows you to synchronize our application settings among different computers. Let check it out.
BitNami packages are a great way to test out a specific application. With a few extra steps, you can quickly deploy and try out all sorts of web-based applications. Here’s the full tutorial on adding web apps to your BitNami LAMP stack
A lot of web extensions for Google Chrome and Firefox are added daily, it’s hard to determine which one is really worth a try. With this roundup, we aim to make your life easier by giving you only the best new web tools that pass the MTE standards. Here are this week’s picks.
Do you post to Twitter and Facebook often from your Mac? If you tweet or post to Facebook often, you can use Eggy to create keyboard shortcuts for posting to Twitter and Facebook. Eggy eliminates the need to open the Notification Center just to post an update. Instead you can post in just one step, by using a keyboard shortcut.
Perhaps one of the most annoying things about using Windows is the fact that you have to wait eons for it to shut down. If you want to shut down your computer faster, there are a few ways to do this, some involving the Windows registry. As nasty as it gets, don’t let the Windows shutdown process keep you behind the keyboard when you have other things to do.
One feature that’s always handy to have, but missing in many applications is a character and word count function. Here is how you can access word counts at your beck and call with just a right click. Mac only.
Sometimes, you just want to find an alternative website for one of your favorites. Perhaps you want to get a different viewpoint or perspective, or your favorite website may have gone down and isn’t currently working. You can always search via Google, but an easier method is to websiteslike to find website alternatives.
Because Halloween is right around the corner, most sites are going into seasonal mode with zombies and monster games and apps. Well, there isn’t much of that here. As you scan the list, you’ll see mostly new apps and games. However, I went digging for a good older theme, live wallpaper and widget. Sometimes what’s been around for a while is just what the doctor ordered.
Come across an interesting article on the Web and you are keen to read it on your Kindle? Here is how you can easily push the web page to your Kindle with a simple Chrome extension.
There are many times when we wish we could have a personal assistant who can ensure that everything is in order. Today, we will take a look at four applications for iOS users that make having your life in order and on track an easier task than ever.
Many of us love to be able to access our files while on the road, but having files in different cloud storage services make this a difficult task. Here is how you can access all your files from different cloud storage providers in a central location in Android.
With so many social networks, email addresses, phone numbers, and not to mention the increasing number of mobile device that one owns, managing your contacts has become a tedious task. For those who feel that the default Contacts app in Android is lacking in features, here is one Contacts app that can completely change the way you handle your contacts.
Ubuntu 12.10 comes with a few ways for you to quickly access your desktop, but they are not very visible to the users. Here is a run down of the several ways you can use to access the Show Desktop icon in Ubuntu.