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Converting your media files is definitely not easy, and the tons and tons of softwares out there to convert a particular format to another format make it more harder, if you have to figure out which one to use. In this post we will try to make your decision a bit easier by introducing you […]

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How To Mount Folders as Virtual Drives? [Virtual Subst]

Browsing folders in Windows have never been fun, and in the past we have shown you a quick way to get to folders in the open save dialog using Directfolder and also talked about a way to get your favorite folders into the places bar. We have also in the past shown you how to […]

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Jing a popular screencasting software from TechSmith turned one today, and to celebrate the occasion, the Jing team has decided to increase the storage space to 2GB and also double the monthly bandwidth to 2GB. We have used Jing to create screencasts earlier, and we must say that the software in itself is quite impressive. […]

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There may be many times when you may want to leave your laptop on, but the default settings in Windows may take up to 20 minutes for the LCD screen to turn itself off, of course the time may vary depending on your settings. I have faced a problem with the laptop light being on […]

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Kyle Judkins is a 24 year old marketer and part-time tech blogger.  He is the author of LostInTechnology where he talks about some basic technology tips and tricks that everyone can use. In this post Kyle recommends a software for managing software uninstalling in a better way. You can subscribe to his RSS feeds to […]

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Many good softwares are either too costly or simply unaffordable, but that does not mean every good software out there requires you to shell out absurd amounts of money. There are 100s and 1000s of softwares that are completely free and perform as good as if not better than their paid counterparts. This is the […]

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Windows command prompt provides users with several commands to copy, move and delete files and the commands are quite faster than the regular GUI. Well that said deleting files from the command prompt can be quite dangerous since it skips the recycle bin altogether and works like the Shift + Delete option while using the […]

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Tiny USB Office is definitely one application everyone who owns a flash drive should have. The utility packs quite a punch with the number of utilities they pack in a meager 2.5 megabytes. With Tiny USB Office you can create PDF files, spreadsheets, flowcharts, word files and even transfer files using FTP. If you decide […]

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Forums like blogs, play a very important part while dispersing information and providing solutions for different problems. Unlike blogs, forums are much more harder to follow unless you visit the site again and again to check for replies and solutions. Many of you may have memberships with various forums to which you may contribute and […]

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How many times have you tried to clean your keyboard while the PC is on? Well isn’t it quite funny to see the mess that is created when you do that. Keyboard Locker is quite a handy utility for busy professionals like us who think that cleaning the keyboard when the PC is off is […]

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Applications by default do not run with any parameters, the shortcuts for applications usually point to the main application executable. There are times though when you may want to run the application by passing some arguments, for example if you want to invoke Firefox Profile Manager you will have to specify the argument profilemanager. So […]

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Every day you may add numerous USB devices to your computer, those USB devices may include your printer, scanner, mouse, flash drives and more. USBDeview allows you to easily see which USB devices have been attached to your PC along with keeping a history of all the devices that have been attached in the past. […]

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Another one of our favorite tools has bitten the dust. Docsyncer for which we had done a detailed review quite some time back are finally shutting shop and entering the deadpool. Docsyncer was a desktop synchronizing utility that synchronized your local documents with your Google Docs account. It has been quite a handy utility as […]

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Macrium Reflect is an award winning disk imaging and file backup solution for Windows XP, Vista and Server 2003. Macrium Reflect allows you to create images of your hard disk drives and partitions which you can restore at a later date if anything goes wrong with your PC.

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Evernote has released another update with quite a few exciting enhancements. We had covered their last update which had also included several features such as faster search, multi-select checkbox, iPhone support and more. The new features in this update are quite good too and include PDF support Encryption on Mac and Windows Drag-n-drop in Evernote […]

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