Would you like to move your notes from OneNote 2010 into Evernote? There’s no official way to import OneNote 2010 notes into Evernote, but here’s a solution that can help you get most of your notes transferred.
Safari 5 is one of the least used browsers on Windows, but would you be likely to use it more with more features? The latest update to Safari made it incredibly simple to install extensions, so let’s take a quick look at what it has to offer.
Microsoft is in the process of updating the millions of Hotmail accounts to the latest version that runs faster and includes more features than before. Our account was recently updated, so here’s a tour of the new features.
Want to show your geeky side and edit your Google Docs or write a Blogger post from command prompt? Here’s how you can access a variety of Google services from command line with the GoogleCL.
Are you new to Windows 7 and the way it runs Windows Update? By default it won’t check for updates for other Microsoft programs installed, here’s how to make Windows Update find updates for Office and other MS apps.
Would you like to take great screenshots of a webpage, annotate them, and share them, all from Chrome? Here’s how you can do it with the Awesome Screenshot addon.
Would you like to import your notes from OneNote 2007 into Evernote? Here’s how you can do it without losing any of your existing data in OneNote.
Tumblr is a great service for sharing media and blog posts, but what if you don’t want to share your experiences with the world? Here’s how to create a private, password-protected blog for your family or business.
Would you like to quickly find out more about the people you email with? Here’s how the Outlook Social Connector can help you stay informed and connected without wasting hours on Facebook.
Do you need to find your Google Analytics tracking code for your website? Google doesn’t make it easy to find, but here’s how you can do it.
Want to find out how many people are visiting your Tumblr blog, and who’s linking to your posts? Here’s how you can get all the inside info on your Tumblr blog with Google Analytics.
Would you like to make a bit of revenue from your blog? Here’s how you can make your content work for you by adding Google AdSense to your Tumblr blog.
Are you tired of the default photo previewer in Windows 7 and jealous of your Mac’s cool Quick Look Preview tool? Here’s how you can preview your pictures in a fast and snazzy way in Windows with the Picasa Photo Viewer.
Have you heard of OneNote, but wonder what it is exactly and how you can use it? Let’s take a look at OneNote 2010 and see how you can use it to stay more organized and connected.
Would you like to personalize your Tumblr blog with your own domain name? Here’s how you can redirect a domain to Tumblr and register it with your blog.
Would you like to try out apps from the Android Market on your PC? We recently showed you how to run Android in an emulator on your PC, so here’s how you can install apps from the Android Market in the emulator.
Would you like to collaborate and share Office documents, PowerPoint presentations, and more with your friends and colleagues? Here we’ll look at how you can use use the new Office Web Apps with your Facebook friends via Docs.com.
Are you missing some of WordPress.com’s nice features in your self-hosted WordPress blog? Here’s how you can add many of these features back for free with some great WordPress plugins.
Would you like to add a traditional comment box to your Tumblr blog? Here’s how you can add the Disqus comment system to your Tumblr blog to find out what other think about your posts.
Are you bored with the default brown, orange, and purple of Ubuntu? Here’s how you can give your Ubuntu desktop a quick refresh with a new Bisigi theme.
Would you like to test drive the latest version of Google’s Android OS without buying a new mobile device? Here’s how you can run Android on your PC for free with the Android SDK Emulator.
Are you tired of your old blog and find it too much trouble to maintain? Here’s how you can get a fresh new start with a new, free Tumblr blog.
Would you like to try out the nifty features in upcoming versions of Google Chrome, or would you rather switch back to the stable version? Here’s how you can quickly switch between the dev, beta, and release versions of Chrome.
Do you regularly use Google Chrome on multiple computers? Here’s how you can keep almost everything in your browser synced easily in Google Chrome.
Would you like a great way to post stuff quickly online and communicate with your readers? Here’s how you can use the P2 theme to transform WordPress into a great collaboration and communications platform.