By default, Ubuntu uses a two-finger tap for right-click and a three-finger tap for middle-click on laptop touchpads. You can swap this behavior, but Ubuntu doesn’t provide a graphical utility for configuring it.
Lets face it, one of the messy sides of Windows is its right-click context menu system which seems to get more cluttered every time you install a new program. Here’s how to fix that, the easy way.
Once a week we round up some of the great reader tips you share with us and shine a spotlight on them. This week we’re looking at an app that helps you learn keyboard shortcuts for popular applications, how to roll a cheap macro camera lens for your point and shoot camera, and repurposing a shoe rack for cable storage.
The Evolution of Windows (Artwork by David Schaefer) [via MakeUseOf]
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Opera provides several options for what displays when you open the browser. You can start with your Home page or Speed Dial, continue with the same tabs and windows from your last session, or continue with a session saved in Opera’s built-in session manager.
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This slick desk, built mostly from modified IKEA parts, combines ample storage, wire concealment, and some really neat analog and digital meters to great effect.
Almost half a million Yahoo user accounts were compromised in a recent exploit. If you’re a current Yahoo service user or have an old account with a shared password on it, now’s the time to change it. Read on to g...