Nearly ten months have gone by since Windows 7 became available to the public and it has done very well in that short time. This week we would like to know if you have made the leap and upgraded to Windows 7.
This week we learned how to record screen activity in Ubuntu, sync any folder to Dropbox with SyncToy, jailbreak an iPhone or iPod Touch with iOS 4, find the 3G or Wi-Fi speeds on Android phones, get rid of the annoying YouTube bottom bar, and more. Now you can get comfortable and relax while looking through our latest batch of geeky goodness.
The Matrix saga presented a unique view of humanity’s fate in the future, and like Neo you have a choice to make. Will you take the blue pill and continue with the same boring desktop or take the red pill and see our Matrix wallpaper collection?
Search engines are something that all of use to find information, images, and more while online. This week we want to know which search engine you use.
This week we learned how to watch Netflix instant streaming content through Zinc TV, test drive webOS without buying a phone, make iTunes for Windows run faster, import OneNote 2010 notebooks into Evernote, get started with GeekTool for OS X, and more. Time to pull up your favorite comfy chair and enjoy this week’s batch of geeky goodness.
The colorful open spaces of meadows make you want to relax and feel free from the stress of everyday life. Now you can add a touch of that peace and beauty to your desktop with the first in our series of Meadows Wallpaper collections.
Having good anti-malware software as a supplement to your anti-virus software is important for your PC security strategy. This week we would like to know which anti-malware software that you use.
This week we learned how to how to play retro video games on a Windows PC, remove Ubuntu One from Ubuntu 10.04, run Android on a Netbook or Desktop, install, manage, and delete fonts on a PC, import e-mail from Outlook to Apple Mail.app using Thunderbird, and more. Now you can relax while enjoying our latest batch of geeky goodness.
Sometimes an image from a favorite movie or the outdoors is perfect for our desktops, but what if you prefer something with a pattern or texture? Then enjoy browsing through the first in our series of Abstract Textures Wallpaper collections.
If you love to customize your system as much as possible, then we have a fun way for you to change the color scheme for the Task Manager Window. Those Performance and Networking tabs will have a fresh new look in only a few minutes.
The debate on who is or what makes one starship captain better than the other is pure classic geekness at its best. This week we want to know who you think is the better starship captain…Kirk or Picard.
Would you like to see a preview of the websites behind regular, text only, and shortened URLs? You can easily see what is behind those links before opening them with the Preview and Launch URL accelerator for Internet Explorer 8.
If you are a sci-fi movie fan then you know that there are some terrific looking fonts in the credits. If you have been wanting to add some of these cool fonts to your system then take a look through our sci-fi movie fonts collection.
If you have recently found some terrific fonts that you want to use on your Windows system, then getting them installed may not be something that you are familiar with. Today we show you how to manage those fonts with ease.
This week we learned how to keep IM conversations private, get started with OneNote 2010, find missing USB drives in Windows 7 & Vista, create customized Ubuntu Live CDs, test drive Google Android on your PC without buying a phone, and more. Now it is time to sit back and enjoy this week’s roundup of geeky goodness.
Bridges come in all shapes and sizes across the world, but when viewed at night they can be very beautiful. If you love mixtures of architecture and lighting, then enjoy looking through the first in our series of Bridges at Night Wallpaper collections.
Would you like to have websites automatically open encrypted and secure? Enable a set list of websites and the ability to create encryption rule sets of your own with the HTTPS Everywhere extension for Firefox.