Justin Pot is a technology journalist based in Boulder, Colorado. He loves technology, people and nature and tries to enjoy all three whenever possible. Check out chat with Justin on Twitter.
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Customize Safari. From adding favicons to your tabs to changing how Reader Mode looks, Apple’s web browser is way more flexible than you think.
Keeping your computer clean isn’t just smart: it’s your civic duty. A malware-ridden computer doesn’t just slow you down, it infects your friends’ and family’s computers, putting them at risk.
Is your Mac taking forever to boot? Here’s how to speed it up.
Feeling overwhelmed by all the windows you need open for various tasks or jobs? If this windows clutter causes you stress, virtual desktops are for you.
Stop Flash and other plugins from automatically loading in Safari. ClickToPlugin doesn’t just block Flash: it also lets you play videos without it, or even play them using AirPlay.
Cursive writing is an anachronism. Spending any classroom time on it is a waste because as a day-to-day skill, it is not at all practical in the modern, connected world.
Looking to get a particular program off your computer? Whether it’s a desktop or a modern app, here’s how to do that on Windows 8.
Look busy at work without actually doing anything. Here are some sites that let you browse Reddit, play 2048 or even go for a walk without your boss thinking you’re a slacker.
Updates can be infuriating. They’re also necessary – and putting them off can put you and your personal information at risk. Yes, it’s annoying when Windows or OS X insists on updating – especially when you were starting to get some work done. But these and other updates don’t exist just to bug you: they […]
Cross platform file sharing sounds complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Here’s how to get a PC and and a Mac to share files with each other.
If you’ve installed OS X Yosemite, you might be enjoying all the new features. Then again, you might not be.
For every cord cutter. Watch classic TV shows – like The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Twilight Zone – or beloved cult classics – like The Weird Al Show and Mystery Science Theatre 3000 – free of charge.
Thinking about using Safari on your Mac, but worried you might lose features and bookmarks? Here’s a quick guide to comfortably moving to Apple’s web browser, without missing out.
Want Windows 8 running on your Mac, but don’t know where to start? Let us show you how.
They break your focus, get in the way and sometimes baffle you. Why won’t these pop ups go away?