The quest for the Triforce continues as Link and Zelda battle Ganondorf and work to save the land of Hyrule from his evil plans of conquest. Now you can bring the magic and adventure of Hyrule to your desktop with our Legend of Zelda Customization set.
So far we have shown you how to setup a classic dual-boot for Windows 8, and we even showed you how to do it without creating a new partition. If you still aren’t sold on the new version of Windows, here’s how to remove it entirely.
Once a week we round up some of the reader questions we’ve answered to share with everyone. This week we’re looking at how to bulk edit the authorship on Microsoft Office docs, set up port forwarding on your router, and remote controlling your Android phone.
Windows/Mac/Linux/iOS: Popular screen-dimming software f.lux is now available for jailbroken iOS devices. Install f.lux to enjoy gently adjusted brightness based on the time of day for easy-on-the-eyes computer use.
Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. Today we will help you get started by showing you some of the options available and how easy it is to get started.
Have you installed Ubuntu 11.04 as a virtual machine in VirtualBox but have had problems getting the Shared Folders feature to work? We were able to add a shared folder, but were unable to access it.
This week we learned how to make your Android phone tell you where you lost it, sync your media across your entire house with XBMC, customize and tweak your system tray icons in Windows 7, learned how to start using QoS (Quality of Service) on a router, had fun with a unique set of grab bag icon packs, and more.
It has been a bit since we did our last roundup of Windows 7 focused wallpapers, so today we are back with a whole new batch. Fill your desktop with that ‘lucky 7 goodness’ using our Windows 7 Series 2 Wallpaper collection.
September has been an exciting month here at HTG where we covered topics such as the release of Windows 8, cleaning a dirty desktop computer, the file system you should use for your USB drive, and more. Join us as we look back at the most popular articles from this past month.
The best anti-virus out there! [via Reddit]
Mac: If you’re looking for a stylish and customizable break timer for Mac OS X, Time Out is a solid pick. Adjust the transparency, control iTunes and other apps, create exclusions, and more.
If you’re concerned you’ve been spending too much time on the internet, whether or not you get this video is a pretty solid indicator of how deep down the rabbit hole you’ve gone.