Malicious File Downloads a thing of the Past with Chrome’s Latest Update

by Apr 11, 2011

Malicious files have been around for years and there’s really no stopping them. You have spam, adware, malware, popups, and many others that could easily take over your computer, requiring you to spend time and money fixing it up. These malicious files are now going to be brought to justice in the Google Chrome browser…Continue Reading

Use aTube Catcher to Download Your Favorite YouTube Videos

Feb 14, 2011 1 Comment

If you are a YouTube fan, and downloading videos, converting video files, downloading mP3 music files etc is your favorite past time, then the aTube Catcher really deserves to be on your list of must-have applications. I came across this software a few years back, while frantically searching for a good application or website that…Continue Reading

How to Run Angry Birds on Your Windows PC

Feb 08, 2011 4 Comments

Jealous of Mac users who got Angry Birds on the Mac App Store before you did on Windows? Get even with a download of Angry Birds for Windows. Through Intel’s App Up website, an app store for Windows netbooks, Windows users can download and install Agry Birds on their Windows machines. The download is currently…Continue Reading

Rearrange Your Furniture with Floorplan

Feb 07, 2011 1 Comment

Are you looking for a quick an easy way to rearrange your home without moving a single piece of furniture? If so, you may want to check out Floorplan, a free Adobe Air application that allows you to draw out your floor plan and arrange furniture with a click of a button. If you find…Continue Reading

Quickly Resize Icons with Resicon

Feb 01, 2011 1 Comment

Have you ever wanted to quickly resize an image or icon to a predefined size without having to open Photoshop? If so you may want to check out this multi-platform Adobe Air App that makes resizing icons a cinch. Resicon supports the following dimensions: 16X16, 32X32, 36X36, 48X48, 72X72 and 128X128. If these sizes don’t fit…Continue Reading

How to Draw a Sphere in SketchUp

Jan 18, 2011 No Comments

Although SketchUp cames with several built-in spheres in the progam’s 3D warehouse, there may be times when you want to create your own spheres from scratch. If this is the case you may want to check out the guide below so that you can learn how to build your own sphere and get started with…Continue Reading

Use CoRD to Remotely Access Windows PC’s from Your Mac

Dec 09, 2010 No Comments

If you’re a Mac user with a couple of Windows machines at home or the office you can use Office 2011’s Remote Desktop application, however you will soon find that it has a few limitations related to number of options and number of simultaneous connections you can have. If Remote Desktop isn’t cutting it for…Continue Reading

Make Google Voice Calls from Your Desktop with GVNotifier

Nov 19, 2010 3 Comments

What started as a notifications app for Google Voice has evolved into a full fledge Skype-like experience for Google Voice. GVNotifier is essentially a Google Voice desktop app that allows users to access almost all of Google Voice’s functionality without having to open a browser window. The latest version of GVNotifier allows for voicemail playback,…Continue Reading

Forget the Hassle, Download YouTube Videos the Easy Way

Nov 16, 2010 1 Comment

Are you looking for a method to download YouTube videos without the hassle of installing applications or giving away your email address? You’ve come to the right place. In this guide I will show you how to use YouTubeFisher to download any video or audio file from YouTube. YouTubeFisher is easy to use, all you…Continue Reading

How to Resize Photos in Windows 7 with a Click of a Button

Nov 01, 2010 1 Comment

Are you looking for a way to quickly resize an image or group of images without having to open a photo editing application? How about being able to resize an image by right-clicking any image and selecting the desired size? With Image Resizer for Windows you can. We’ve covered the image resizer app before, but…Continue Reading

Keep Your Mac Updated with AppFresh

Oct 29, 2010 No Comments

Why bother using Apple’s upcoming App Store for the Mac to keep your applications updated when you can use AppFresh to keep all of your Mac’s applications updated (including Apple’s) right now. AppFresh integrates with Apple’s Update engine so you only have to run one update service on your Mac, like it’s Apple counterpart AppFresh…Continue Reading

Looking for Last-Minute Halloween Costumes and Ideas? Download this Free eBook

Oct 29, 2010 No Comments

With Halloween around the corner you are probably still trying to figure out what costume to wear or what spooky-themed snacks to prepare for guests to your Halloween Bash this weekend. In either case a new and free eBook from the folks at Instructables should be able to help you with your wardrobe, culinary, and…Continue Reading

11 Websites to Download and Listen to Free Music Legally

Oct 29, 2010 1 Comment

If you’re still paying for music or you are skeptical about downloading music files from LimeWire and other peer-2-peer networks you have come to the right place. In this article I will list about 11 legitimate websites and resources that will enable you to download and listen to music your favorite tunes so that you…Continue Reading