Wednesday, May 29, 2013

How to organize your desktop and hide icons easily

Use Fences to tidy up your desktop by placing icons into moveable groups called "fences".

Features :
  • Create "fences" on your desktop to organize icons
  • Hide and show your desktop icons with a click
  • Mirror your folders' contents on the desktop
  • Have new desktop icons automatically sorted into an appropriate "fence"
System Requirements : Windows 8/7/Vista/XP (XP 32-bit only)

Sunday, May 26, 2013

How to preview BlackBerry 10 on your smartphone

You can now catch a glimpse of BlackBerry 10 by heading to on iPhone or Android browser.

Friday, May 24, 2013

How to search for any phone number worldwide for free

By using Truecaller you can know the person behind the number. You can either search from their website or download their app which is available on iPhone, Android, Windows phone, Symbian, Blackberry or Nokia S40.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

How to reduce computer screen brightness to beyond the lowest settings

This small portable software could be very useful especially when working during night time. No need to install, just download and run the program. Change brightness level from the icon in the system tray. Works with Windows XP and 7 too.

Monday, May 20, 2013

6 Ways To Watch YouTube Without Going To YouTube

Do you sometimes get tired of YouTube? No, I don’t mean of YouTube’s content – it’s so diverse you can always find something new and exciting to watch – I’m talking about YouTube’s interface, with its suggestions, comments, and clutter. For me, YouTube’s interface is sometimes a reason all by itself to not watch videos at all – it’s just too messy. Check out this list of alternative interfaces and ways to watch YouTube.

Source : MakeUseOf

Saturday, May 18, 2013

How to merge pdf documents

You can now merge pdf documents free and easily up to 30MB size. No installation required, just go to this link here and start merging now!

Thursday, May 16, 2013

How To Pimp Your GPS With Free Sat Nav Voices

I’m sure many of you have a Sat Nav (Satellite Navigation) tool, such as a TomTom or Garmin device. You probably realise that you can change the voices, but maybe you haven’t been bothered to do so yet because you thought it would be too much effort.

Go to here to read the rest.

Source : MakeUseOf

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

How to use viber on PC or Mac

  1. Make sure you've already installed viber on your smartphone and also make sure it is running fine.
  2. Go to Viber webpage here and download the desktop version (PC or Mac).
  3. Run the installer and after finishing, enter your phone number to get the activation code from your smartphone.
  4. After entering the activation code, viber will sync all your contacts on your smartphone to your PC or Mac.
  5. That's it! You can now use viber on your PC or Mac just like you do on your smartphone.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

How To Copy Crap-Free URLs From Google’s Search Results

Stop getting a garbled mess every time you try to copy a link from Google search results. Install one simple plugin or userscript and solve this problem entirely. Google uses these far longer than necessary URLs to help track who is clicking which searches, which in turn helps make search results better.

Source : MakeUseOf

Friday, May 10, 2013

How to check your website / blog loading time speed

Go to pingdom tools site, enter your website / blog address and press ENTER !

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

2 Ways To Test If Your PC Can Run That Game

For the everyday, off-and-on PC gamer, knowing how to match your specifications to those that are recommended for playing certain games isn't always the easiest task. How should you know if your GTX 550 is above or below a Radeon HD 6950? Problems like this, coupled with laziness, have probably cost some of us some cash that we wish we had back while we're running a game at 10 FPS.

Source : MakeUseOf

Monday, May 6, 2013

Search Or Browse One Million Public Domain Legal Torrents In The Internet Archive

Browse and download over one million public domain movies, audiobooks and live concerts using BitTorrent. It's all thanks to The Internet Archive, who you might know as the organization behind the Wayback Machine. They've started adding torrent files to their massive archive of public domain files, all of which are hosted by two different Archive servers alongside the usual seeders and peers.

Source : MakeUseOf

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