Fed up with how slow Adobe Reader is? Appalled at how expensive Adobe Acrobat is? Then try one of those free tools for creating and viewing PDFs.
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Shopping online instead of at brick & mortar stores can easily save you a ton of money, but this browser plugin can save you even more with three popular online stores.
What if you could completely take over your desktop? Draw where you want, type where you want, control all of your zoom levels, and even manage time.
If you’re looking for a free email hosting service for your custom domain, Google is still out of the picture. But, Microsoft and Zoho are still in the game.
Have you ever wanted to take a PDF document and turn it into a slideshow? Neevia’s free online converter is perfect for such a job.
The Sidebar in Windows 7 and Vista can be very handy if you have the right Gadgets installed. Here’s my top five gadgets I think everyone should install.
With it’s stock features, Photoshop might seem pretty bare. Eye Candy 7 is a plugin from Alien Skin that adds over 30 new filters to Photoshop, but it isn’t free.
Even if you’re not old enough to remember pumping tons of quarters into Pac-Man at the arcade, you definitely know of the legendary game. Play it on Android and relive the 80′s.
A.L.A.R.M. could be the most basic anti-theft method you could ever use on your laptop or ultrabook, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be effective. Here’s how it works.
Backing up your data to the cloud via an automated set it and forget it service is crucial to an overall data backup strategy. Backblaze is one of these services which is affordable and easy to use.
Pocket (Formerly Read It Later) is a great way to organize web content in a central account. While it works on multiple platforms, Windows RT isn’t one of them. Latermark is a great alternative.
Want to save your hearing and stop annoyingly loud commercials on Hulu Plus an more? SoundLock is a free Windows utility that lets you set a maximum volume cap.
The Google Nexus 7 has a groovy built-in image editor with image filters found in other third-party tools. Today I was playing around with it and took a few screenshots for all you groovyReaders. Enjoy!
Save some paper and switch to Google Magazines. Huh? Never heard of it? Neither had I. Let’s take a deep dive and see what Google’s built for tablet users.