Category Archives: Software

Port Your Network Settings Easily With Net Profiles

If you use your laptop in multiple places you may know how hard it is to keep changing network settings over and over again. For example you may use the laptop at your home, office or even at your local start bucks coffee shop. Every time you go to a new place there is a new network configuration you have to setup.

This gets quite tedious over time and specifically when you have to setup a manual IP (Internet Protocol) address to access the Internet connection. I definitely have had a lot of problems earlier when I was in India as neither my office nor my home connection used DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) which automatically assigns dynamic IP address to your PC.

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Synchronize Local Documents With Google Docs Using DocSyncer

Google Docs is one of the most popular services used to edit Word and Excel documents online. You can easily download all the documents from Google Docs to your local machine and vice versa.

The process of uploading and downloading the documents can get tedious at times and a automatic synchronizer should definitely be helpful. DocSyncer is a useful utility which will allow you to synchronize your local documents with Google Docs.

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Edit and add custom locations in the Open/Save Dialog

Ever wondered whether you could add your favourite folders to the Open/Save Dialog in Windows? There’s a way to do that. Here’s a little tool that can help you add custom locations to the open/save dialog in Windows.

Places Bar Editor is a tweaking tool that does the job for you. It can help you add your favourite, custom locations to the Windows Open/Save dialog.

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Tools to check memory usage

Applications these days eat up large resources and memory. Checking memory usage is important and is only good for your computer. I’m presenting you with details on four nifty tools that just serve the purpose of checking memory usage in Windows:

SysTrayMeter – Download

Requiring no installation, this little tool sits in the system tray and continuously checks and displays memory usage and CPU usage neatly. Memory usage is better conveyed with colour codes.

MemInfoDownload

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