This week we learned how to bump your desktop into 3D with BumpTop, get blazing fast, powerful, XP-style search in Windows 7, “learned what makes a portable app portable, how to build a Firefox kiosk, & how to safely store headphone cables”, found out what causes the “File Downloaded from the Internet” warning and how to easily remove it, enjoyed the latest batch of Geek Deals, and more.
There’s loads of information suddenly pouring out of Microsoft about how Windows 8 really works, and today they explained how they are handling when you copy files over top of other files with the same name.
Are you one of the many people frustrated with the way the search utility changed in Windows 7? Handy features from previous versions have been moved or removed and it can be very slow for a lot of files.
Do you enjoy the look of colorful, serene abstract art on your desktop? Then you will definitely want to have a look at this wonderful Yinean Abstract theme for Windows 7. The theme comes with 26 Hi-Res wallpapers, custom ico...
No security problems or worries with this one eh?
We all love Windows 7, but who doesn’t want to find out more information about the upcoming version of Windows? Today Microsoft released some information about the new copy/move/delete dialogs.
Your desktop doesn’t have to be a boring graveyard for lost and forgotten files anymore! Transform it with BumpTop into 3D desktop that help you keep organized. Like a real desk. Create the desktop that suits your needs and style.
Geralt of Rivia is back once again and this time he must hunt down an assassin to clear his name regarding the assassination of the king of Temeria, King Foltest. This well-crafted theme comes with 18 wallpapers and system so...
Sometimes sitting back and watching fish swim in an aquarium can be very relaxing, so why not bring that same soothing experience to your desktop? Give your desktop a peaceful, underwater look with our Aquarium Customization set.
Once a week we dip into our reader mailbag and answer your pressing tech questions. This week we’re taking a look at what makes portable apps, well, portable, how to set up an Ubuntu-based Firefox kiosk, and tangle-free headphone storage.
This week we learned how to “set up credit card processing on Android phones, resize a Windows 7 partition, & use an Android phone as a data modem”, prioritize your network traffic with DD-WRT, use Conditions & If-Then statements in shell scripting, found out how you use virtual machines, improved the view on iPad screens with an outdoors wallpaper collection, and more.
Everyone’s favorite British archaeologist Lara Croft has gotten into one tough scrape after another as she travelled across the world in search of ancient relics. Now you can bring her adventures to your desktop with our Tomb Raider Wallpaper collection.
Now that you have had time to get settled in with your new Google+ account, why not bring that Google+ goodness to your desktop with this great theme for Windows 7? The theme comes with 20 Hi-Res wallpapers, custom Google+ ic...
Earlier this week we asked you to sound off with your Virtual Machine adventures, tips, and tricks. Now we’re back to highlight what you said in this week’s recap.
Once a week we dip into the tips box and share some of the great reader tips that come our way. This week we’re looking at protecting your ears with automatic volume adjustment in Android, a compact way to take advantage of Windows ReadyBoost, and secure phone charging on the go.
We’ve covered enough of the basics in our guide on shell scripting that you should feel comfortable experimenting. In this week’s installment, we’ll be tackling some of the more fun stuff, like conditions and “if-then” statements.
Are you ready to have some beautiful photos for your desktop? Then you will definitely want to download this terrific theme from photographer Georgiana Girboan. The theme comes with eight gorgeous wallpapers showcasing a leaf...
Having a media server is really awesome, unless the other people on your network don’t know how to share the bandwidth. Using some simple QoS rules, you can give your computer a priority and stop your streams from dropping out.
Once a week we dip into the reader mailbag and answer your tech questions. This week we’re looking at mobile credit card processing for Android, resizing hard drive partitions, and tethering your Android phone to your laptop.
This week we learned how to set up remote access for your Android device, “set up one-way file syncing, fix missing boot managers, & sync iTunes to an Android phone”, learned what Wake-on-LAN is and how to enable it, found out what your favorite brainstorming tools are, had fun customizing our desktops with a Steampunk theme, and more.
Bring the adventures of Steve Rogers to your desktop as he goes from being a sickly man to a super soldier ready to combat the Red Skull. The theme comes with eight wallpapers showcasing various characters from the movie alon...
Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite brainstorming tools and techniques; you responded and now we’re back to share your tips.
Technology often yields ridiculous conveniences, like being able to turn on your computer from miles away without pushing the power button. Wake-on-LAN, has been around for a while, so let’s see how it works and how we can enable it.
RSS feeds are an awesome way to keep up on news and new articles from your favorite sites. What if you need to combine multiple feeds into one to use with a widget, RSS-to-email, or other single-feed tool? ChimpFeedr can help.
While mobile devices go a long way to keeping you connected, sometimes you just need to access your PC at home. Let’s take a look at the best Android apps that help you stay connected to your home network.