Have you ever been browsing a webpage that used a font that you wanted to use for yourself? Is digging through CSS or using the browser’s developer tools too complicated for you because, as the name implies, they’re for developers? If so, then here’s a way to easily find out the name of the font being used on a webpage in a second without having to know any code.
Are you interested in buying a Chrome Notebook? It’s been officially announced under the name, Google Chromebook, on Wednesday at Google I/O 2011.
Google has added product pages about the Chromebook, including a preview and full specs of the upcoming models from Samsung and Acer.
Are you tired of having empty folders scattered throughout your hard drive? While these folders don’t do much harm as they don’t take up much space at all, they can become very annoying as they clutter up the parent directory and make it harder to find other files and folders.
However, finding them on your hard drive and then manually deleting them can be pretty difficult and time consuming. A free utility, RED, can help.
Do you find yourself on the computer all night trying to do work, but even when the sun is out, your work is still not done? Perhaps you are getting too distracted, but how can you figure out which programs are wasting the most of your time? A free little utility called Personal Activity Monitor […]
Have you visited the Google.com homepage using Internet Explorer recently? I just did so earlier today and noticed something different. In addition to the corner ad for Google Chrome, there was also a large blue bar at the top telling me to set Google.com as my homepage, similar to a recent attempt by Facebook.