Are you tired of the “Save As Routine” in Firefox and wish that you could just “click and save” your files directly to a pre-defined location? See how easy it is to do with the “Save File to” extension for Firefox.
If you are using Google Chrome, there are times when you might want to quickly take a screenshot of a page without having to open a third party utility. Today we take a look at the Webpage Screenshot extension for Chrome which will save a screenshot of any webpage in PNG format.
Do you want an easy way to share text, images, and embedded videos with other people using a simple link? Then join us as we take a look at JustPaste.it.
If you’re moving from Vista to Windows 7, you might be wondering what happened to Windows Photo Gallery, or in XP you might have used another photo manager. Today we take a look at using Windows Live Photo Gallery from the Windows Live Essentials suite.
Sometimes you need a quick and easy way to resize your pictures to email, post on your blog, or put on a mobile device. Today we take a look at the Image Resizer Powertoy Clone for Windows that allows you to resize pictures and images.
Got some great family photos and looking for a way to make nice collage wallpapers for the upcoming holidays? See how easy it is to do at the Photovisi website.
Have you been looking for a quick and easy way to take partial or full screenshots of a webpage in Firefox? Now you can have either type with just a couple of clicks using the Abduction! extension for Firefox.
Do you prefer to have clean and gentle looking webpages to look at when browsing the internet? Now you can easily change how websites look in Firefox with the No Color extension.
Are you looking for a way to easily change your desktop background periodically throughout the day? Today we look at using the desktop slideshow feature in Windows 7 that will automatically change the wallpaper at different time intervals.
Looking for a quick and easy way to convert your photos into a flash slideshow for your website? Now you can with Photo Flash Maker Free.
Remember the days before digital cameras when Polaroid pictures were the latest technology and coolest thing? Today we take a look at Rollip, which is a site that adds the classic look and feel of vintage Polaroid pictures.
Have you been looking for a quick and easy way to add images to your Photobucket account? Now you can with the Photobucket Uploader extension for Firefox.
Looking for a quality all-purpose photo editing program for everyday use? Paint.NET is a free app which is a useful addition to your Windows system.
Have you ever been looking through a pic-heavy webpage and wanted an easy way to open those pictures in new tabs to look at after you finish browsing the page? Now you can with Open Image In New Tab.
Looking for a good reliable photo program with a nice set of tools included? Now you can enjoy working on and enhancing your photos with PhotoFiltre.
Feeling in an artistic mood and looking for a nice program to express yourself with? Enjoy a relaxing afternoon or evening with SmoothDraw.
Video editing is an important aspect of our work. I was looking for some video editing solution for my Ubuntu machine and came across this useful piece of software which makes the editing of videos a very easy. The software is called OpenShot and is a free and open source solution for editing videos on Linux environment.
Ever find yourself needing to make a last minute change to a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or image but you do not have access to regular software suites? Now you can easily remedy that situation with Open IT Online.
Editor’s Note: Chi.mp is a free service, and we really like it, but this shouldn’t be considered an official How-To Geek endorsement.
Tired of the same old desktop wallpapers and wishing for something more artistic to suit your mood? Now you can enjoy turning your favorite wallpapers and pictures into works of art with FotoSketcher.
In the middle of browsing on the Internet and suddenly find a photo that you would love to add to your Picasa Web Albums? Now you can do so easily and quickly with the AddToPicasa extension for Firefox.
Now that the presents have been opened, large dinners consumed, and relatives (good or bad) have visited it is time to take all of those digital images and get them organized. Today’s digital cameras take great, detailed photos but the images are often too large to easily send.
With Windows Vista you do not need to open up a separate application to preview a video, song, or picture. Vista includes a handy feature to preview these files in Explorer. This comes in handy because you may not want to launch Windows Media Player every time you’re checking out a video or song for the first time.
How many times have you wanted to share a screenshot with somebody… so you created your screenshot using one tool, then uploaded to some image hosting site, and then 5 minutes later you finally have the link to send to them. What if there was a way to do all of that in 5 mouse clicks in just a few seconds?
My good friend Tim asked me the other day: “How do I take a screenshot of an entire web page… am I supposed to just piece two images together?” Thankfully for Tim he has a geek friend to explain a simple way to accomplish this.