With so many people looking for jobs, the slightest edge in your resume presentation has potential to make or break your chances. But not all filetypes or methods are created equal—read on to see the potential pitfalls your resume faces.
We, like many Linux geeks, have had some trouble making the transition to Grub2, or for some of us, learning how to configure it from scratch. Fortunately, a new graphical tool has made this process easy and straightforward!
Have you ever wished that you could stream video files from your computer over to your TV without actually hooking the two directly together? If you’ve got a PlayStation 3, you’re in luck, because that’s today’s geek lesson.
This week we learned how to get started with the Linux command-line text editor Nano, “speed up Start Menu searching, halt auto-rotating Android screens, & set up Dropbox-powered torrenting”, change the default application for Android tasks, find great gift recommendations for Valentine’s Day using the How-To Geek Valentine’s Day gift guide, had fun decorating our desktops with TRON and TRON Legacy theme items, and more.
Microsoft Word is the global standard for word processing. At the same time, it’s one of the most maddening applications to master, which is why this Geek School series is all about learning how to format documents in Word.
Whether they are defending their homelands and the innocent, seeking fame and fortune, or out to conquer and plunder these fantasy warriors will add a nice bit of adventure to your desktop. Get ready to journey into other realms with our Fantasy Warriors Wallpaper collection.
Earlier this week we shared a great TRON and TRON Legacy customization set for your desktop with you. Today we present the next step in the customization process with these four awesome TRON Legacy themes for Chrome and Iron.
YouTube user OneMinuteGalactica has created a fun old school style anger management video using footage from the original Star Trek series. Enjoy watching these classic “recommendations” on how to deal with anger ...
Google now supports two-step verification of your identity, a welcome increase in security over a simple password-based model. Secure your account using a password plus verification via phone, txt, or smartphone application.
How many times have you played Mario, in the dozens of games he has appeared in, and never once stopped to contemplate how many different ways you’ve sent him to his death? Take stock with this fun infographic.
Yesterday Microsoft announced the release candidate of Internet Explorer 9, which is very close to the final product. Here’s a screenshot tour of the most interesting new stuff, as well as answers to your questions.
Recently we shared a way to clean up Gmail’s interface using the Minimalist Gmail extension for Chrome and Iron. Today we present the companion extension that will perform the same cleaning miracles in Google Calendar.
Every week we bring you a snapshot of the week in Geek History. This week we’re taking a peek at the public release of Gmail, the first time a computer won against a chess champion, and the birth of prolific inventor Thomas Edison.
Kramer’s corporation is enjoying a great run of success until he makes a deal with the wrong people. With the threat of blackmail hanging over his head does Kramer have what it takes to save himself and his corporation? Watch to find out!
With all the recent talk about Ubuntu’s new Unity UI, you may have begun to wonder how GNOME Shell 3 is coming along. If you are curious and would like to give the new version of GNOME Shell a try then you are in luck. ...
Picplz is a fun little social media oriented camera application for Android and iOS devices. Snap pics, apply filters, share on Twitter and Facebook, and even backup to your Dropbox account.