Many times you may have colleagues or visitors come by your workstation, in such cases you may not want them to see what’s running on your PC. The most common way of hiding windows is using the shortcut key Windows + D to display the desktop, but that action may not be quick enough or [...]

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The Windows Clipboard Manager is not really the thing you could rely on, since it only holds one entry in the memory, the clipboard erases the previous entries every time you copy something, this could be quite annoying as there is no real way to get back the older entry you had copied. We have [...]

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Licensing keys are most likely to be forgotten or lost once you have installed a software, the reason could vary with users losing their original CD cases, installing OEM softwares or for that matter deleting the license key email altogether. We have written about ways in which you can view and retrieve product / licensing [...]

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Many XP users may be familiar with the Virtual Desktop Manager XP Powertoy which allowed you to create up-to 4 virtual desktops, unfortunately it was not the best of softwares and did not work with Windows Vista. Microsoft released a free alternative for managing virtual desktop’s called SysInternals (a company they acquired) Desktops. Desktops is [...]

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Quite some time back we had shown you how to access FTP servers as a local drive in Windows, but we came across a much more advanced software called Sticky Folder which allows you to mount HTTP, FTP and Usenet news servers as a local drive in Window. Sticky Folder will allow you to mount [...]

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In the past we have introduced you to FreeCalc a free alternative for Windows Calculator which had some nice features built in, but we were completely bowled over when we came across SpeedCrunch a light weight, fast and high precision calculator for Windows, Linux and Max OS X. SpeedCrunch is quite unlike a regular calculator, [...]

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We have been using Launchy as a application launcher for quite some time, and even though there have been several alternatives we have talked about in the past, Executor is definitely a app we would rate higher than Launchy. The major difference between Launchy and Executor is the the emphasis on user defined keywords, which allow [...]

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In the past we have covered how you can delay sending a email from Outlook, but that would only come in handy when you have your PC turned on at the time you want to send the emails. With several services popping up everyday, there are several ways in which you can send emails to [...]

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Mac users may be well versed with the Dock that allows users to launch applications easily, though Windows does not have a Dock as a built-in feature, you can definitely use several applications to do that, using tools such as RocketDock which we had mentioned earlier in our productivity tools and ObjectDock. CircleDock is another [...]

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Do you often worry about your privacy? Do you often clear your recent files list and Internet History? If you are doing these things quite often, it is time for you to do a break and let a nifty little software take over from you. CleanAfterMe is a real handy utility which will allow you [...]

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Digsby, one of our favorite multi-protocol IM clients has also been the biggest memory hogger for us, though they had announced back in July that they were working on a much better version which would use much lesser memory, the wait seemed so long. We were very surprised and relieved to hear that they have [...]

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A average computer user has at least 25 different applications installed on their PC, on the other hand power users may have more than 100 applications installed on their PC. Though downloading and installing softwares can be quite easy, keeping them updated is definitely a hassle, what with many software publishers releasing regular updates to [...]

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Fonts are something that help you decorate text in the way you want it to, almost every application you use has a option to choose and change the way text is displayed, by using different fonts. But how many fonts are installed on your system? How does each font display text? If you are asking [...]

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Search The Web From Within Outlook, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and More With Kallout

How many times have you been through situations where you are writing a important essay / document and want to quickly include a reference link for your research, or, you just received a meeting request from a client and want to quickly check the location of the meeting using a map? These are some of [...]

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There may be several times when you may have downloaded, or received images through a email, now we can’t blame people for having preferences for using different formats for the images, but what if you want to convert them into your favorite format? What if you want to print a image without opening it? Not [...]

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