Nvidia's power-saving Optimus technology is available on Linux, but the experience is far from smooth out of the box. Here's how to fix it.
Are you over-using a few words in everything you write? Here are two tools to help check yourself.
Securely store your passwords with Google and forget about the need to pay for a password manager.
Using an SSD and a hard drive together offers both speed and storage space. But most laptops won't let you install two drives.
Don't want to bother with Apple Music or iTunes, but curious about Beats 1 streaming radio? Turn to Spotify and Twitter for a sampling.
You can't write that report with a dead keyboard. A few tests can tell you how to bring it back to life.
PPAs are a great way for Linux users to install software that's unavailable in central repositories, but carry some risks you need to be aware of.
Go directly into specific tasks like setting a reminder, texting a family member, or identifying the name of a song.
Autopagerize helps you get through multiple web pages by automatically loading them for you. No mouse required.
Spam is going out in your name to everyone you know. A few precautions can keep this from happening again.
Panic Button hides all those tabs you shouldn't have open and makes it look like you're doing what you should be.
More than a billion phones will be equipped with near-field communications technology in 2015, potentially opening up new vectors for attack.
Duplicate Cleaner and Free Duplicate Photo Finder can both sift through your digital images for identical or similar ones, but there are limitations to the free versions.