Many a times when you download software you will get it as a ISO or a CD image file formats which are just a image of the actual CD drive. An ISO file needs to be burned on a CD or DVD so that you can use or install the software.
For those who do not have a CD / DVD burner this may cause a lot of problems as those files will be rendered as useless.Read More
Many of you maybe quite aware that Google bundled all the software’s into one suite and offered it as Google Pack. The suite contained both Google Products including Google Desktop, Gtalk, Google Earth, Picasa, Google Screensavers as well other free ware software’s like PDF reader, anti-spyware etc. The Google Pack also came with a Updater [...]Read More
The one change that I liked when I transitioned from Windows 98 to Windows XP was the new look and feel. Windows 98 was amazingly boring in looks and Windows XP just the hip thing that I wanted. A incredible long wait later came Windows Vista which took the oomph factor to a new level [...]Read More
Sharing files with friends and family is not always a enjoyable process. You need to attach the files either into a email or to a web site that has file sharing capabilities and then email the link to your loved ones. Now what if I do not have to upload any files anywhere but still share [...]Read More
If you work with people in multiple destinations outside your own country or live outside your country but want to know the time from your own without doing some major calculations then you know how it is. Well I am in US and my family is India, one of my client is in the UK [...]Read More
I am not a Windows Vista user and definitely would not switch to it in near future unless I buy a new laptop. But few of the new features that Windows Vista has are really good and I would definitely like to have few of these in Windows XP.
I just took some time of my break as I could not resist talking about this nice little software that helps you get another feature from Vista.
Windows Vista has a cool little feature where it displays the navigation as a Breadcrumb just like a website does. Clicking on any link will take you to that folder thus making navigating a better experience.Read More
Backing up data is a very critical part of your day to day computer life. To keep your files secure and safe from data crashes you should regulalry back up your data.
But how long can you sustain buying expensive backup devices and medias to keep your data safe. Backing up data is a costly affair if you have a lot of data to backup.Read More
Time to give another Desktop software the boot. With so many free and easy to use online picture editors avialable it is bye bye photoshop for me.
Though the online picture editors are not yet up to the mark to be used by professional designers, for folks like us who just want to create some snapshots for our blogs, these could prove to be quite useful.
Are you annoyed that Photoshop CS3 is priced at more than 500$ and want to have a simple no frills attached browser based editor with the features of Photoshop than look no further. Fauxto is a photoshop lookalike that allows you to create images using layers, and is the only one that has this feature [...]Read More
xplorerÂ² lite is a very good alternative for your regular Explorer windows and performs better than QTTabBar. It is a lightweight version of xplorerÂ² software which is available for commercial usage. It is free for personal and academic use.Read More
Those of you who have been using Firefox will be pretty well aware of extensions which help us enhance and add different features to the browsers. Well those extensions are well a boon to lot of us and there are so many lists of top extensions for Firefox. If you would like to read [...]Read More
Backups today have almost become a daily routine for most of the computer user's. There are various ways in which people back up their files including storing them on a CD / DVD, emailing files to themselves, storing them online etc. Here is a list of Backup sites that gives you aleast 1 GB of [...]Read More
First of all I am not a Real Media Player fan. They have too many ads and I am not too happy with their player too. Being a regular windows media player user from the time I have been using computers, I have also expermineted with various other media players but have stuck with Windows [...]Read More
I am a regular user of Putty a linux simulator for windows which allows you to use the funcionality of linux boxes within windows. Something putty lacks though is a bridge between the windows and linux boxes. To overcome this I have been using Cygwin which brings in a linux OS like functionality within my [...]Read More
I am pretty fussy about backing my data, after i suffered one of my worst hard drive crashes few months ago. Backup to me is not synonymous to working, as each day i make changes to files, create new software's and lots of other things which I would hate to lose again. I have used [...]Read More