Recent problems with Tab Mix Plus led us to look for a replacement extension to handle our basic tab opening needs. We came across Tabberwocky, a small but powerful alternative and will probably not look back even when TMP sorts out their (our) issue.
If you still like to read content on paper and you tend to print out web pages for future reading, then you will love Clippable. It’s a free Firefox and IE add-on that cleans up a webpage so that when you print it, you only get the content and not the other junk.
BumpTop is an awesome new tool for Macs that completely changes your Mac desktop. They have a free version and a Pro version for $30. It basically adds a 3D experience to your desktop to make your more productive.
Mark Russinovich, a software engineer, Fellow at Microsoft and creator of the Sysinternals Suite that we all admire, blogs only once a month or so but his posts enlighten geeks and noobs alike. His blog should be on your must read list.
If you want a tutorial which covers all there is to know about Action Center, then we’ve found the right one for you. This guide covers everything you need to know: how it works, what kind of notifications you can receive, what to do for each notification message, how to turn on or off notifications, etc.
Want to learn a really easy and fast way to block websites, ads, or content on your own? If you are familiar with the Hosts file Windows, it’s as simple as adding a few entries to the table.
Looking for a super fast and easy way to download YouTube videos? 3outube.com might be your answer. While watching the video, simply replace the “http://www.y” part of the URL with the number “3”. Bam! Download link will appear and you have your video.
Running out of disk space on your computer? But you have a 200GB hard drive, where did all that space go!? Unfortunately, temp files, duplicate files, backups, etc can end up taking a lot of space over time. Read on to learn about analyzing the data on your hard drive to figure out what’s taking up the most space.
Got a new Mac recently? Unfortunately, when you pop in a blank DVD into a Mac, it does not come up with that nice little shortcut menu like in Windows where you can choose to burn a DVD with available programs. The link below walks you through the steps.