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Ready to ditch the stock Amazon carousel launcher? There are plenty of alternatives in the Play market and this guide will show you how to use them with a Fire HD.
A common tasks on a dual-monitor setup is moving windows from one screen to the other. This quick Windows keyboard shortcut makes it easy.
Tabs are the greatest thing to come to web browser since the invention of add-ons. However, that doesn’t mean that everyone uses them. Sometimes it works better to open a new window, or sometimes it is easier to focus if you only have 1 tab open at a time. No matter the case, with this […]
Firefox 4 has definitely got both Chrome and Internet Explorer 9 beat in one thing, and that is customizability. When I first downloaded Firefox 4, I wasn’t sure I liked the new interface. But after some tweaking, it might be enough to make Firefox my new default browser. Customizing the Firefox interface is easy, and […]
Yesterday Google updated the way their navigation bar works across some of their services. They’ve streamlined the link tabs on the left side of the bar, and on the right-side there is a new gear button that provides a new drop-menu feature. Have you seen it yet? The old Gmail and Google navigation […]
Way back when Microsoft released Windows Vista, a new feature of the OS was implemented, called the Games Explorer. You may be familiar with Vista Game Explorer Editor, but sadly enough it doesn’t work so well in Windows 7 and may even break your Windows install. To help get you started on some Friday Fun […]
Android interfaces come in many different shapes and colors depending which manufacturer designed the phone. If you want to remove the custom manufacturer interface such as HTC Sense, Samsung TouchWiz, etc… This groovy guide will show you what to do. This guide won’t cover the complete uninstallation/deletion of custom user interfaces, and some of the […]