DEAL NEWS – Plantum uses artificial intelligence to identify and inform you about any plant you see. Right now, it’s on sale at the lowest price you’ll find online – just $14.97 for a lifetime subscription. Many plants look gorgeous and inviting. But don’t let the pretty face fool you. The botanical world is full of […]
NEWS – There’s a reason Microsoft Office has over a billion users around the world. Whether you’re a Mac or Windows user, this set of programs is pretty much the standard suite for productivity, but it’s not always the most affordable option, especially if you’re trying to avoid recurring costs. If you want an alternative
REVIEW – If you’re like me you have a lot of photos. Also if you’re like me you’re not very good at organizing or editing them. Over the past 6 months or so I’ve been gathering all my photos and organizing them in Photos on my Mac. That’s great but our family computer is a
NEWS – Have you ever thought about color coding your Windows folders to make them more identifiable and easier to work with? Folder Marker Free is a free add-on for Windows that you download and install on your computer. Once installed, you can either run the application or simply right-click on a folder and select
NEWS – When I have to repartition or format my storage media, the Windows formatting tool really doesn’t cut it. The MiniTool Partition Wizard Free application was just what I was looking for. I’ve been using it for years and haven’t looked back. It’s a wonderful, really handy, easy-to-use tool that will help you resize,
REVIEW – I hate getting certain new tech – specifically phones and PCs. While I love all the shiny newness, I detest migrating everything from the old to the new. It’s tedious and time-consuming and did I mention that I hate it? What if there was a way to make the process simple and hands-off?
NEWS – Windows PCs and Apple’s mobile devices have not always been very well integrated. Now, Dell’s Mobile Connect app makes it easier than ever to transfer files, view notifications, send texts, and more, all from a compatible Dell PC. Now up to version 3.0, Dell Mobile Connect adds the ability to mirror your iPhone’s
NEWS – I’ve been using Wondershare Filmora video editing software for over 3 years now and find it be an incredibly easy to use application for the types of video editing that I do on a regular basis. When I say that, I mean basic video editing like combining, splitting, and trimming clips as well
SPONSORED – If you make videos for YouTube or another social platform, you know that editing can take a lot of time. You get into video creation because you want to be creative and build a platform, but editing can sometimes seem like more of an obstacle to that goal than a fun part of
REVIEW – Cameras today are amazing. Phone cameras, point-and-shoots, mirrorless, and full-on DSLRs all produce pretty jaw-dropping images, right out of the camera, all on automatic. You can certainly tweak them in-camera by changing ISO, aperture, shutter speed, and white balance, but that definitely requires a deeper knowledge of photography and the specifics of your
REVIEW – Drones. Love them or hate them, they’re everywhere. If you have one, you probably like taking photos, but they don’t always look awesome, since you are at the mercy of Mother Nature and her available lighting at the time of your flight. If you’re gifted at Photoshop, or some other image editing software,
ARTICLE – Although some PC problems require a technician to repair them, there are many issues that you can fix at home all by yourself. Regardless of whether you’re dealing with an older computer or a cutting-edge gaming PC, many solutions to common problems are similar. Consider the following five. 1. Computer Is Slow Is
NEWS – Anyone who has used the latest Adobe Creative Cloud versions of InDesign or Illustrator has probably noticed that font selection is a little unwieldy. I use InDesign every day and whenever I’m looking for a specific sort of typeface to use, like a nice handwritten font, I find myself squinting at the tiny
If you work much with digital photos, sooner or later you’ll probably come across the need to edit a batch of photos, applying some form of edit to all of them. Regardless of whether or not you use something like Photoshop, Lightroom, or another image editor, sometimes the right tool for this job is one
I’m not entirely sure how it happened, but over the years I have become the curator of the family media archive. I routinely receive old movie reels, slide and photos to digitize and archive. Many of these items arrive in somewhat less than pristine shape, and it just doesn’t make sense to store damaged images.