When you see a screenshot, what you think is the “operating system” is more likely to be the “desktop environment” — and Linux has a bunch of them, including this one called Cinnamon.
Gmail Labs is home to some really great experimental features that can help you increase your email productivity.
With Christmas approaching, shops are publicizing their best deals, but it’s easy to get carried away — cybercriminals rely on this. Here’s how to avoid scams this Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Christmas is coming! To help get you into the festive spirit, let us show you how you can customize your Windows 10 system for the holidays.
The DxOMark score is the gold standard for image quality. But does it stack up? What does it actually mean? And can you trust it? Here’s what you need to know.
Looking for free and deep browser strategy games? These five strategy games play right in your browser, offer complex gameplay, and will keep you hooked for hours. And they don’t cost anything!
Live CDs are perhaps the most useful tool in any geek’s toolkit. This live CD how-to guide outlines many uses live CDs or DVDs can offer, from data recovery to enhancing privacy.
You can now donate to a charity of your liking just by leaving a browser tab open all the time!
Microsoft introduced power throttling which gives Windows users more control over how individual apps handle battery consumption while running in the background.
When you sign up for Tumblr, it can be a bit overwhelming. Where do you start? What tricks are the pros using? We’ll answer all those questions in this article.
Did you know that Windows 10 now has an emoji panel that lets you insert the perfect emoji at any time? Here’s how to use it, and disable if you hate it.
Google can’t help you know if your contact details are current, but it can help you identify and either merge or remove duplicate entries.