Monitor the Bandwidth and Data Usage of your PC

This is more complicated than it seems, too. You can’t just use a single method, as you could have Windows PCs, Macs, Android phones, iPhones and iPads, game consoles, smart TVs, and set-top streamin...

Introducing PC Decrapifier

After you’ve installed security software to protect your PC from invasion, it’s time to clean all the preinstalled junk off your computer. Most boxed PCs come chock-full of bloatware intended to make...

Finally – Internet Explorer is being faded out!

Support for older versions of Internet Explorer ended on January 12th, 2016 Beginning January 12, 2016, only the most current version of Internet Explorer available for a supported operating system w...

Movie Genie, the easiest way to discover new movies

Movie Genie helps you discover new movies to watch. Movie Genie is an app that simply generates a list of good movies to watch based on the preferences that you set. You can specify: * the genre * th...

Get rid of the toolbars

Struggling to get rid of unwanted toolbars? Here’s the solution you’ve been looking for. There are numerous toolbars which is designed to be below the address bar of your browser and give you easier ...

Outlook’s maximum height for images in email

This morning, I stumbled across a strange scenario when preparing a big image-only mailshot for a client. After sending him the proof as normal he instantly replied: “Why is the image clipping in Out...

Zoom issue in Firefox 22 and newer

Firefox now tries to adjust the zoom level according to your Windows settings, as well as better supporting high DPI displays. It’s not going to be to everyone’s liking. I just upgraded t...

Firefox 7 finally clears Acid3 test

Not until version 7 of Firefox did Moxilla pass the ultimate browser test – The Acid3 Test Follow these links to catch up on more news about what’s new.

Chrome OS available NOW!

If you like living your digital life in the browser, then the Chrome OS could be exactly what you’re looking for. It’s fast, geared for an Internet teather yet able to function on its own...