LATEST WINDOWS ARTICLES

Should You Use the Balanced, Power Saver, or High Performance Power Plan on Windows?

Windows sets all PCs to a “Balanced” power plan by default. But there are also “Power saver” and “High performance” plans. Your PC manufacturer...

Why Does Windows Still Use Shortcut Files Instead of Symbolic Links?

Since Windows has continued to evolve and add more functionality over time, you may find yourself curious as to why it continues to use...

How to Stream Games With NVIDIA GameStream to Any Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone

NVIDIA’s GameStream technology lets you stream games from a GeForce-powered Windows PC to another device. It only officially supports NVIDIA’s own Android-based SHIELD devices, but with a third-party...

Why You Shouldn’t Buy Rise of the Tomb Raider (and Other PC Games) from...

Microsoft is competing with Steam. For $60, you can get Rise of the Tomb Raider from either the Windows Store or Steam. But the Windows...

LATEST APPLE ARTICLES

Google 'Monotune' is goddamn good metaphor marketing

Great advertising strikes a chord, in this instance quite literally, with consumers. The best compares the primary product to another, effectively evoking emotional connection....

Apple dicks about with its site code to avoid a kerning cock up

As pointed out on Twitter, and reported by TechCrunch, Apple made a little tweak to its website’s CSS code to prevent people misreading the...

Why Apple is right to reject the order to unlock a killer's phone

Apple has been ordered by the US courts to help the FBI gain access to data on an iPhone belonging to San Bernardino gunman...

Apple, bring on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro!

Not too long ago, we were talking about tablets as PC replacements. Consumers were buying them in droves, losing interest in desktops and laptops....

LATEST LINUX ARTICLES

How to Mount and Use an exFAT Drive on Linux

The exFAT file system is ideal for flash drives and SD cards. It’s like FAT32, but without the 4 GB file size limit. You...

How to Get the Latest NVIDIA, AMD, or Intel Graphics Drivers on Ubuntu

More games support Linux than ever, thanks to Steam for Linux. But, like on Windows, many of these games require the latest graphics drivers...

How to Add Your Music Library to Steam and Use the Steam Music Player

Steam’s Music Player allows you to add a MP3 file stored on your computer to a local music library and play it back —...

How to Get a Chrome OS-like Operating System on Any PC

Want to turn any old computer into a Chromebook? Google doesn’t provide official builds of Chrome OS for any old computer, but there are...

LATEST SEO ARTICLES

Why accessibility is key for search and visibility

If you’re involved with SEO, you’ve no doubt thought about all sorts of ways and means to boost your site in the search rankings. But...

What is HTTP/2 and why should we care?

The web is about to get faster, with the introduction of the latest version of the HTTP protocol: HTTP/2. It’s been 17 years since the last update...

Say goodbye to Google: 14 alternative search engines

Well it’s been a big week for search, I think we can all agree. If you’re a regular Google user (65% of you globally)...

Six ways to improve your micro-targeted long-tail keyword strategy

Using micro-focused keyword strategies can be a simple, impactful approach to improving your SEO results. When analyzing websites that are already successful from an SEO perspective,...

POPULAR ARTICLES

Display available memory on Linux / Ubuntu

Run this command from a terminal window. This works on debian, ubuntu, and redhat. I’m sure it works on others but those are the...

E-commerce Holiday SEO Keyword Optimization: 6 Keys to Success

For many retailers and brands, success pivots on holiday sales. A single day during November and December might bring in double or even triple...

iPhone 6 launch day: Tim Cook greets fans in Palo Alto

Tim Cook knows he’s got a hit on his hands with the iPhone 6 and he’s taken some time out of his day to...

Become a Vi Master by Learning These 30+ Key Bindings

Vi is a powerful text editor included on most Linux systems. Many people swear by vi and find it faster than any other editor...

Big Site, Big Search at SES Chicago

I sat in on a unique session today at SES Chicago called “Big Site, Big Search,” which explored the role and shape of Search...