Here are a couple of useful websites and resources that may help you on your 3DS hacking quest.
What is the Homebrew Launcher? Homebrew is a popular term used for “homemade” applications that are created and executed on a closed video game console by developers and consumers. The Homebrew Launcher for 3DS is an application that manages the homebrew applications and keeps the apps organized in a central place.
Graze is a monthly subscription box that focuses on healthy and nutritious snacks. Each snack has a benefit for you, whether it be essential vitamins and minerals or a source of protein. The guys at Graze gave me the opportunity to review this box!
Have an old computer or netbook just laying around? Why not refresh it? If you’ve ever wanted to try Linux now is your chance! There are many different advantages to installing Linux on an old computer. Many distributions of Linux are generally lightweight operating system that are free and open source.
I had the opportunity to review the Japan Funbox, a japanese snack box that is delivered to your house monthly. I love subscription boxes because they are something to look forward to every month and if you forget, it is a pleasant surprise in your mailbox. I also personally love
On some Chromebooks, you can now download Android apps from the Chrome Web Store and the Google Play Store. Yes, that’s right, the same apps that run on phones and tablets can now run on Chromebooks without compromising their speed, simplicity or security.
Putting your Chromebook into “Developer Mode” will allow you to have full root access, including the ability to modify your Chromebook’s system files. This is often used to install a Linux system alongside Chrome OS like Crouton. Enable developer mode has other uses, too.
Switching channels is a way to get the latest features before they roll out to everyone. Keep in mind that choosing to enable experimental features may result in crashes and bugs.