Windows PCs run a whole lot of code in the background, much of which slows you down and provides little or no benefit. Here's how to stop them.
Want to use encryption tools, but you find most too hard to use? Check out these Chrome-based tools aiming to take the difficulty out of protecting your data online.
Ubuntu's networking should work out of the box with NetworkManager, but sometimes things go wrong. Here's how to get back online.
How fast are your flash drives and external hard drives? Here's how to find out.
The latest Office for iPad update gives you PDF export—but only as an email attachment. Get around this frustrating limitation by using IFTTT to store those PDFs to the cloud with just a few taps.
Google isn't just a search engine it's also an answer machine. Here are five key queries you may find helpful on a day-to-day basis.
You keep one PC at home, and travel with a smaller, lighter one. Here's how to keep files synced and backed up between the two.
Get a taste of automated app installation with this sweet command-line tool.
If you've had friends proofread a paper or resume then you know how confusing their changes can get. Using some very easy functions in Microsoft Word and Google Docs I'll show you how to clear up any confusion.
The ISS is one of the easiest objects to spot in the sky, but you have to know when and where to look.
Bringing your documents and spreadsheets to a new PC is easy. But if you use Outlook, moving your email, contacts, and appointments may be a bit tricky.
You're more than a text summary. Then why don't you have examples of your work on your profile? Here's a tip on transforming your LinkedIn profile from a simple electronic resume into a professional online portfolio.
Wanna get away ...from your email? Outlook 2013's Automatic Replies feature lets you reply to and sort messages while you're out of the office. Here's how you can use it to relax on your next vacation and come back to a nice, tidy inbox.
Whether it’s in your hand or lost far away, wiping the data off of your Android phone or tablet only takes a few taps.
Pushbullet is great for quick and dirty file swapping between your Windows PC and Android, even if it doesn't give you full access to the file system like AirDroid does. You can even get notifications from your Android device in Windows, too.