Hands-on Review of New Flipboard for Desktop There’s just something about a big screen. I’m not talking about the 60-inch kind that fanatic Super Bowl party hosts go out and buy. I’m talking about your computer, the screen you sit in front of for eight or nine hours every day, replying to emails, browsing the Web, editing videos or writing code. Once we get to work, our playful smartphone apps get left behind, trapped on smaller screens as we turn to the more serious keyboard, mouse and full-sized Web browser. For the past month, I’ve been road-testing a desktop version of an app that was born and raised on tablets and smartphones: Flipboard.
100 Ways to Discover and Enjoy Music UPDATE 12/10/13: We’ve released a follow-up to this post with 100 More Ways to Discover and Enjoy Music. Prepare yourself for another dose of Monday roundup madness! It’s time for another crazily comprehensive, yet carefully curated, look at an entire industry–the music industry to be specific. This if the first in a two-part series on the music industry which will conclude next week. This week’s focus is on the consumer side of music. Below you’ll find the best resources for music fans including ways to discover new tunes, the best tools and services for creating a perfect music listening experience, tons of concert and live show resources, many ways to enhance Spotify, social tools for getting down with your friends, iPhone and Android music apps, music locker (cloud) services and finally some miscellaneous resources that you’re bound to love.
How to View Hardware Information and Usage in Windows 10 There are many desktop gadgets for Windows available on the Internet. Gadgets specifically for CPU usage, RAM info, and Graphics memory information. We had earlier shared on how to get these desktop gadgets on Windows 10. But not many options are available with hardware related gadgets. Also, there are separate gadgets for each hardware related information. Now, what if you get one simple application that sticks on the screen and shows you ALL hardware information, usage, and statistics? Stop Being a Sheep: How to Stay Anonymous Online Online anonymity is very important. It provides you with privacy and security for your online sessions and activities. It eliminates the unauthorized use of your personal information and details for illegal, inappropriate, or similar purposes.
How 30 Days Without Social Media Changed My Life Haha, no kidding. The only way most of us can get away with "waking up when our bodies tell us" is if we start going to bed as soon as we get home from work. I know that getting plenty of sleep and waking up naturally is better, but it's not realistic most of the time. I guess I need to quit my job and write a book about something. Imagine what would happen if you had enough work flexibility to ignore normal work routine and enough money and job security to blow off anything that might require a normal work schedule. 25 Beautifully Illustrated Thought-Provoking Questions A question that makes you think is worth asking… At the cusp of a new day, week, month, or year, most of us take a little time to reflect on our lives by looking back over the past and ahead into the future. We ponder the successes, failures and standout events that are slowly scripting our life’s story. This process of self reflection helps us maintain a conscious awareness of where we’ve been and where we intend to go. It is pertinent to the organization and preservation of our dreams, goals and desires.
Does activation remain valid in case of revert to Win7? Originally Posted by BlacksmithIf I revert to the previous Win version before the 30 day trial period of Win 10 is over: Will I be able to install Win10 any time after 29 of July 2016?Yes. Originally Posted by BlacksmithI upgrade all PC now and immediately revert to Win7.Windows built-in reversion has proven to not be all that reliable. The Gambas Project: It's Like Visual Basic On Linux Gambas is an open-source development environment based on a Basic interpreter and with support for object extensions. It's been compared to Visual Basic, but Gambas supports Linux and is GPLv2 software. A developer behind Gambas is a Phoronix fan and recently pointed out his project that goes by the tag line "Gambas Almost Means BASIC!" The premise behind the project is to have a graphical development environment based on BASIC that's almost as eays to use as Microsoft's Visual Basic.
Buying Happiness Inversely, I'd be LESS happy if I had a maid. Cleaning is so cathartic to me. I trade off between video games, cleaning, and meditation to manage stress. How To Remotely Access and Control a PC Using Google Chrome Remotely accessing a PC can be tricky. Especially if you are trying to help a less than tech savvy person. Luckily Google has come up with a way to help with only an extension for Google Chrome. Being that most people are familiar with and trust the web browser they are using, walking them through adding an extension to an application they already use daily is easier than teaching them to use a whole new application.
How to install Windows 10 from USB: Screenshot Tutorial In this post we will see how to clean install Windows 10 using a USB flash drive, on a separate partition. This process can even be used if you want to dual-boot it with another operating system. For this, you will have to first create bootable USB media from ISO for Windows 10. You will also have to create a separate partition, with at least 16 GB space, using the built-in Disk Management tool, if you plan to dual-boot it. This is one of its system requirement. NOTE: Read this post Install Windows 10 after upgrading first.
clumsy, an utility for simulating broken network for Windows Vista / Windows 7 and above Releases Notice: clumsy only support Windows Vista, Windows 7 and above. 64bit Windows users are strongly recommanded to download the 64bit build. 32bit: clumsy-0.1-win32.zip (MD5:b8eb28c399f15f02112f5461f6465153) 64bit: clumsy-0.1-win64.zip (MD5:e75419e28321cdc2cb4ca6f9e4044fd0) Install Extract downloaded zip file to arbitrary directory and execute clumsy.exe. clumsy is alpha quality software and does have some gotchas. Be sure to read the manual page before using it. Put Together a Home Networking Emergency Kit for When Your Router Kicks the Bucket Related security tip: if your router is failing but not completely dead yet make sure that you don't forget to wipe your old router before you toss it in the bin. This is obviously needed if you, for the sake of convenience, commit the "sin" of re-using your old router's SSID & wifi password... ;) See, if you haven't password protected the admin interface of your old router (way too many users don't bother changing the default admin login) it would be a trivial matter for your average nefarious dumpster diving neighbor to grab the failing router, log in using default admin credentials and retrieve the stored wifi password.