Get Mac OS X Features On Windows With Macomfort

Get Mac OS X Features On Windows With Macomfort

Gone are those days when you would have a sleek PC in your cabin and think you know it all. Today, more and more people are experimenting with different operating systems like Linux, Mac OS X and Chrome OS. But let’s face it – buying a brand new Mac isn’t everyone’s cup of tea as […]

Remote Control Your Mac With Your iPhone/iPod Touch

Remote Control Your Mac With Your iPhone/iPod Touch

We know that there are plenty of things that you can do with your iPhone/iPod Touch, and one of the coolest thing of all is to be able to remote control your Mac with your iPhone/iPod Touch. This gives you the convenience to move around your house (or laze in your bed), yet have access […]

8 Places to Find Free Web Templates

8 Places to Find Free Web Templates

Perhaps you want to dabble in web design. Perhaps you want a place to sell your crafts online. Perhaps the lady in the house next door really wants to post pictures of her cat. There are a lot of reasons to want a website, but not everyone is willing or able to design something nice […]

MakeTechEasier Is Now Hosted On KnownHost

MakeTechEasier Is Now Hosted On KnownHost

I am proud to announce that MakeTechEasier is now hosted on Knownhost. About half a year ago, we decided to move out of our shared Hostgator account and migrate to ServInt. Not that Hostgator is no good, it just that MakeTechEasier has grown rapidly over time and we need to get a bigger server to […]

KTorrent: KDE’s BitTorrent client

KTorrent: KDE’s BitTorrent client

Many people use BitTorrent clients to download popular movies, music, and television shows for free, although this practice is illegal in several countries. But legal issues aside, distributing files through torrents is an excellent way to reduce server bandwidth and spread them quickly. For example, many Linux distributions will distribute their ISOs using torrents in addition […]

How to Create a Customized Toolbar for Your Browser

How to Create a Customized Toolbar for Your Browser

Toolbars as they are named, provides us with invaluable help with the set of tools that they come with. But most of the time, the toolbars are from any software developer or online service provider. They serve some purpose but have a little bit of self promotion involved. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could […]

13 Ways To Customize Ubuntu Netbook Remix For Better Usability

13 Ways To Customize Ubuntu Netbook Remix For Better Usability

Ubuntu Netbook Remix (UNR) is a modified version of Ubuntu specially for the netbooks. The latest version of UNR runs Ubuntu Karmic in the backend, but the interface has been heavily customized to make it looks/functions good in small screen. Recently, I installed UNR on my netbook (as a replacement for WinXP). While I like […]

3 Useful Tools To Optimize your Blog’s CSS

3 Useful Tools To Optimize your Blog’s CSS

CSS stands for cascading stylesheets which is an important aspect of modern day web designing. If you are a web designer and know how to design WordPress themes or blogger templates, you can not ignore CSS anymore. However, if you have a blog and want to optimize the CSS files for better performance and quicker […]

5 Useful and Fun GIMP Plug-ins

5 Useful and Fun GIMP Plug-ins

For those of you who use GIMP, you know it is a really great alternative to Photoshop. Like any program, free or not, there is always room for improvement. Plugins are a an easy way to add functionality. GIMP has two different types of plugins, Script-fu and Python-fu. Right out of the box, you can […]

Remote Desktop Sharing with KRDC

Remote Desktop Sharing with KRDC

If you happen to be the resident “geek” in your house, workplace, or school, you have probably used VNC. It allows you to remotely connect to another computer and even control it. When used for legitimate technical support, it is a useful tool for helping users who are not present in the same room, building, or […]

Codysafe – Carry Your PC Wherever You Go

Codysafe – Carry Your PC Wherever You Go

We have work to do and we have places to go for completing those tasks. So it is an obvious necessity to carry your working tools along. If that means digital documents, our USB drives comes to rescue. And very recently, the dominance of portable tools has also made the job a lot more easier, […]

100 Free Software For Mac OS X

100 Free Software For Mac OS X

Last week, we featured 100 free software for your WIndows. This week, as promised, we roll out the 100 free software for Mac OS X. We have spent a great deal of time sourcing these software for all of you. So if you love the list, don’t forget to share it with your friends.

12 Google Chrome Extensions For The RSS Addicted

12 Google Chrome Extensions For The RSS Addicted

The Google Chrome browser is making some great strides to take over the browser game. One of the areas where it lacks right out of the proverbial “box” is its inability to handle RSS. Until recently when Chrome users on Windows machines were given the ability to add extensions, you would have to (gulp) copy […]

How to Create a Backup System Image in Windows 7

How to Create a Backup System Image in Windows 7

Even the tallest building in the World will come crashing down one day, not to mention your vulnerable operating system. The question is: when your system crashed, do you have the required backup to get it up and running again? In Windows 7, there is this feature that allows you to clone your system to […]

How to Maximize Your Windows Experience

How to Maximize Your Windows Experience

This is a guest post by Barbara Williams It’s not the operating system of connoisseurs; rather, it is the masses who follow herd mentality and go with Windows, the OS that we all love to hate, but which we cannot live without nonetheless. Yes, the original software is expensive and there are numerous bugs in […]