If you use the rsync utility to keep your backups synchronized from your database server over to your backup or secondary file server, you might want to prevent the script from using too much bandwidth. Here’s how.
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.
Are you looking for a way to quickly convert a movie for your iPhone, PSP, or Android device without messing with confusing settings and options? Today, we’ll look at a simple way to convert your video files with Miro Video Converter.
Would you like to have websites automatically open encrypted and secure? Enable a set list of websites and the ability to create encryption rule sets of your own with the HTTPS Everywhere extension for Firefox.
When organizing your home or small office network sometimes it can be easier to assign each computer it’s own IP address rather than using DHCP. Today we take a look at how to do it in OS X.
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.
We love Live CDs, but it’s a hassle installing the same packages every time you need to do a virus scan or recover accidentally deleted data. We’ll show you how to roll your own Ubuntu Live CD, with all the packages you want, and even more nice customizations.
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.
Unfortunately when installing Office 2010 not everything goes smoothly. Here is how to fix an Internal Error 2203 which we ran into during one installation of OneNote 2010.
One new feature with the Windows 7 Taskbar is the Notification Area automatically hides certain icons. Here we’ll take a look at making it a bit more manageable.
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.
Other browsers like Opera, Chrome, or IE let you duplicate tabs with the built-in functionality, and while there are plenty of Firefox extensions that provide this feature, if this is the only feature you want this might be the extension for you.
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.
Your old CDs – especially ones you’ve burned yourself – degrade over time, to the point that they’re unreadable. We’ll show you how to squeeze as much data out of them as you can, before it’s too late!
There are a lot of new users to Windows 7 who are not happy with the new Start Menu and wish they could revert to the Classic menu. Here is how to at least get back the Classic “All Programs” Menu.
Are you looking for one application to handle all your digital media needs from podcasts to torrents to Internet TV? Today we’ll take a look at Miro, a video player and podcast client that can play almost any media file.
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.