As we’ve seen previously (The more screens, the better — Our guide to multiple monitors ), having more screens to distribute your desktop across can be a huge benefit to your computing experience. And as you’ll have noticed in the title, if you’ve got a tablet, you can even bring it into the mix, as long […]
NASA’s Image of the Day Gallery provided this cool infographic showing Alan Shepard’s brief flight into space — America’s first. It appeared magically on my desktop courtesy of John’s Background Switcher — a cool windows desktop wallpaper application that manages and displays many image sources.
In the course of my day, I use two or three main desktop and laptop computers in two or three different parts of the city. And yet, working on different devices, I still have access to a core set of tools and utilities that I find essential to my daily work. Here’s how I do […]
Dropbox really is an amazing computing and file sharing application. I was initially introduced to it when I needed to easily share files with various computers across the internet — and email was not an option. Recently my wife asked me for another solution to viewing PDF files on her iPod Touch. She’d been using […]
I like Windows 7. But there’s one thing that I noticed missing right off the top, a network activity monitor in the Taskbar. Sure, you could ad a gadget/widget thingie to the desktop, but when you’re working on something, odds are you’re at full-screen resoulution and the monitor is behind whatever y ou’re working on. […]
It doesn’t matter if you’ve upgraded from Vista or XP, or if you’ve bought a new Windows 7 based computer, you’re going to need to install some basic and essential applications on your new baby. And this awesome website makes it so, SO easy. 4 easy steps: Visit the site Select which applications you want […]