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The following is a description of MoneyFox 2012, as per the developer:
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Do you want to keep track of your finances?
- Manage Your Finances
- Organize your incomes and expenses in categories
- Create recurring bookings with reminders
- Create stunning reports and statistics
MoneyFox – features overview
With the summary view and the transaction list, you can keep track of your finances quickly and efficiently and see immediately where your money goes.
Android Market hits ten billion downloads, offers ten apps each day for the next ten days – including popular apps such as Swiftkey X, Minecraft, and Asphalt 6 – for $0.10 each to celebrate
Have some extra dimes this holiday season? Android Market has hit ten billion downloads and to celebrate Google is running a promotion for the next ten days. Each day, starting December 6 and lasting until December 16, ten “premium” apps will be sold for a measly $0.10/£0.10/€0.10 each:
Each day will bring a different ten apps; today’s (December 6th’s) apps are shown in the above screenshot.…Read More »
Originally started by Opera, and popularized by Chrome, the “multiple homepage” concept is commonly used by people (whether by add-on or built in browser functionality) who can’t decide on one single website to be their homepage. However, what if you want something simple, clean, yet elegant and want it without any hassle, or third party add-on (assuming the browser you use doesn’t have it built in)?…Read More »
Back in November I posted about Republic Wireless, a new cell phone service provider in the USA. In the article I mentioned Republic Wireless was launching November 8, but aside from that we didn’t have many more details. Republic Wireless has launched.…Read More »
I was roaming SlickDeals as I usually do and came across a post about a 1 TB USB external hard drive going for $65 (!). Naturally I jumped when I read that and decided to get more info. Turns out Best Buy is selling a 1 TB “Mac” Western Digital My Book for $65 (you can get it for $58 with 10% off coupon).…Read More »
The following is a description of PC Security Guide, as per the authors:
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For better or worse, more of our daily activities are spent on the Internet. We stay in touch with friends and family, post those fun vacation photos for all to see, check out the latest movies, look up interesting things to buy, and much more.
The following is a description of CrazyTalk 6, as per the developer:
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CrazyTalk 6 focuses on animating the faces and gives you the power to import any photo or image into the fitting wizard and bring it to life with easy auto lip-sync.
Up until now whenever I wanted to resize an image I would open up Paint.NET, load the image I want to resize, save it, and go. Yes I know – not a very clever or efficient method to resize images. However I have been using the Paint.NET method because I am, afterall, a creature of habit and it has been convenient for me.…Read More »
The following is a description of Abelssoft JetDrive 5 Professional, as per the developer:
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JetDrive – Feature Overview
JetDrive defragments your hard drive. It does a far better job than Windows Defrag and — depending upon the condition of your hard drive — can result in a 20% gain in performance.
As I am sure most everyone has noticed by now, I have added a new SHARE bar to dotTech. This article is intended to ensure everyone is informed about what this bar is, what it is intended for, and what it is not.…Read More »
Most people enjoy using T9 (or something similar) on their cell phones when typing text messages. Since T9 uses an advanced behavioral detection algorithm (I don’t know if “behavioral detection algorithm” is a real term… I just made it up =P) to suggest the words T9 thinks you want.…Read More »
The following is a description of CDRWIN 9 Basic, as per the developer:
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- Direct copy of data-CDs/DVDs (incl. computer games) and audio-CDs
- Burning and creation of ISO-, BIN- and XMD-images as well as Cue-Files
- Authoring of Orange Book-compatible data-CDs (CD-ROM, CD-ROM/XA) as well as data-DVDs and Blu-ray discs.
While not a groundbreaking necessity (unless you are a webmaster, in which case you should really care about how fast your website loads since website speed is factored into Google’s algorithm), it is always fun to know which of your favorite websites loads the quickest.…Read More »
The following is a description of Format Converter 4 SE, as per the developer:
The following are all the supported input/output formats, as per the developer:
Format Converter 4 SE stands for Format Converter 4 Special Edition, presumably because Format Converter 4 SE has limitations not found in the regular Format Converter 4; however, I have not found a list explicitly stating the limitations.…Read More »
The following is a description of Nik Software’s Color Efex Pro 3.0 Standard, as per the developer:
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Nik Software Color Efex Pro 3.0 is a collection of digital filters that are widely used by many of today’s professional photographers around the world to save time and to produce professional level results.
A few months ago in one of my classes a Chrome fanboy proclaimed how “popular” Chrome is and how “everyone must be using it”. At the time a friend and I scoffed at him, partly due to his fanboyism and partly due to the fact we knew Chrome wasn’t as popular as he claimed.…Read More »
Tip: Get a Motorola Defy, a water resistant Android handset, for $59.99 from T-Mobile USA with no contract or data plan requirement
Looking to jump on the smartphone bandwagon but don’t want to sign a two year contract with a forced monthly data plan? Today may be your lucky day. Reports are emerging T-Mobile USA is selling the Motorola Defy for $59.99 with no contract renewal or commitment:
Since there is no contract requirement, that means you aren’t forced to purchase a monthly data plan either.…Read More »
The following is a description of BDlot DVD Clone Ultimate, as per the developer:
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Backup any DVD to hard drive as ISO, DVD folder or burn to a DVD disc in several minutes with GPU accelerating technology.
Create Your Own Perfect DVD Backups of Raw Content with Ease
BDlot DVD Clone Ultimate is the up-to-the-minute DVD clone software with powerful functions.
Record/capture your screen (create a video/screencast) without having to download or install a program
In the past I have written on what, in my opinion, is one of the best free video capture/screen recording tools available on the market right now: BB FlashBack Express. Since I discovered BB FlashBack Express I have been using it for all my screen capture/video creation needs.…Read More »
Update: It looks like this promotion has expired. Sorry I posted about it so late! If you still want this program, you can wait until it is promoted again (it is given out often) or read comment #9 by hal9000 and comment#18 by 3K3 explaining a trick on how to register this software even after the promo has expired.…Read More »
In light of today’s giveaway of Folder Maker Pro, I think it is appropriate to create a post about how one can customize the look and feel of Windows to fit his needs.
There are websites, such as Deviantart.com, that display the work of very talented artists.…Read More »
Want to know how the other 5% live? Microsoft has launched a web-based Windows Phone 7 emulator (probably written in HTML5), allowing iOS and Android device owners to see if the grass is truly greener on the other side by simply visiting http://aka.ms/wpdemo in their web browser.…Read More »
Back when I first got my laptop, I had a helluva time getting used to trying not to touch the touchpad while typing. Eventually after lowing the sensitivity of the touchpad and spending hours typing, I learned how to minimize my typing errors resulting from accidental touchpad touch-age.…Read More »
The following is a description of Ashampoo Photo Commander 8, as per the developer:
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Ashampoo Photo Commander is probably the only tool you need for organizing, editing, sharing and presenting your digital photos. In addition to this it can also be used for managing your audio and video files, with high-quality integrated players.
The following is a description of Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012 as per the developer:
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Overview of Features and Functions
- Burn data on CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray Discs
- Update previously burned discs
- Backup important data on one or more CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray Discs
- Rip audio titles of different audio formats from CD
- Burn audio files as audio CD, mp3 or wma collections
- Burn Blu-ray Discs with videos in HD and Full HD format from already existing files
- Copy CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs
- Create and burn disc images
- Erase rewritable discs
- Create modified copies of already existing discs
- Design and print covers, labels and booklets
Software Features and Functions in Detail
- Burn and update data discs
- Burn data to CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray Discs and update previously burned discs by adding and removing files and folders.
To be honest freeware watermark program are hard to come by. There are some, but most of them suck (excuse my French). Good ones are rare. PhotoWham! is one of these rare good ones:
Yes it is true in terms of adding watermarks PhotoWham!…Read More »
Here’s an interesting freebie to round off the weekend. Auslogics, the Australian software developer house famously known for their Auslogics Disk Defrag, has published an eBook aimed at helping users “speed up” their computers; and to get people to read it, and thank them for their support, Auslogics is giving out this eBook, called Turbo Windows – The Ultimate PC Speed Up Guide, for free.…Read More »
Every time I open a new tab in Firefox, I’m greeted with about:blank. As far as creative names go, the name of this page is not very creative because it is just that – blank:
For most of us this isn’t a big deal because we don’t really spend much time staring at a new, open tab.…Read More »
[Windows] Block access to USB devices (external hard drives, flash drives, printers, scanners, etc.) with USB Manager
Maybe we don’t want anyone saving our data to an external hard drive and walking away; or we want prevent others from accidentally loading malware through a flash drive; or we don’t want anyone wasting our paper and ink/toner. Whatever the case may be, there are times when we would like to block USB devices from connecting to our computers.…Read More »
The human eye has a tendency to better notice things if they stand out from their environment. For example, from your closet full of black shoes, you are more likely to notice a white shoe than a particular black shoe. So, then, I suppose the question is wouldn’t the same logic apply to folders on your computer?…Read More »
Ever wanted to run Android apps on your PC? If so, BlueStacks might be up your alley. BlueStacks App Player is a nifty tool for Windows that allows users to seamlessly run Android apps on their PCs. Yeah, you read that properly: Seamlessly run Android apps on PCs.…Read More »
Don’t like ads? Not very many people do. Use an ad blocker? Cool, me too. There is one ad that I bet your ad blocker will not block (yet); and that is an ad that Google has (apparently) integrated into Google Chrome:
As you can see above, Google is displaying an ad for its Chromebook on the New Tab page in Chrome.…Read More »
One of the few things I like about the Windows right click context menu is the “Send To” sub menu. Via this sub menu one can easily send files and folders to desired locations (folders, drives, etc.) or desired programs with a simple click.…Read More »
[Windows] ServiceSuite: A portable soft that allows users to easily manage Windows services via drag and drop
Ever open Windows’ native services manager and wish there was some way to easily modify the startup type of multiple services at a time? Well you know what they say — be careful what you wish for because you may just get it.…Read More »
The battle between Samsung and Apple has been raging for months (years?), most recently in courts of law. It appears all legal lawyer talk has not dumbed down Samsung’s marketing humor; a new ad – shown in the video found above – mocks iPhone fans in a humorous manner.…Read More »