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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 »
Scared of losing your device, either to theft or personal negligence? While there is no way to ensure 100% chance of recovery of your lost Android device, there are apps out there that will help you in either getting your device back or, if you can’t get it back, protecting [...]Read More »
The following is a description of Focus Photoeditor, as per the developer:
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Focus Photoeditor is comparable to software used by the world’s most successful professional photographers, but even without any prior experience using photo editing software, even if you’re a complete novice, you can use the powerful photo
The following is a description of myVault, as per the developer:
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Got sensitive documents or images that need protecting? Do you also need to make sure that the aforementioned documents and images stay organized to your specific needs?
myVault does exactly that! In a nutshell, it’s the digital
Regardless of what browser you use, you want to know that any site on which you enter personal information is secure. You can spend time looking for the famous lock or to see if it says “https” instead of the usual “http.” Or, instead of spending time [...]Read More »
Before I ever publish an article on dotTech, I spend significant time researching the topic which I will post about, finding alternatives, and discovering every kook and niche of it. Being human – yes I am human – by the time I get to the end of my evaluation, I [...]Read More »
With all of the hype I have heard lately about FastStone Capture, I thought it would be a good idea to talk about another great program from FastStone – FastStone Image Viewer.
What is it and what does it do
FastStone Image Viewer is a freeware program from FastStone that [...]Read More »
The following is a description of Computing Harmony: How To Seamlessly Blend Windows and OS X, as per the authors:
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PCs and Macs living together more than ever.
The Mac vs. PC debate, which has gone on for decades now, is a false dichotomy. There’s long been
The following is a description of Using iOS: Your Guide to the Latest and Greatest Mobile Operating System, as per the authors:
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Learn all about iOS 5, the latest operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
If you’ve upgraded but aren’t sure what’s new, or
You are working very hard on something really important (e.g. watching… Hulu) and all of a sudden you need to do a task that requires you to access your desktop. Or, maybe you aren’t working very hard on anything important (e.g. trolling dotTech) and you decide to do that one [...]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 »
Google is in the process of rolling out the new Play Store app to Android devices. After you get the Play Store update, the first time you run the app you will be prompted to accept Google’s Terms of Services. If you hit Decline you won’t be able to [...]Read More »
Mozilla is chugging away at them Firefox updates, officially releasing Firefox 11 today. Most of the changes, once again, deal with back-end and developer issues rather than end-user facing features. The most significant change for the end-user is the ability to sync add-ons across multiple computers for anyone that uses [...]Read More »
Firefox comes with a built-in session manager. This session manager remembers the tabs and windows you you had opened the last time you were using Firefox, which can then be restored manually or automatically in the event of a crash. The issue with Firefox’s session manager is a) it only [...]Read More »
Depending on your age, you may have been in diapers when Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 1, Wild Metal, and Grand Theft Auto 2 came out. Or maybe you of age back then which means a) You are old and b) You have already played these games. Whatever the [...]Read More »
This is a sponsored post. Digiarty Software paid to have this posted on dotTech. This post has been written by Digiarty Software — not dotTech.
“The shift to the personal cloud will accelerate rapidly in 2012 as consumers learn how to use new services on their devices,” said Andrew Johnson, [...]Read More »
WinUtilities is a popular name, especially among dotTechies, not only because it is continually given out on GOTD but also because it is a featured filled an reliable software. Although there was a short attempt by the developer of WinUtilities to make a freeware version of WinUtilities available last year, [...]Read More »
Recently I had to clean the computer of a family member who got infected with a rogue antivirus. That lead me to a semi-good idea: Let’s see who, among dotTechies, has the best/worst virus infection story. To kick this off, I’ll share my story.
Dear ole Dad purchased a product [...]Read More »
You use Facebook on a daily basis and whenever you are online someone messages you over Facebook Chat. Often times this gets in the way ofwhat you are doing whether it is posting on a group, playing a game, or even saying “happy birthday” to your aunt; you don’t hate [...]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
The following is a description of Wondershare AllMyTube, as per the developer:
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Why Choose AllMyTube for Windows?
- Wondershare AllMyTube for Windows helps you download any videos you desired from 100+ video sharing sites and put them to portable devices for watching. With a single click, you can download
Note: This promotion was originally posted about in Dec-11. That particular promotion has ended and a new promotion of the same software is available, hence I have brought republished this post. Sorry to whoever gets double notifications!
The following is a description of Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012, as [...]Read More »
The following is a description of Sonic PDF Creator, as per the developer:
Create professional looking and secure PDF documents from hundreds of Windows applications. A simple to use interface with value added features you’ll need, like batch conversion, watermarking, PDF merging and splitting & more.
Quick, what CPU does your computer have? RAM? Hard drive? Audio card? Graphics card? What you don’t know? That is a darn shame. Sounds like you need to give Speccy a try.
Speccy is a Piriform – the developers of CCleaner – creation which provides detailed information on the insides [...]Read More »
The following is a description of Static Backup8, as per the developer:
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All personal data will be backed up
It is very difficult to find all those messages, contacts, plugins, settings, favorites from your computer and backup them before you erase your system from your computer. Backup8
Let’s cut to the chase. dotTech has nine $5 (USD) Amazon gift cards. And we want to give them away. Keep reading to learn how you can win one.
What is being given away?
Nine $5 Amazon gift cards. These gift cards work towards any purchase(s) on Amazon.com or Endless.com [...]Read More »
Yesterday Jeremy posted about Screenshot Captor, a feature-filled screenshot tool. If you were turned off by Screenshot Captor’s learning curve but still desire an excellent screenshotting tool, then PicPick may be for you.
WHAT IT DOES AND HOW TO USE IT
PicPick is described by the developer as “an all-in-one [...]Read More »
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 »
Earlier today, during their much hyped event in California, Apple announced “the new iPad” commonly known as the iPad 3. Interestingly enough Apple made no mention of the name of this new iPad, simply referring to it as the… new… iPad. In any case, this new iPad brings the same [...]Read More »
We all know how well CCleaner works; it is a take-no-prisoners cleaner that is the benchmark for reliability. Kingsoft PC Doctor is the new kid on the block, looking to usurp CCleaner’s throne. Will we have a new king of the land or will the forces of Piriform be victorious? [...]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 »
Need a screen capture program that can grab, manipulate, annotate, and share screenshots without costing you a penny? Screenshot Captor may be for you. There are several freeware and shareware screenshot programs to choose from, so what makes Screenshot Captor standout above the crowd? Let’s take a look.[...]
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The first Android device debuted in September 2008. It came with Android Market, the Android equivalent of Apple App Store; from ‘Market users could download apps (free and paid) for their Android devices. Flash-forward to 2011 and Android Market has books, music, and videos, too. However, although Android Market offered [...]Read More »
Many people run on what is known as a “bandwidth-limited” Internet connection (okay, I admit, I don’t know if that is the official name… I just came up with it on the spot); people on these plans are only allowed to use X amount of GB in regards to bandwidth [...]Read More »