If you are a fan of fantasy movies, shows, and books then doubtless you have seen some font types that are absolutely terrific. Today we have a wonderful collection of fantasy style fonts for you to look through and add to your system.
Sometimes being able to send out a quick text message to someone you know would definitely be helpful. But what if you are at your computer and can not use your mobile phone? Just fire up your favorite email account and get that message out using the SMS Gateway addresses that we have collected together for you.
Do you have questions about the compatibility of a particular software or bit of hardware with Windows 7? You could experiment and find out the hard way or head over to the Microsoft Windows 7 Compatibility page to do a quick and easy search instead.
This week we learned how to customize shortcut keys for any Linux application, build a personal wiki that is accessible from any PC, make Winamp look like iTunes, change the default save folder for Windows 7 Libraries, use the word completion tool eType for writing, and more.
Fans of the Aliens saga are only too familiar with the critters that never quit looking for hosts. Add some alien attitude to your desktop with our Aliens and Colonial Marines wallpaper collection.
Opera is a solid, well built browser that is easy to customize once you become familiar with it. If you want to tweak how Opera handles actions such as viewing images or pdf files without saving them to your computer then here is how to do it.
We all love to listen to music on our computers whether at work or at home. This week we want to know which desktop music player you use for listening to music.
Are you looking for an easier way to conduct online testing at your workplace or school? Then you may want to have a look at ZohoChallenge’s online test services.
Winamp is a terrific, customizable media player that keeps getting better with each new release. If you are tired of the default skins included with it, then join us as we show you how to make Winamp look like iTunes.
This week we learned how to breathe new life into an old PC or laptop, make Evernote more approachable with custom Windows 7 integration, keep hard to remember card numbers available and secure with LastPass, make VLC Media Player look awesome with custom skins, create a wallpaper slideshow in Ubuntu, and more. After such a busy week it is time to relax with this week’s collection of geeky goodness.
Final Fantasy 7 has always been one of the most popular titles of the Final Fantasy video game series. If you have been feeling a bit nostalgic lately, then get ready to enjoy adding your favorite characters to your desktop with our Final Fantasy 7 wallpaper collection.
VLC media player is terrific for playing all kinds of media files on your system but you may not care for the native look. We have a great collection of skins to help get you started on removing the “blah factor” and make VLC a lot more fun to look at.
If you are online chances are that you keep an instant messenger running while working or browsing. This week we want to know which instant messenger client you use.
If you enjoyed watching J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved Lord of the Rings series brought to life in the movies, then you will definitely want to look through our collection of wallpapers, icon packs, and fonts for your desktop.
This week we learned how to maximize the Android phone’s battery life, use Dropbox with an Android phone, share a folder from OS X to Windows, export Evernote notes in html or mht Format, create a Windows 7 theme pack from scratch, and more. So sit back and relax while enjoying this week’s batch of geeky goodness.
The Harry Potter movies are truly enchanting and have made many people wish that they could attend Hogwarts and be a part of the Wizardry World. While this may not be as nice as a scholarship to Hogwarts we hope that you will enjoy our Harry Potter wallpaper collection.
Nearly ten months have gone by since Windows 7 became available to the public and it has done very well in that short time. This week we would like to know if you have made the leap and upgraded to Windows 7.