Time to say Goodbye to the shortest month of the year, and welcome the return of Spring. As usual we brought you the monthly Smashing Magazine powered theme for both Windows 7 and Windows 8. Hope you will enjoy. With
Chrome is great. It automatically updates itself without us knowing it. For most of people, it shouldn’t be an issue when it comes to loading your personal settings to Chrome. But if you like to play around different release channels,
If you ever worked with Linux or Unix from a shell, chances are you might encounter some useful command line tools that are not existing in Windows. For example, tail or less are two of the popular Linux/Unix commands that
So far the only way to launch a Windows 8 Store App (metro, full screen apps) is by going to the new Start Menu. For most user, this is the only reason why they need to go back to the
Google’s ChromeBook isn’t new, it has been around for a few years already, starting with the introduction of its Chrome OS. But in this week’s announcement, Google’s unveiling of a new high-end premium ChroomBook Pixel is very new and exciting.
One of the things I need to do recently is to create a new PowerPoint presentation slideshow that will automatically show a list of messages indefinitely. You will likely see those introduction slideshows or videos when you are in an
If you are the type person needs to give presentations often and you have a Windows Phone, then you can literally transform your phone into a remote control. A remote that controls when you want to advance to the next