Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted the low-down on encryption, Chrome’s RAM usage, Star Trek’s data usage and the best clients for Bittorrent. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


The Simplest Way To Designate A Home For Items That Are Easy To Lose

Small items like keys, tools, credit cards and remotes have a tendency to vanish, so it’s important to designate a home for them. If you don’t know where would be best, it might help to imagine them being lost already.


Calendly Schedules Meetings With Others Based On Your Availability

Finding a time that’s good for everyone to hop on a call or participate in a meeting often turns into a bad game of email tag. Calendly makes scheduling super simple, by coordinating your availability with others’.


Google Is Now Searching Twitter, So You Have Nowhere To Hide

Google’s ambitions to make everything searchable as soon as it happens just stepped up a notch. It is now going to show relevant tweets direct from Twitter when you search.


Notification Count Adds Number Badges To Android Notifications

Android (rooted with Xposed): Some Android apps, like Gmail, show that you have multiple unread notifications — but they won’t tell you how many. Notification Count is an Xposed module for rooted phones that adds a number badge to all your notifications.


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted budget facts, Netflix sped up and every version of Windows 10. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


Don't Just Say No To Others, Say No To Yourself

Making the most of your time is great — we’re obviously fans of it. But sometimes, the better you get at optimising your time, the more work you take on. This can be frustrating, making you feel no more efficient or less stressed than you did before. Instead of trying to manage your time, learn to say no to yourself.


Video Briefly: Legends Of Tomorrow Trailer, Leafblower Mayhem, Posture Science

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: New DC comics superhero TV show, Mad Max factoids, why sitting down is bad for you.


Briefly: Mad Max Fury Road Review, 37 Free Android Apps

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Mad Max: Fury Road Australian review, 37 free Android apps, YouTube’s ten most popular video games of all time.


Briefly: Game Of Thrones Misadventures, Crazy Cannes Outfits, Cheap Pizza

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: The Game Of Thrones bus tour from hell, the most memorable outfits from the Cannes Film Festival, .