Is the lack of an Image Properties listing in the Context Menu of your favorite Chromium-based browser driving you crazy? If you have been missing this extremely useful function, then the Image Properties Context Menu extensi...
The look of your operating system is all about the panels and the window borders, so now that we’ve shown you how to customize your panels, it’s time to customize the window borders to make Ubuntu look the way you want it to.
Are you tired of manually switching between tabs to see if you have new e-mails, messages, or items in your RSS feeds? Then say goodbye to the hassle! Tab Badge adds an awesome counter badge to your tabs and lets you see the ...
If you want your bookmarklets right at your finger tips instead of stashed in your bookmarks menu, SpellBook is a handy Chrome extension that parks them right in the context menu.
Last fall we shared Drag2Up with you, a handy little Chrome extension that make it a snap to drag, drop, and upload files to a variety of file sharing sites. Now that same easy sharing is available for Firefox.
Most people are in the habit of jiggling their mouse or tapping their keyboard when they want to wake their monitor. This clever electronics hack adds a sensor to your computer for motion-based monitor activation.
Whether you follow the game at an international level, play in a local league of your own, or just play for fun, football (soccer) is an awesome game to be involved in. Now you can bring the passion and excitement of the game straight to your desktop with our Football (Soccer) Customization set.
Unless you’re into math or programming, the word “algorithm” might be Greek to you, but it’s one of the building blocks of everything you’re using to read this article. Here’s a quick explanation of what they are, and how they work.
Much like the wildly popular book “Wicked” mixed up the good/bad dichotomy in the Wizard of Oz, “The Last Ring-Bearer” shows us the Mordor’s take on the Lord of the Rings.
If you frequently use your phone one handed you’ll definitely want to check out Smart Taskbar, an add-on for Android phones that makes it easy to launch apps with the swipe of your thumb.
Have a huge folder of images needing tweaks? A few hundred adjustments may seem like a big, time consuming job—but read one to see how Photoshop can do repetitive tasks automatically, even if you don’t know how to program!
Using a Windows driver inside of Linux may also give you faster transfer rates or better encryption support depending on your wireless card.
In today’s tutorial, we will start off by giving you an instruction on how to install VLC-Share, followed by configuring firewall and port forwarding, and we complete the tutorial with a walk through of VLC-Share features.
This week we learned how to stream media files from any PC to a PlayStation, enable user-specific wireless networks in Windows 7, monitor the bandwidth consumption of individual applications, configure the Linux Grub2 Boot Menu the easy way, “add Dropbox to the Start Menu, understand symbolic links, & rip TV Series DVDs into episode files”, and more.
Birds can serve as wonderful sources of inspiration with their varied colors, song, and feats of flight. Today we have a beautiful flock of birds that you can add to your desktop with the first in our series of Feathered Friends Wallpaper collections.
Do you have a terrific collection of comics in electronic form but need a great app to view them with? If you have a Linux system then we have the perfect app for you…Comix, the open source comic reading powerhouse.
Our friends over at MakeUseOf.com have released yet another eBook in their series of Guides to, well, just about everything. This one gives you some tips for speeding up your Windows PC.
Having problems with the Tractor Beam? Did a weapons malfunction bring your computer system down? Is the Replicator making your Earl Grey Tea taste odd? Wait…what??!! Just call the Star Wars Help Desk to get the personalized help you need.