New Windows update [9GAG]
A gentleman thought it was safe to spend a bit of time relaxing outdoors until he encountered a new man-eating threat called BearShark. Now he is not safe on land or in the water as he flees for his life! Will he escape or be...
It’s tricky to backlight a wall-mounted television; this clever design uses the USB port on the HDTV to provide power to a ring of LED lights.
We’ve covered the manual methods of some fun Photoshop effects—now here’s they are in automatic. Download the How-To Geek Photoshop Action Pack, and get those effects in seconds with the touch of a button.
Many ebook readers natively support PDF documents but, unfortunately, not all PDF documents are easy to read on a small ebook reader screen. Let’s take a look at two simple and free ways to convert PDF files for enjoyable reading.
Star Wars Weather [9GAG]
Recently we featured a Heroes of DC Comics wallpaper collection and today we are back to share a theme made for your Windows 7 systems. The theme comes with 37 Hi-Res wallpapers, custom DC Comics Heroes logo icons, and retro ...
You’re typing away filling out a form online, you click the save button, and the site throws up an error message. In most cases all the text you just typed is gone–unless you’re using Lazarus to bring it back to life.
Although Dropbox has an official Android application it’s a bare bones affair. Dropsync supercharges Dropbox syncing on your Android device with a pile of extra features and true two-way syncing.
Curious about the programming languages in use all around you? This timeline-style infographic highlights the major programming languages of the last 50 years and where you, indirectly, experience them.
Google’s new social service is all the rage right now and added in with their Plus 1 service makes for an awesome online combination. Now you can indulge in the Plus and Plus 1 goodness on your desktop with our Google+ Customization set.
Whether you’ve been searching with Grep or looking at programs that can batch rename files for you, you’ve probably wondered if there was an easier way to get your job done. Thankfully, there is, and it’s called “regular expressions.”
Have you ever wondered where Firefox keeps all of the history it has remembered from your previous browsing sessions… not just URL’s but saved password, form data and certain preference values? The answer, quite simply, is inside of SQLite databases in your Firefox profile folder.
Every week we dip into our reader mailbag and answer your computer and tech-related questions. This week we’re looking at swapping file icons, missing volume icons, and sending links to your smartphone.