Hide your messy desktop with one click Video
Find yourself switching between "show hidden files" and hiding them? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you Toggle Hidden Files Gadget, which makes it as simple as a single click.
Do you have a messy desktop in XP or Vista? This simple tool helps you clean up icons on your desktop quickly and easily. It's our secret way to getting a more organized desktop.
Want to maximize your windows without hiding your other apps? With WinMaximumize, your windows will take as much space as they can, in one click, and you don't even have to worry about preset sizes or areas.
Get your geek on with this little-known tip to launch applications without a single click.
Fences eliminates desktop clutter with adjustable fenced areas that organizes desktop objects into logical groups for quick access. Over 5 million users around the world rely on Fences every day to keep their PC desktops organized for quick and easy access to their programs and files they use most. The new Fences 2.0 features will now keep frequently used folders visible and organized on the desktop by creating a fence from any folder. Customization options direct Fences to automatically place new icons in designated fenced areas. Additionally, simple double click can hide or unhide all fence groups revealing an unobstructed view of the desktop.
Screenleap is a Web site that makes it dead simple to share your screen. Click a single button and then send out the link to your viewers. In addition to this simple service, there's also a Chrome extension that lets you automatically generate the link and send it to Gmail contacts. Check it out!
Looking for an even faster way to copy and paste text across your computer? With AutoClipX, it's as simple as clicking the mouse. Veronica has more on today's Tekzilla Daily.
If you're a power user, you probably have desktop filled with dozens of shortcuts to apps, documents, or files. Wouldn't it be cool if you could just assign them a keyboard shortcut and skip the constant double clicking?
The Rosewill RK-9000 has a simple-yet-durable design making it an excellent, affordable product to start your click-clack keyboard addiction.
Wish there were an easier way to put your computer to sleep immediately? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica uses Sleeper to make it a single-click affair.