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.
The work week is almost over, but until you can go home why not take a few minutes to relax and have some fun? In this week’s game your mission is to help a penguin warrior defeat the zombie hordes using precise shooting skills.
If you’ve got multiple computers at your desk, you probably know that it’s a pain to use more than one keyboard and mouse. Here’s how to use a single keyboard and mouse on more than one PC using a tool from Microsoft.
Keeping your data safe by performing regular backups is important. However, how many of us actually remember to stop what we’re doing and back up our data manually? An easy-to-use, automatic backup solution would solve that problem.
Once week we round up the best reader tips and share them here. This week we’re looking at running Windows 8 as a VMware machine, speeding up Windows 7 search with Agent Ransack, and making zip ties reusable.
Sometimes a person just gets tired of seeing EULAs that are as long as books and longs for something simpler.
Is your favorite text editor lacking a few features? Maybe you want to easily get a word count or change the case of selected text. There is an easy way to enhance your editor with these and additional features.
Luigi decides to starting wearing the same colors of clothing as Mario does. Is this an innocent change or is there a more sinister motive behind Luigi’s new colors? Watch to find out the results when confusion and mayhem set in!
Windows: If you’re a VirtualBox power user, VBoxLauncher generates a custom jumplist of all your VirtualBox machines for easy access.
Do you know how long your cell provider is storing your text messages, call logs, and other personal information? Find out here.
We’ve covered QoS before when we showed you prioritize your DD-WRT router’s traffic and in our 5th tip for getting the most out of Tomato. It’s a little more complicated than creating rules, so let’s see how things work.
Windows 8 introduces two new ways of authenticating yourself other than just using a password. Now you can use a Picture Password, which uses gestures, as well as PIN code. Here’s how they both work.
While there are a myriad of FTP clients available, nothing is easier than sending files to an FTP server with a right-click. Likewise, there are loads of utilities available which add this functionality to Windows, but for a geek it is quite satisfying to uninstall “yet another utility” and replace it with your own tool.