2010 was a huge year at Lifehacker, and we spent the month looking back at the biggest and best posts of the year. Here's one last look back at the best of 2010 in case you missed anything along the way.
We cover a lot ground every day on Lifehacker, but our greatest pleasure comes from putting together in-depth, step-by-step guides, making complicated tasks easy to do yourself.
Each weekend, we pore through our favourite tips and tricks to find 10 great hacks surrounding any subject, from food and thumb drives to browsers and Wi-Fi.
Whether it's before, during, or after you shoot, we've posted some awesome photography tips, tricks and hacks this year.
Whether it's to save money or just because you love that do-it-yourself feeling of accomplishment, we all love to make stuff.
We've featured quite a few Windows downloads throughout 2010. Here's a look back at the most popular free applications to help you tweak, customise, and enhance your Windows experience.
Unless you built yourself a Hackintosh, Macs can be get pretty expensive. Fortunately, some of the best Mac software costs you absolutely nothing.
It may not be the most popular operating system around, but we still love Linux around these parts (and we know you do too).
Every week we put out a Hive Five Call for Contenders and ask you a simple question: Which is best? From DVD rippers to web hosts and everything in between, here's a look back.
We love it when people bring out their inner MacGyvers and share with us all how to make one thing into a very useful, or just entirely cool, other thing.
Throughout the year you've submitted your beautifully organised desktops and we've featured the ones that stand out.
We move fast at Lifehacker, but sometimes we like to take the time to answer a question, explain something in the news, or get just plain geeky on a topic.
We've worked hard this year to bring you lots of great original video content, covering a range of subjects from building a Hackintosh to slowing down Justin Bieber.
It's been a rough year for the iPhone, what with the iPhone 4's antenna issues and iPhone 3G's iOS4 performance problems. Nonetheless, we've seen some great apps and put together awesome posts for the iPhone in 2010.
More apps, more users, and more upgrades for all kinds of phones—2010 was a good year for Android. We gave Google's smartphone operating system some in-depth, how-to attention this past year, too.
Firefox isn't the only browser for power users anymore, but that didn't stop it from having a great year of updates, extensions and tweaks in 2010.
Google's browser is a little over two years old, but it's making major waves on the web. This year, Chrome added extensions, a webapp "Store," stable Mac and Linux releases, and more.
All of us at team Lifehacker wish you and yours a safe, happy and productive New Year!