Looking for settings for custom resolutions in Mac OS X? This article will show you where to find them and also includes useful facts relating to displays.
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Glance Plus is and Android app that shows some basic information on a black screen when you wave your hand over or cover the proximity sensor. Here’s how it works.
In today’s world, monitors come in all different sizes to accommodate our different devices. How big is your monitor?
There may be many moments when you want to simply turn off your Mac’s display without shutting down the entire system. Here are a few ways to do it.
When you are using Windows 8.1 on a laptop, you may well encounter different lighting conditions that make it difficult to see what is happening on screen. If you are experiencing problems with the way screen brightness levels are being changed for you, you can disable it so your screen or monitor remains at the same, constant brightness level.
Does your Mac often go to sleep at inconvenient times, like when you’re watching a movie or listening to music? Do you wish that you could have your Mac go to sleep at a specific time of the day?
Of all the things that Microsoft introduced, the tablet computer was one of the most ignored, the phenomenon to be revived only when Apple releases its iPad. Granted, Microsoft’s tablets were very robust and didn’t offer as much portability as the iPad, and the battery life was as terrible as a laptop’s. We’ve gone past […]
I installed Ubuntu Natty on my Virtualbox (Ubuntu guest on Ubuntu host) and the first problem that greeted me when I boot up is the 16-bit display error message: The virtual machine window is optimized to work in 32 bit color mode but the virtual display is currently set to 16 bit. Please open the […]
When you connect two (or more) monitors to your computer, you can drag an application window from one to another monitor. Now, what if your second monitor is your smartphone, or tablet and you are able to drag window to it and interact with your fingers? Sound cool, isn’t it? iDisplay is one such app […]
For those who are using Firefox 4 beta 7, you will notice that the status bar is now gone. In the past, whenever you hover your mouse over a link, the URL will be displayed in the status bar. With the removal of the status bar, the URL is now displayed in the address bar, […]
OS X comes with some amazingly cool and useful features built right in to the OS. One of the coolest, and the one I get asked about most often, is the Active Screen Corners feature. Not only can using Active Screen Corners make using your Mac quicker and easier, but it can also be a great substitute […]
If you are using a large 27′ monitor like me, you will know how small your icons look like in the screen. Unless you enjoy looking small icons (and save up a lot of deskspace), you might be better off changing the icons (and text) to a bigger size instead of making the extra effort […]