Normally we wouldn’t write about some random web service shutting down, but we know some of our readers use the drop.io service to share files, so we figured we’d mention it.
This week we learned how to secure a Linux PC by encrypting the hard drive, become familiar with the toolbox in Photoshop, improve battery life in Windows 7 with the built-in power troubleshooter, become familiar with the panels in Photoshop, print files from anywhere via any device with Dropbox, and more.
Do you own an Android phone and love the idea of theming your computer to match? Then you should have a look at this pack of fifteen high quality icons that will add a perfect Android touch to your computer.
Earlier this week you got to see Bridge and Gus’s misadventures while trick-or-treating. Today you get to see how it all started at the Clone Training Center.
CHRISTMAS NIGHT MOON [DesktopNexus]
This is an impressive bit of work considering the short time frame and the use of only a smartphone to film the entire movie.
Are you a frequent user of Paint.NET but feel frustrated that it is limited to Windows only? Fret no more because now you can get similar functionality on multiple platforms with Pinta.
This wonderful Mirror’s Edge theme comes with 21 hi-res wallpapers, custom Mirror’s Edge icons, and sounds from the game to get your desktop ready for sky high adventure.
Looks like Apple’s unearned security reputation is going to take a hit with this new trojan attacking Mac machines.
Mozilla has announced that the final versions of Firefox 4 won’t be out until early next year instead of next month as originally planned—while Google Chrome is releasing new versions faster and faster, with lots of new features.
If you are one of the individuals using Microsoft’s Office 2010 suite or SharePoint 2010, then you may be interested to know that the first service pack beta is set to be released by year’s end.
Is your carved pumpkin cool enough to do this?
Regardless of which operating system you use, there will always be images of some kind that need to be worked with on your computer. This week we want to know which photo app is an absolute must-have software on your computer when working with images.
Autumn Colors [DesktopNexus]
Are you using Firefox 4 in Ubuntu? If so, you may not be too pleased with how the default theme looks. A quick visit to the Personas website can help you make Firefox blend in nicely with your system.
Watch what happens when clone troopers Bridge and Gus go trick-or-treating in their local neighborhood. Will they get lots of candy?
If you’ve ever wondered how advanced webapps can get, here’s a new app that pushes the limit. Adobe recently unveiled a new beta webapp, Project ROME, that lets you create advanced documents, presentations, webs...
Shooting Star – Literally [DesktopNexus]
Do you like to finesse and choose the icons that represent each individual drive on your computer? If so, then we have two icon packs that will add a touch of style to your system.
Are you looking for a terrific Twitter client for your Ubuntu system? Then Hotot just may be the one for you with its’ phone app style transitional interface.
millenium falcon [DesktopNexus]
This week we learned how to know the difference between pixels and vectors, make DVDs from almost any video file, sync Rainlendar calendars for free with Dropbox, use verbose boot messages to troubleshoot Windows startup problems, make Microsoft Word always use plain text for pasted text, and more.
Are you looking for a theme that adds that perfect bit of moodiness and attitude to your Windows 7 desktop? The new lightning theme from Microsoft contains gorgeous images of lightning and storms that will electrify the way your desktop looks.
From YouTube: A sleep deprived office worker finds a Black Hole whilst photocopying late one night. Suddenly the possibilities seem endless. Will greed get the better of him?
Note: The original image is 804*768 pixels but can easily be placed on a larger, matched-color background to fit your monitor (as seen in our example above).