Windows and macOS dominate the desktop environment, and both offer Integrated Development Environments for software development. This article compares them from the perspective of a long-term Windows user creating a Mac application.
Thinking of leaving Facebook? Here's a guide to what to do before closing your account
Do you need to make digital copies of multiple paper prints? A lot of software can make this process much easier. Read on to find out which application suits you best.
Having trouble finding books, CDs or DVDs at home? Your phone camera and Windows computer can help you to locate things more easily.
Making slideshows from a collection of photos and videos? There's lots of software for this. Read on to find out which to use.
You've got a great piece of software that many people in the world would like to use, and you'd like to market it digitally in order to earn enough to cover costs. It's harder than you might imagine to do this—get some hints from this article.
Photos of staff or volunteers in your organization are often displayed on noticeboards, intranets or sometimes websites. Find out how to easily keep them up to date and use them to best effect.
Have you tried to merge photos from a digital camera and a phone? Or even from two brands of phone? Chances are that the results weren’t in the order you wanted. If you want to fix this problem, and a few others, you’ll have to get to grips with image metadata.
If you’re doing eDiscovery or trying to improve your website rank, then you may already be using near-duplicate detection. If you're not, near-duplication may still be important and this article explains why and points you to some tools.
What is the first thing you should do if you spill something on your laptop? Whether it's wine or water, find out exactly how do deal with a spill to prevent further damage.
There’s plenty of free backup software available, but this solution is even better because you’ve already got it as part of the Windows operating system! All you need is to do is to write a few lines of commands to create a Windows batch file. You can even make it run on a schedule.
Zombie application software may cause you big problems. This article tells you how to avoid installing it, how to detect it if and what to do about it if it's already there.
File tagging can help you find electronic documents by browsing their tags and by letting them be in more than one place a time. There’s a lot of software to help you add tags to electronic documents and then retrieve them by tag. But they aren’t all equal.
In the pre-digital era, keeping any artifacts that you might want to share with your grandchildren was a matter of putting them in a box. For digital photos, videos and documents it's a lot more complicated. This article helps you decide how to do it.
Finding similar but not identical photos can help you pick the best of a group of the same scene. For text documents, you can find the latest version, the original Word document from which you obtained a PDF or all the slight variants of an email that you sent. There's a lot of software to help.
Marie Kondo can deal with your physical stuff but what about your computer? What's taking up all the space? Find out how to clean up storage on domestic computers and in the workplace.
Bereavement is bad enough: you can avoid some of the computer problems that may follow using these tips.
If it's not in the image, then people won't see it in the modern electronic environment. Whether you want to make a meme, annotate family photos, or add names to group photos using a mobile phone, desktop or tablet, this review guides you through the software maze.