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Apple Watch Tips And Tricks That You Might Not Know

Apple Watch Tips And Tricks That You Might Not Know

Apple has created a completely new user interface for Apple Watch which revolves around watch faces, glances, complications and apps. This can be a lot to handle for some people, therefore, Apple has provided comprehensive video guided tours to train users on how to get started with the basic functions of the Watch. However, as(…)

Make YouTube Videos Play in 1080p By Default In Every Desktop Browser

Make YouTube Videos Play in 1080p By Default In Every Desktop Browser

YouTube has support for almost all types of popular video formats now: HD, 4K, 3D and 360. However, YouTube does not allow you to set a default setting to play videos in either format. For people with fast Internet connections, this is a let down as more often than not, they have to manually update(…)

Make Safari for Mac Work Like Google Chrome With These Extensions and Tips

Make Safari for Mac Work Like Google Chrome With These Extensions and Tips

Safari on Mac is a speedy and efficient browser but it lacks some very useful features that Google Chrome users love. Simple features such as automatic translation, quick tab restore, website favicons and much more are simply not available as part of Safari but thanks to extensions, the experience can be enhanced, while keeping the(…)

Useful Keyboard Shortcuts and Extensions for Google Chrome

Chances are that you already use Google Chrome as your primary browser due to its snappiness and speed. Over time you probably became aware of the plethora of the neat usability features that Chrome comes with, such as the ability to add extensions, tricks with the omnibar and the infamous incognito mode. However, not all(…)

Windows 8 Start Menu Alternatives Roundup

If you have used the early preview builds of Windows 8 or perhaps the RTM build and aren’t happy with the new start screen then you would probably be missing the old start menu which Microsoft replaced with a flashy and colorful new Modern UI start screen. Getting used to the new start screen needs(…)

How To Jailbreak iOS 5 b5 with sn0wbreeze 2.8 b5 on Windows [Guide]

As is the case with every new iOS 5 beta release so far, jailbreak tools such as redsn0w and sn0wbreeze are updated to support it. Keeping in line with this, sn0wbreeze 2.8 b5, the popular custom firmware tool for Windows, has been released which jailbreaks iOS 5 b5 on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. We’ve(…)

How to access download and recovery mode in Samsung Vibrant

A lot of users are having trouble accessing the download and recovery modes in Samsung Vibrant since the hardware access seems to have been disabled in the newer phones. The guys over at XDA are working on a fix for this, but for the meanwhile, here are some methods that you can try to get(…)

How to change the Windows 7 Logon UI button set

Rafael Rivera, the man behind numerous hidden tweaks and discoveries in Windows 7 has posted another one on how to change the button set in the Logon Screen in Windows 7. Why would you want to change the Logon Screen button? You can already change your logon background in Windows 7, but some wallpapers make(…)

4 simple design tips for your website by Google

  Found these really interesting but useful design tips to pay attention to for website owners at the Official Google Blog: Tip #1: Pass the 8 second test. At first glance, a visitor should understand the purpose of your website within a few seconds. People are busy and have limited attention spans — you want(…)

Use OS X like stack in Windows 7!

Don’t you just love the stacks feature in Apple’s OS X Dock? It would have been great if Microsoft could implement such a feature in the awesome new Windows 7 superbar, but sadly, that’s something we can only dream of, since it’ll be called a rip off. But if you really really want a stack in your superbar like the one in the image below, read on.