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Most Linux installations recommend that you include a SWAP partition. This may seem odd to Windows users – what is this partition for?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro is a solid performer. Just how solid?
Would you rather have your boring desktop space filled with useful system information or family photos? You need GeekTool.
We’ll show you some great tweaks that can go a long way to achieving desktop zen.
Do you find yourself switching between Linux distributions frequently? You’re going to want to learn this trick.
Here’s how you can switch icon sets, and which ones I recommend trying out.
To achieve ultimate responsiveness on your Linux system, you may want to take a look at Ulatencyd.
Is your traditional watch starting to bore you? We have two geeky watches to look at – the $159 X Acetate White and the $139 Uzumaki.
When used correctly, any social network can become a great educational asset rather than an unintelligent distraction. You’re on those social networks a lot anyways, so why not make the best of them? But doing that means finding the right people to follow. Depending on your interests, that may be more difficult than it sounds. […]
PiTiVi, a video editor that has historically been in the “simple home user” category, has gained several features since its early days.
Labeled by some as “unintuitive” and “a usability nightmare,” GNOME Shell used to be crap. Not anymore.
Are you a Windows XP user needing to upgrade your operating system? Do you dislike the idea of Windows 8, or are you hesitant to spend any money? For many people, installing a Linux operating system onto their computer is a sufficient and free way to keep your computer running and still get security updates. […]
YouTube has some of the best gaming content on the Internet. There are plenty of YouTubers that provide content just as good as the big guys, but they’re simply not as well know.
There have traditionally been both good and bad differences between the Windows and Mac versions, so we were wondering if this was still true today.
Microsoft is killing support for Windows XP this April. If you have a computer that runs Windows XP, you should seriously consider upgrading the operating system, or finding new uses for the computer’s hardware.