Posts by Rob Rogers
    Posted September 26, 2011 by

    Spotify: Prevent Facebook Posts About Songs You Listen To

    All of the changes that are going on with Facebook have some people concerned about what is getting posted to their wall. Spotify’s integration with Facebook will allow it to post all songs you listen to your wall so your friends can check out your music choices. If you don’t want people to know what […]

    Category Internet, Music

    Posted September 21, 2011 by

    Chrome OS: Enable Tap-to-Click on Touchpad

    If you are wanting to use the touchpad instead or carrying around a mouse, you will need to enable tap-to-click for the touchpad emulate mouse clicks.

    Category Google, Linux

    Posted September 20, 2011 by

    Google Chrome: The Quick and Easy Way to Create Web Apps

    If the version of Google Chrome you are using has the latest New Tab page, then you can quickly and easily create web apps of any of the sites listed on the Most Visited tab. This is a great way of making sure that your favorite sites are a click away.

    Category Browsers, Google

    Posted September 20, 2011 by

    Chrome OS: Require Password When Waking from Sleep Mode

    If you typically just close the lid on your laptop when you are done and allow it to go into Sleep mode, you leave your system vulnerable to others. By default, Chrome OS does not require a password when it wakes from Sleep mode which means that anyone can easily access your information. Here’s how […]

    Category Google, Linux

    Posted September 19, 2011 by

    Chrome OS: How to Disable Guest Browsing

    Chrome OS allows others to use your device to browse the internet without keeping their browsing history. If you have children, this may be a concern for you. Here’s how to disable guest browsing.

    Category Google, Linux

    Posted September 18, 2011 by

    Chrome OS: How to Access the Command Line

    Since Chrome OS is a Linux based system, being able to access the command line is a must for advanced users. While it isn’t a straight forward method, getting to the command line is simple to do.

    Category Google, Linux

    Posted September 15, 2011 by

    Windows 8 (Developer Preview): Using Shortcut Keys to Navigate the New Start Screen

    Windows 8 has deviated from the Start Menu that the Windows operating system used for many years. Now it uses a Start screen that utilizes live tiles for accessing your favorite apps and files. You can easily search for other apps files, and settings as well. There are new shortcut keys that make this even […]

    Category Windows

    Posted September 8, 2011 by

    Facebook: How to Enable Profile Review and Tag Review

    Facebook now gives you the ability to review tags that friends add to your content before they appear on Facebook and also review posts that you are tagged in before they appear on your profile.

    Category Internet

    Posted September 4, 2011 by

    OS X Lion: Change Finder’s New Window Default Directory

    By default, OS X Lion has all new Finder windows open to All My Files. If you don’t utilize this as much as you do other directories such as Documents, your Home directory or a custom folder, you can change the default and make Finder’s new window be more useful to your needs.

    Category Apple Mac

    Posted September 1, 2011 by

    Use Wolfram Alpha to Generate Your QR Codes and Barcodes

    Wolfram Alpha is an answer engine that is great for accessing all kinds of information including statistics and data analysis, socioeconomic data, mathematics, science, etc. Did you know that you can also use Wolfram Alpha to generate QR Codes and Bar Codes for your own personal use?

    Category Internet

    Posted August 31, 2011 by

    OS X: How to Uninstall the Adobe Flash Player

    The Adobe Flash Player is a source of issues and problems such as slowing down performance and sucking the juice out of your battery. If you’ve installed the Adobe Flash Player on your Mac and are now having second thoughts about it, you can uninstall it. It is doubtful you’ll even miss it since your […]

    Category Apple Mac

    Posted August 27, 2011 by

    Google: How to Find User Manuals and Operating Instructions for Your Devices

    Google can be a great resource for finding a PDF copy of the user’s manual, user’s guide, or operating instructions when you’ve lost or misplaced the original. Instead of stressing where you put the instructions for your device, simply fire up your web browser and get a new copy. This can also be useful if […]

    Category Google