Super Smash Land is Super Smash Bros reimagined as a Gameboy release; grab a copy of this polished fan game for free.
After a long tiring week you should do something to relax and a fun game is the perfect way to do that. In this week’s game you choose your favorite flavor of ice cream and start a perilous quest to collect fruit for yourself while avoiding getting melted by enemies.
When you’re using Linux, a popular way to share files with Windows is via Samba. For beginners, it can be a real pain to configure it manually, but with the right tool, it’s as easy as pie.
Do you create really long documents in Word? If so, you probably know that Word doesn’t always play well with them. It’s usually smarter to split your long documents into multiple Word files.
Have you ever tried to figure out all of the permissions in Windows? There’s share permissions, NTFS permissions, access control lists, and more. Here’s how they all work together.
Once a week we dump out the tips box mailbag and share the weeks hottest tips with you. This week we’re looking at how to speed up Windows 7,
Life lessons from The Legend of Zelda [9GAG]
What would happen if Mario took a vacation from fighting Bowser? A new hero for Mario Land would be needed and who better than the Prince from Katamari Damacy. Bowser is going to be in a lot of trouble once the Prince starts rolling.
The results from this clever hack have to be seen to be believed–and can be in this great video compilation. Read on to see how a $6 egg timer can become a fantastic panning time lapse engine.
Google Flights, a brand new offering from Google, integrates a slick and speedy airfare search tool right into Google search results.
Super Pixel Bros is a fantastically retro re-imagining of the original Super Mario Bros game on an 8×8 LED grid–every game element is reduced to a single pixel.
Got yourself some hackintosh compatible hardware? Great! So follow along, because in this guide, we are going to show you how to INSTALL Mac OS X Snow Leopard on your custom built PC!
It’s easy to customize and move all the Windows tiles around, but what if you want to create your own shortcuts for portable apps, or something really useful, like adding the missing Shutdown or Reboot shortcuts back? Here’s how to do it.
When it comes to home servers, Linux is king. It’s free, it’s efficient, and the possibilities are endless! Join us as we go through the many ways to keep your open-source server streaming and serving up stuff for you.
Are you the first in line to try out a new OS or major upgrade? Do you hang back and let the fools rush in to work out the beta-level bugs? This week we want to hear about your early adoptions (or lack there of).
Well, that is certainly different…