Control your Android phone or tablet using the mouse and keyboard on your computer. Whether you want to respond to texts using your computer's keyboard or use your tablet as a second screen for research, this setup feels like magic when it's working. Even better: you can copy text on one device and paste it…
Microsoft has slowly but surely pushed the command line aside in the Windows interface. This is not without reason, as it's an antiquated and mostly unnecessary tool from an era of text-based input that has long passed. But there still are some commands that remain useful, and Windows 8 even added new features. Here are the commands every…
If you've ever poked around your WiFi router's settings, you've probably seen the word Channel. Most routers have their channel set to Auto, but I'm sure that a most of us have wondered whether some of the channels are faster than others. Well, I'm happy to report that some channels are indeed much faster -- but that doesn't mean you should go ahead and change them. Read on to find out more about 802.11 channels, interference, and the massive difference between 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi.
It's never too late to learn Linux. Sure, it's been around for over twenty years, but the good news is that Linux has yet to hit its peak. Every year, the number of users continues to grow and there's no sign that it's going to stop any time soon.
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Windows XP may be gone, but all is not lost. Windows 7 may replace it as the legacy Windows OS of choice, especially considering the little-known features hidden away in Windows 7 that may make you realize just how much you love the OS. Hidden features you say? Absolutely. They include keyboard shortcuts, secret tricks and…
The real reason the Google home page is so bare is that way back when it was just starting out in a Silicon Valley garage, no one working there really knew how to program a web page to make it look pretty.
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For those of you who have moved to Ubuntu Linux and are looking for some fancy cool audio application to edit your music, then this is your lucky day. You get to choose from some of the finest and free audio applications for Linux.
There’s a good chance you already use the VLC media player. But VLC isn’t just a media player — it’s a complete Swiss Army Knife for digital videos and music, filled with useful and fun features you haven’t found yet.
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