With weeks of winter weather left to go, it can be a bit depressing to look outside and see nothing but bland, lifeless scenery. To help bridge the time gap until you can open the windows, enjoy the warmth of the sun, and feel the spring breeze upon your face we present our Springtime Personas Themes for Firefox collection.
This week we learned how to get started with the Linux command-line text editor Nano, “speed up Start Menu searching, halt auto-rotating Android screens, & set up Dropbox-powered torrenting”, change the default application for Android tasks, find great gift recommendations for Valentine’s Day using the How-To Geek Valentine’s Day gift guide, had fun decorating our desktops with TRON and TRON Legacy theme items, and more.
Whether they are defending their homelands and the innocent, seeking fame and fortune, or out to conquer and plunder these fantasy warriors will add a nice bit of adventure to your desktop. Get ready to journey into other realms with our Fantasy Warriors Wallpaper collection.
Earlier this week we shared a great TRON and TRON Legacy customization set for your desktop with you. Today we present the next step in the customization process with these four awesome TRON Legacy themes for Chrome and Iron.
YouTube user OneMinuteGalactica has created a fun old school style anger management video using footage from the original Star Trek series. Enjoy watching these classic “recommendations” on how to deal with anger ...
Recently we shared a way to clean up Gmail’s interface using the Minimalist Gmail extension for Chrome and Iron. Today we present the companion extension that will perform the same cleaning miracles in Google Calendar.
Kramer’s corporation is enjoying a great run of success until he makes a deal with the wrong people. With the threat of blackmail hanging over his head does Kramer have what it takes to save himself and his corporation? Watch to find out!
With all the recent talk about Ubuntu’s new Unity UI, you may have begun to wonder how GNOME Shell 3 is coming along. If you are curious and would like to give the new version of GNOME Shell a try then you are in luck. ...
What do you get when you combine McBain movie clips from multiple seasons of the Simpsons together? McBain: The Movie!
Crayons are one of the best parts of being a kid, so why should you miss out on all of the fun now that you are grown up? If you have fond memories of coloring pictures with crayons during your childhood, then this set of Hex...
With each passing week it seems like the browser wars are becoming more fierce as all of the participants add new features and release versions more often. This week we would like to know which browser or browsers you think will be victorious in 2011.
Do you want your desktop to get in touch with its’ wild natural side? Then you will definitely want to download your own copy of the Tribal Arts Theme for Windows 7.
Do you ever find yourself in the position of not knowing what kind of comment to leave on Facebook? Then cast your worries aside! Just consult this humorous chart for the perfect solution to your commenting woes.
This historical video originally released on May 21, 1948 presents an interesting view of what the cars of the future might look like and how they would operate.
Are you wanting to add some romance to your Windows 7 desktop? Then all you need are these two beautiful Valentine’s Day themes from Microsoft.
Are you a Program or a User? Choose your destiny while bringing the battle for the Grid and freedom to your desktop with our TRON and TRON Legacy Customization Set.
This week we learned how to quickly cut a clip from a video file with Avidemux, “tile windows, remote control a desktop using an iOS device, taking advantage of Windows 7 libraries”, turn a home Ubuntu PC into a LAMP web server, enable desktop notifications for Gmail in Chrome, “what image channels are and what they mean”, and more.
First, we brought you fonts for your Valentine’s Day stationary needs followed by icon packs to help customize your desktop. Today we finish our romantic holiday trio out with a larger than normal size wallpaper collection.
YouTube user deathVANQUISHED has created a really nice video mashup featuring Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot monologue combined with video from Halo Reach.