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Rearrange The Windows 8 Start Screen With Registry Tweaks & Utilities

Windows

Rearrange The Windows 8 Start Screen With Registry Tweaks & Utilities

As befits a new operating system, over the past few weeks we’ve featured many articles about how to use and tweak Windows 8. With the focus largely on tweaking. After all, when so many developers have gone to the lengths of making tools to make the new operating system more customizable, it would be a shame to overlook this, especially when so many potential Windows 8 users seem to want to make changes.

Christian Cawley January 9, 2013
Rearrange The Windows 8 Start Screen With Registry Tweaks & Utilities
How To Make Your iPad a Laptop Replacement

iPhone and iPad

How To Make Your iPad a Laptop Replacement

In an interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he no plans for developing an iPad that transforms into a laptop. But that certainly doesn’t keep many iPad users from using the device as a notebook computer. A friend of mine told me he actually prefers his iPad 3 over his laptop. Due to the abundant productivity tools in the Mac App Store, and the various keyboard accessories for the iPad, the device can definitely be used as a laptop.

Bakari Chavanu January 9, 2013
How To Make Your iPad a Laptop Replacement
5 Reasons to Install XBMC on Your Android Right Now

Android

5 Reasons to Install XBMC on Your Android Right Now

It’s here. You can download a stable version of XBMC for Android right now. This isn’t a lightweight version of XBMC made specifically for tablets – it’s the full version of XBMC. So you can add your music and video collections and browse the Internet. The interface, designed for a TV, probably won’t work well on your tiny smartphone screen – but it’s just about perfect for a tablet.

Justin Pot January 9, 2013
5 Reasons to Install XBMC on Your Android Right Now
Super Start Your Day With Visual Bookmarks And A Simple To-Do List [Firefox]

Browsers

Super Start Your Day With Visual Bookmarks And A Simple To-Do List [Firefox]

While the Speed Dial is a visual bookmark of recently visited websites, and a permanent home to your favorite pinned ones, it can be made into something more. That comes with the help of Firefox add-ons as usual. Super Start is a simple add-on that can supercharge your home tab on Firefox, and give your day around the web the launch pad it needs.

Saikat Basu January 9, 2013
Super Start Your Day With Visual Bookmarks And A Simple To-Do List [Firefox]
How To Host a Simple Website Using Dropbox

Wordpress & Web Development

How To Host a Simple Website Using Dropbox

If you’re looking to create a simple website, but don’t want to spring for hosting, you probably already know how challenging it can be to find free and decent hosting. One possible option to look into is to use the online backup service Dropbox to host your website. We’ve already taken a brief look at how you can use Dropbox to host a website, but if you’re looking for an in-depth guide, you’ve come to the right place.

Nancy Messieh January 9, 2013
How To Host a Simple Website Using Dropbox
What Are Your Tech-Related Hopes for 2013? [You Told Us]

Web Culture

What Are Your Tech-Related Hopes for 2013? [You Told Us]

We’re now a whole week into 2013, and hasn’t the time flown by. Why, it feels like only yesterday that fireworks were lighting up the night sky, and only the day before yesterday that those with time and money to spare had impressive animated lights displays in their front gardens. In 12 months time we’ll be able to do it all over again. Until then we have lots to occupy our minds, including what’s happening on the technology front, whether in the industry or in our own lives.

Dave Parrack January 9, 2013
What Are Your Tech-Related Hopes for 2013? [You Told Us]
How To Turn Off Distracting Tech Notifications Almost Anywhere

Web Culture

How To Turn Off Distracting Tech Notifications Almost Anywhere

These days, we’re constantly barraged with email updates, system alerts, and annoying texts from hypothetical neighbors named Brad about how he got his pet chinchilla stuck in the dryer vent again. But for some reason, techsters tend to play the victim by saying they have to have their notifications turned on whether it for their Mac, PC, iPhone, or Android mobile. “Oh, but I may miss something…” “Oh, but I need to be available at all times”…yeah right.

Joshua Lockhart January 9, 2013
How To Turn Off Distracting Tech Notifications Almost Anywhere
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