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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.
Media streaming devices are simply awesome. Those little boxes that connect to your TV can add a wealth of entertainment options to your living room. But which device is best for you?
Move over Evernote — here’s how you can use Google Drive to keep and grow your ideas. With the Google tools at your fingertips, put them all to good use for nurturing your ideas.
A reset to factory conditions is the quickest and easiest way to return to normal. Not only does it get your computer clean, it will also run at optimal performance.
Are you going to program the next big thing? Do you already have a little code to get started, but need a lot more help from others? Do you like getting the benefits of the open source community as well as giving back to it? Then you need to start your own open source project, […]
While you’re not forced to become familiar with them, there are a handful of useful utilities included with Mac OS X.
If you’ve just picked up a Mac Mini, here are some tips on what to upgrade and how to do it.