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Don’t you sometimes feel the need to change how your Windows looks like? I’m not just talking about the colors and the wallpaper, I’m talking about the way it feels; the way it captures your attention at a deeper level. For a long time, I’ve used the classic theme that [...]Read More »
Watch online videos in cinema style with Turn Off the Lights [Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari]
It’s not everyday you find a browser extension available for all the major browsers so this must be a special day. Turn Off the Lights is available for Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari and it will improve your online video watching experience. However, if you are still afraid [...]Read More »
Create mobile (iOS/Android), flash, and HTML5 games with or without code knowledge using StencylWorks
Some posts ago we brought to your knowledge Unity, a heavyweight video game development tool. Now we present you a simpler tool, one that creates 2D games, StencylWorks.
HOW DOES STENCYL… WORKS?
Not sure to be honest. Here at dotTech, as you probably already know, we are not game [...]Read More »
How many programs do you have installed on your PC? Do your have every single serial key for each of your software stored in a safe place? Would you like to group them (the serial keys) in one single document? Consider it done with Abelssoft’s MyKeyFinder.[...]
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Wanna capture your browser screen and do cool red rectangles with pointing arrows and text annotations just like Ashraf does? If your answer is yes, then check out Awesome Screenshot.
ABOUT AWESOME SCREENSHOT
By now, you already know that Awesome Screenshot (AS) let’s you take snapshots of your browser [...]Read More »
…And now, for something completely different than where I have ventured before, I present you FotoSketcher.
WHAT IS FOTOSKETCHER AND WHAT DOES IT DO
FotoSketcher (FS) is an extremely fun and simple yet powerful digital image manipulation software that, thanks to its more than 20 built in effects, can [...]Read More »
A few posts ago, Ashraf thoroughly covered a couple of heavy duty serious encryptors called AxCrypt and TrueCrypt. If you’re looking for a way to hide your files/folders in a more simple, lightweight and less FBI/CIA style, then WindMend Folder Hidden might be just what you need.[...]
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Tip: Launch programs with hotkeys using native Windows functionality — no third party software required
The other day, here on dotTech, we covered a program launcher called Jumplist Launcher; and there are what it seems to be dozens of other launchers — one for every personal taste, I guess. There are even program that give you the possibility to launch programs with keyboard hotkeys. However, [...]Read More »
Have you ever felt the need to open the web page you’re looking at in other browsers, for whatever imaginable reason, while using Firefox? If you’re nodding your head up and down at the screen, I’ve got good news for you in the shape of a Firefox add-on called Open [...]Read More »
Opera’s most recent stable version is the 11.61 and the next one will be version 12.00 (a.k.a. Opera Next). For those who can’t wait (or don’t want to wait) for the public release of Opera 12, Opera has has resealed an alpha preview that can be installed side by [...]Read More »
My last article, here on dotTech, was about a game development software, that provides the tools to create amazing new games, called Unity. But what about old school board games like Chess (more like ancient school, I know); where does it stand in this modern world of today? The good [...]Read More »
UNITY IN A NUTSHELL
From Unity’s website we learn Unity is…
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Unity 3 is a game development tool that has been designed to let you focus on creating amazing games.
Simple & Powerful
- With Unity 3, we’ve put tremendous effort on world building tools – so you can assemble and
Not so long ago, I found myself on a restless search for the best program launcher ever know, so far, by mankind. I’m glad to announce that I’m taking a break from my endeavor now that I’ve found Hedgehog’s Jumplist Launcher.
I’M SORRY, HEDGE WHO?
Hedgehog. Not sure if [...]Read More »
Minimize, maximize, and close. These are the three buttons we see in most all windows in Windows. Ever wish you had more buttons up there? Maybe a button to minimize window to system tray or to make a window always stay on top? Or how about move window to another [...]Read More »