If you have limited Unix / Linux experience, here are some handy command line tricks that will help you do things a lot faster. Also, these Linux commands arenâ€™t specific to any shell so you may use them in any Linux environment.
This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily.
Dropbox is a free service for online backup and file synchronization. This article explains how you can automatically back up your files and folders online with Dropbox.
This video tutorial describes how you can block all adult websites on your computer (or home network) without any special software.
Learn how to sign and fax PDF or Word documents without using ink. Electronic signature have a legal status equivalent to a written signature on paper but they are fast and free as well.
This article describes how you can free up space in your Gmail mailbox by removing bulky email messages and detaching large file attachments from your inbox
You can use the browser search bar of Chrome, Firefox and IE to do more interesting things like fixing grammatical errors, storing long strings of text or even for removing formatting from clipboard content.
This guide describes how you can install apps to your iPhone, iPad or iPad Touch even if the app is not available for download in the iTunes store of your country.
This guide describes how you can extract image frame or picture thumbnails from any video including DVD movies, YouTube video and so on.
This step-by-step tutorial explains how you can easily rip and upload DVD videos to online sites like YouTube, Facebook, etc.
You cannot restrict kids from using your iPhone or iPad but you can easily prevent them from purchasing apps from the iTunes App store.
Binder Clips are pretty cheap and they can instantly reduce cable mess on your computer desk.
In a serious security breach, Dropbox accounts were open for all as anyone could log in to other accounts without requiring a passwords. This is time to do a quick security audit of your Dropbox account.
This guide describes how you can move a blog from WordPress.com to your own web domain using self-hosted WordPress.org blogging software.
Computer cables can be confusing so here's a visual guide that will help you identify cables, connectors and converters that came with your computers and other electronic gadgets.
A collection of Amazon S3 hosting tips and tricks. You'll learn how to manage Amazon S3 account more efficiently plus ways to reduce your monthly bandwidth requirements.
Learn how you can remotely monitor your desktop screen from any other computer or mobile phone using Dropbox for free.
Learn how to block those annoying Facebook apps from your profile and wall forever.
This guide describes how you can directly connect two computers for sharing files, photos, music and even your Internet connection. This method uses an inexpensive Ethernet crossover cable and doesn't require a router.