Do you use URL shortening services every day and need a quick way to access them? Now you can have access to over 100 different services with the Shorten URL extension for Firefox.
In XP you probably already know how to manage the power settings for your system on a laptop or desktop. Today we take you through how to manage power settings and create custom plans in Windows 7.
Are you looking for an app that sits in your System Tray and will notify you when you have new items in your Google accounts? Now you can easily monitor all of your favorite Google services with Googsystray.
Have you been waiting for that “Read It Later” extension goodness in Google Chrome? Now you can create “Read Later Lists” with the Local Read Later extension.
You have a new computer that came with Windows 7 pre-installed on it, and you want to create a dual boot system so you can run Ubuntu Linux as well. Here we take you through the process to install Ubuntu on your pre-installed Windows 7 machine.
Are you sick of seeing This Device can perform faster balloon message pop up every time you are using an older flash drive or other device? Here we’ll show you what to do to get rid of it once and for all.
With three different versions of Windows being used now, you’ll probably find yourself trying to share files or printers between them. Today we take a look at how to share files and printers between Vista and Windows 7 machines.
Have you been looking for a note taking extension that can tie in with Firefox and work “outside” too? Then you might want to take a good look at the QuickFox Notes extension for Firefox.
Are you looking for a note-taking app that can easily send notes to your e-mail account and stay out of your way? Then join us as we take a look at Scribbly.
One of the new features in Word 2010 is the ability to take screenshots and paste them directly into your documents. It should allow quicker document creation, and today we will show you how easy it is to use.
If you use Windows Media Center in Vista or Windows 7, it can sometimes be annoying when it decides to download updates and waste bandwidth while you’re working on other things. Here we take a look at scheduling the updates for a specific time.
With every new release of Ubuntu, there’s a new XSplash theme that comes in. Today we show you how to change it and also show you some cool themes you might want to add to your machine.
Want a quick and simple way to monitor the weather for your location in Google Chrome? See how easy it can be as we take a look at the Weather Forecast extension.
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Are you looking for the ability to do more than just copy formatted text (and images) in a webpage? Now you can easily copy the same areas as plain text or see the underlying html code with the Extended Copy Menu extension for Firefox.
One of the major new features in Office 2010 is the ability to share and edit documents online with the Office Web Apps service. Today we take a look at how to save them to your SkyDrive for use in Office Web Apps.
You might not be a Keyboard Ninja, but would like to be able to navigate through Windows with the mouse more quickly. You can make mouse navigation faster by increasing the pointer speed and using the “Snap To” option available in XP, Vista, and Windows 7.
If you’re moving from XP to Windows 7, you’ll notice that Windows Media Player 12 is a different than previous versions. Today we will take you through the process of managing your music collection in Windows 7 with Windows Media Player, and look at some of the new features.
Are you looking for a great way to access Remember The Milk in Google Chrome? See how easy it can be with the ChromeMilk extension.
Would you like those “Fav-Icon Sized Pinned Tabs” planned for the future Firefox 4.0 release now? Then you will definitely want to take a look at the App Tabs extension.