Mihir Patkar is a freelance writer on technology and life hacks, who firmly believes chocolate is the answer to any question. You can usually find him saying other such silly things on Twitter.
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Mihir's Latest Posts
In the Chrome vs. Firefox war, I’m siding with the Google users. But I don’t want to. Chrome is my browser of choice because it has features that I can’t live without.
Linux has an intimidating image, making it seem like it would be difficult to start using it. But the switch from Windows and Mac is actually pretty easy, if you can ease yourself into it.
Imgur is one of the best ways to share an image. The site has grown up from a simple image-sharing service to a community-oriented image destination with robust features. Meet Imgur 2.0.
Use your MacBook or Apple keyboard to type on your iPhone or iPad, without wrestling with the touchscreen.
Popular “If This Then That” service IFTTT has launched three new apps that are sure to make your life a bit easier. Learn everything you need to know about them!
Malware developers are trying to exploit shortcomings and bugs in Windows 10 by tricking you into “activating” the evaluation copy of the next version of Windows by downloading harmful files on your system. Don’t!
You’ve probably seen people on social media sharing inspirational quotes or great one-liners on a beautiful background. Want to create your own? Meet Pablo.
If you share a Twitter account with others, perhaps managing a brand or just running a cool creative handle, then Tweetdeck just got a whole lot better. Say hello to the new Tweetdeck Teams.
There are plenty of tricks to deal with email overload, but there’s one right under your nose that you might not be using: good old Gmail labels.
Ad-blocking seems like a natural option for any consumer because of a simple reason: it’s an easy way to get rid of an annoyance.
Mobile gaming has a problem. You download a game, you start playing, but you hit a paywall. These games don’t have that problem at all.
Dropbox, one of the best cloud storage providers, requires a local client installed on your computer to be truly useful. However, if you use Google Chrome, you might not need that any more.
Once your WiFi is set up, you feel no reason to remember the password. Until you need to connect another device. What’s the password again? Fortunately, it’s easy to find out!
Cloud storage is getting cheaper by the day, but nothing beats downright free. Some of the top services have come up with a few schemes that will raise your online gigabytes without spending a dime.
As always, the spotlight is on what developers did with the open-source browser’s flexibility. The list of Firefox add-ons just got bigger and better over the past year.