Every day new viruses appear with the sole purpose of compromising your personal information and computer systems. This week we want to know which anti-virus software you use.
If you run a minimal UI and hide the status bar then you do not have access to the security level lock icon. View the security level using colors in the address bar with the Glassy Urlbar extension for Firefox.
This week we learned how to restore the Wubi Ubuntu Bootloader, speed up OS X navigation with Quicksilver, integrate MS Office and Zoho online accounts, took a screenshot tour of the Windows Live Essentials beta, normalized the volume of MP3 files, and more. After such a busy week it is time to kick back and relax with our weekly roundup of geeky goodness.
The idea of traveling to and exploring new worlds full of wonder and adventure is very appealing. If you miss watching the Stargate SG1 & Atlantis series then get ready to explore our Stargate Wallpapers collection.
Do you like to watch videos or monitor a certain webpage like Twitter while working? OnTopReplica lets you keep your favorite offline or online content on top of everything else.
Are you are a fan of Zoho’s online services and want easy access to locally stored files? Then you may want to have a look at the Zoho Companion For Firefox extension.
If you have a computer then it is very likely that you use some kind of word processing or office software on a daily basis. What we want to know this week is what office software do you use?
While browsing in Internet Explorer you may need a quick definition, thesaurus access, or a translation for a word. The Define with TheFreeDictionary accelerator lets you do all three as needed.
Do you like to send notes and links to yourself or others while browsing with Internet Explorer 8? Now you can use your Windows Live e-mail account to send that information out using the Send with Windows Live Hotmail accelerator.
This week we looked at the New Office Web Apps, backed up data to a virtual hard-drive, ripped audio CDs in Linux, added videos to a Boxee queue, used TrueCrypt on Macs, and much more. Now that the weekend is here you can enjoy catching up on all the geeky goodness with our weekly roundup of links and news.
At night certain cities seem to take on a magic all their own. If you enjoy the scenic and colorful views of city lights then you will want to browse through the first in our series of Cities at Night Wallpaper collections.
If you are having a slow day and nothing looks interesting on the net what do you do? Instead of looking through the same sites again you could have fun finding new websites with the StumbleUpon extension for Google Chrome.
Do you need a quick way to change the user agent string in Firefox for a specific website? Choose the string that you need from a preset list (or from custom entries) with the User Agent Switcher extension.
Bookmarklets make a wonderful addition to any browser, but like regular bookmarks they can take up space if you have a large collection. See how easy it is to combine them into a single bookmarklet using the Bookmarklet Combiner website.
Remember The Milk is an extremely useful tool for people who use task lists. If you use Firefox or Chrome you can add some fun graphics to your account with The Remember The Milk Cow user script.
Do you need on-demand user agent string switching while browsing with Internet Explorer 8? If so then you will want to have a look at UAPick User-Agent Switcher.
This week we showed you how to manage movies in Boxee, destroy the web with Friday Fun, work with your documents in Zoho, make a drive image using Ubuntu, edit ePub eBooks, and more. Now it is time to sit back and relax while enjoying our weekly roundup of geeky links and news.