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Google recently decided to disable the installation of Chrome extensions from third-party websites, but some users still want to install these extensions. Here’s how to do it.
The humble television is the latest in a long line of devices to receive “smart” enhancements that make it operate like a stripped-down computer rather than a simple display device. Features like a web browser and social network support can add convenience, but they also introduce potential security flaws. Here are three ways a hacker […]
If you could only choose one browser, which one would it be? Which is best: Firefox, Chrome or Opera? We’ll show you.
Instagram makes your photos shine applying standardized filters. Now you can do the same on the desktop, using these tools.
But how do you choose the right laptop, and what can you expect from its performance?
Have you been saving your MakeUseOf Rewards points? If so, get ready to spend them, because July is going to be a great month for the program. Here’s a preview of what’s around the corner. Wait, What’s Rewards? Are you new to the site, or simply haven’t heard of Rewards before? If so, here’s the […]
In rare instances the proper OS X kill processes go wrong, greatly increasing shutdown times. Here are a few potential fixes.
Google Calendar is arguably the easiest, most intuitive and most versatile way to organize your day. The only problem users commonly encounter is syncing it with their devices.
Share your files directly from where you use and store them – your computer. Desktop apps offer advanced sharing features and can be used to keep files backed up in the Cloud.
Users of Windows XP (and, to a lesser extent, Windows Vista and 7) have an unhappy upgrade path ahead of them. Maybe it’s time to ditch Windows entirely and pick up a MacBook Air instead.
Google is a technology giant that provides a huge variety of services, many of which are free. Gmail, Google Drive and Google Hangouts can be used without paying a dime. Instead, pay by providing information about yourself, which Google can use for advertising. Though it started in search, the lion’s share of the company’s profits […]
Your smartphone is a computer in your pocket, and it often contains just as much private data. All of your emails, location history, web history and app usage are likely accessible through the device on your pocket. This makes it well worth protecting, but the threats you should worry about extend beyond. Viruses Exist Since […]
RAM, the final frontier. You always seem to run out of it. We’ll show you how you can free up internal memory and extend your RAM, both virtually and physically.
Mac OS X has a number of accessibility features built-in which can accommodate the needs of most users. Here’s what they are, and what they do.
A game controller isn’t a terrible remote, but it’s not a great one, either. A tablet or, in some cases, a smartphone provides a better way to access console features.