Our first edition of WIG for March is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as Telefonica’s signing up for Mozilla’s mobile Web OS, Foursquare’s switch from Google Maps to OpenStreetMap, Linus Torvalds blasting of openSUSE, and more.
If your computer has started to slow down, there are many options for speeding it up. Below, we show you some of the best tips for speeding up your PC, some from previous HTG articles and some described here.
From Black Mesa to City 17 and beyond Gordon Freeman and his allies have all they can manage in their battles to free Earth of its enemies. Bring their epic struggle to your desktop with our Half-Life Wallpaper collection.
There has been a lot of excitement about the release of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview this week and now we have a special treat to share with you. The good folks over at 7 Tutorials have put together two terrific Windows 7 t...
If you’re not able to punch a bunch of holes in your apartment walls to run cable and mount your HDTV, this pole-mounted setup organizes all your gear and leaves your walls hole free.
Perhaps that tour of the rings could wait for another day…
If you’re a fan of analog clock faces but crave a futuristic edge to your time tracking, this DIY project combines a salad bowl and some laser diodes to create a laser-armed clock.
In this week’s game the end of your home world is near, so you must embark on a quest to evolve beyond your own mortality and escape to a new home through the mystic gateway. Will you succeed or will you perish with your home world?
The Linux terminal has a number of useful commands that can display running processes, kill them, and change their priority level. This post lists the classic, traditional commands, as well as some more useful, modern ones.
Windows remembers Wi-Fi passwords to save you time, but you can save more time by exporting the saved passwords and transfering them to other computers. LastPass, WirelessKeyView, and Windows itself can back up your wireless passwords.
Once a week we round up some of the great reader tips you send in and share them; this week we’re looking at how to turn your camera tripod into a zero-cost Steadicam, blocking distracting web pages for 24 hours, and decluttering your power strip with cable extenders.
Yeah, you’re right, the title of this article should make you laugh, and with good reason: it should be easy to shut down your PC, right? Well, Windows 8 makes it a little more confusing. Here’s how to do it if you haven’t figured it out already.