How to Use Outlook 2013 Client to Remotely Start Applications on Windows


These days most of us own and carry at least one device with an internet connection. And when your device is a smartphone you could almost always connect with your machine at home as well. But there is a chance that the device you are carrying is not smart or compatible enough for you to […]

How To Optimize Your PS3 for The Best Blu-ray Experience

Blu-ray and PS3

Your PS3 is a true multimedia device. It not only plays games and music, but also Blu-ray discs and even 3D content without problems. You know that of course. But do you know that adjusting a few simple settings you can dramatically improve your PS3 Blu-ray playback performance and give you the best Blu-ray experience […]

4 Little Known Advanced Tips for Safari on iOS

Advanced Safari Tips

Despite the abundance of web browsers on the App Store and alternatives like Chrome offering (in my opinion) a better browsing experience, Safari for iOS remains the most widely-used web browser, as well as the default one for all iOS devices. We’ve already shown you a few basic tips to better use Safari on your […]

How to Get Windows 7 Visual Style (Aero, Almost) in Windows 8


One of the most missed features when a user upgrades from Windows 7 to Windows 8 is the Aero effects. Windows Aero which was introduced in Windows Vista and gained popularity in Windows 7 was stripped off in the successive versions. According to Microsoft, one of the main reasons to remove Aero was to extend […]

Update Galaxy Note 10.1 to Official Jelly Bean Update Using Samsung Kies


In November, Samsung launched the Jelly Bean update for Note 10.1 Tablets in Germany and from this year it’s now available for Europe and Indian regions as well. The update is available using both Over The Air (OTA) update from the device itself and via Samsung Kies. Even though OTA is an option, as the […]

How to Easily Backup and Restore Skype Chat History


Skype is widely used for business and personal conversations that include video and instant messaging. Now, let’s say that you had an important call or a conversation which you feel might come in handy later. What would you do? As far as a video call is in question, you need to decide even before you […]

How To Change the Carrier Logo on Your iPhone (No Jailbreak Required)

Change Your Carrier Logo

Have you ever wanted to personalize your iPhone’s software without wanting to jailbreak it? Well, a jailbroken iPhone offers a lot of customization options, but for those who want to keep their phones as they came from the box, here is a nifty trick to change the carrier logo on your iPhone’s status bar. All […]

How To Use the Grid on iPhone (and Rule of Thirds) to Take Great Photos


Photography using the iPhone is like playing a game of chess: Everybody can do it, but only few can really master it. The problem with it is that it is extremely easy to take a very decent photo with your iPhone and settle for it, when in fact you could be taking a great one […]

How to Get Back Windows 7 Task Manager in Windows 8


The Task Manager in Windows 8 got a complete redesign when compared to the Windows 7 one. These changes were huge and included some major improvements in terms of advanced features. You can have a look at complete guide to Windows 8 Task Manager to see what has changed. However, I missed the Windows 7 […]

How to Auto-start Torrents Download Remotely Using Dropbox and BitTorrent


I have a group of friends whose primary aim is to create and share videos on various matters. And since it is a group, there could not be anything better than sharing those huge video files among them privately via torrents. However, there has to be a download time associated with everything and that’s what […]

5 Useful Tips for Saving Space On Your iCloud Backups

Reduce iCloud backup Thumb

There is no doubt that the arrival of iCloud has made life a lot easier for many iPhone, iPad and iPod owners out there, allowing us to have our most important information synced in real-time across all our devices and, most importantly, live completely unplugged from any of our Macs or Windows PCs, not needing […]

How to Install and Use Flash on Android Jelly Bean Devices


A few months back, Adobe stopped the development of Flash for Android devices starting from the Jelly Bean version. According to them, Flash had security issues and made devices more vulnerable to hackers. The Flash has now being replaced by something more stable and is what we all call HTML 5. Many websites have moved […]

How to Disable the Backspace Key Action on Firefox


If you are a Firefox user you must have noticed the browser response to a Backspace stroke on the keyboard. If you have, you would know that the action takes you to the previous page on that tab i.e. the action is equivalent to clicking on the browser back button. Now, the feature can be […]

How to Make the Most of Your iPhone’s Social Integration

Integrations Tips

We’ve already shown you in past articles how well Facebook and Twitter integrate into iOS in its latest version, making their setup extremely easy and then allowing you to post and tweet from just about any screen on your iPhone or other iOS device. Besides the simple setup and posting, there are a few other […]