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(…)
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(…)
Here is how you can enable AHCI in Windows 8 After Installation without reinstalling Windows or losing your data.
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(…)
While Apple’s latest desktop OS, Lion, is full of goodies that are best accessed with a Magic Trackpad or a Magic Mouse, there are ways to make them accessible through other means as well. Let’s face it – not everyone of us Lion users have a touch input device or even prefer using one ((…)
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(…)
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.