Category: Tips & Tricks

Fix your Windows Shortcuts with Broken Shortcut Fixer.

Broken Shortcut Fixer is freeware that scans all shortcuts, repairs automatically and resolves any broken links. Some viruses after cleaning from the PC leave all the drives with shortcuts, then Broken Shortcut Fixer comes handy in deleting all the shortcuts in a blink. Broken Shortcut Fixer will automatically repair any shortcuts that it can find […]

Best 3 Free Photoshop Like Sites.

Activities that we do online are increasing day by day and image editing is not an exception for that. When you need to edit images for sharing or for uploading to your social network sometimes tweaking your photos need to be done. Photoshop comes first in the row when you think of editing a photo […]

3 Best Benchmarking Softwares for Windows

Are you sure that your computer is running at its top speed? With benchmarking you can test your PC´s performance, find out its real speed. Technically “a PC’s performance is determined by the interactions between different hardware components, the operating system and the type and amount of software running”. A benchmark provides a set of […]

Hide your friends in your Google+ Profile.

Google+, a service from the search giant Google has become the fresh and new emerging as social network. Already users started spending ‘circling’ most of their time on Google+ relative to the other social networks. The user interface and the missing elements in other social networking sites made users no to jump away from Google+. […]

3 Smart Phone Infographics You Must Watch

Smartphones being the best device for connectivity and entertainment, they are the most discussed device on the earth. Today I present three Infographics which visualize how smart phones changing the media and the world. How are Mobile Phones Changing Social Media [by Flowtown] To enlarge click here   Source   Is Your Phone Being Wiretapped […]

The Story of Sony PSN Hack [INFOGRAPHIC]

  The recent attack on Sony Play Station Network has compromised personal details of a million users.”Sony stored over 1,000,000 passwords of its customers in plaintext, which means it’s just a matter of taking it,” according LulzSec, the hackers team which breached Sony. Here is an infographic by Veracode Application Security visualizing the attack on […]