CategoryPC Tips

Clipomatic: quick access and save the clipboard text as a resident fragment

Clipomatic: quick access and save the clipboard text as a resident fragment

[ 0 ] October 9, 2012 |

Have you ever copied an important link or block of text, and before pasting it, copied something else over it accidentally? Due to the limitation of Windows’ native clipboard manager, which holds only one item at a time, most users rely on third-party clipboard managers to extend its functionality. If you’ve been looking for an application that […]

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A Free Tool to Format USB Disks and Create Bootable USB Disks

A Free Tool to Format USB Disks and Create Bootable USB Disks

[ 0 ] October 3, 2012 |

Rufus is a simple free utility which makes it easy to create bootable USB disks from ISO images. Creating a bootable USB disk might come very handy when you don’t have access to CD/DVD drive in a computer system. When you download some bootable tool like an antivirus repair disc, you’ll often find it comes […]

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Disk Falcon Is A Sleek Disk Analyzer Tool For Windows

Disk Falcon Is A Sleek Disk Analyzer Tool For Windows

[ 0 ] September 17, 2012 |

Windows 8 release isn’t quite far from now and you may already have tried Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Build from the ground up – by keeping desktops and tablets in mind – Microsoft’s new operating system looks cool, and to maintain that cool factor, developers are trying to create Windows 8 apps that perfectly embellish […]

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Get RSS Feed Alerts In Mountain Lion Notification Center With News Notifications

Get RSS Feed Alerts In Mountain Lion Notification Center With News Notifications

[ 0 ] September 17, 2012 |

OS X Mountain Lion’s Notification Center is largely dependent on other apps supporting it, and since not many do, we’ve seen an influx of apps that redirect Growl notifications to Notification Center. The Notification Center presents a lot of opportunity for app development and for users it is an excellent feature that they would likely […]

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Weekend tech reading: Windows Phone 8 “Apollo” hits RTM

Weekend tech reading: Windows Phone 8 “Apollo” hits RTM

[ 0 ] September 17, 2012 |

Microsoft said to have finalized Windows Phone 8 OS Chalk up another one for those Windows Phone tipsters. Back in July, I heard whispers that Microsoft would release to manufacturing (RTM) the Windows Phone 8 operating system in September. The plan, as of then, was that the first Windows Phone 8 devices would ship in […]

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Final version of Office for Windows RT to land in November

Final version of Office for Windows RT to land in November

[ 0 ] September 17, 2012 |

Microsoft has offered up some fresh details about the upcoming release of Office for Windows RT. In a post at the Office Next blog yesterday, the company re-confirmed that the tablet-focused productivity software optimized for ARM processors will come pre-installed on Windows RT devices at no extra cost, but it will be a preview version […]

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Intel lowers third quarter revenue outlook due to weak demand

Intel lowers third quarter revenue outlook due to weak demand

[ 0 ] September 9, 2012 |

It’s been a tough year for PC manufacturers as they continue to struggle with declining sales thanks to a number of issues, including but not limited to consumer interest in tablets and other mobile devices. Even the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker is feeling the effects as Intel was just forced tolower their third-quarter revenue […]

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Microsoft’s “Bing It On” search-off pits Bing against Google

Microsoft’s “Bing It On” search-off pits Bing against Google

[ 0 ] September 9, 2012 |

Firmly believing in the power of Bing, Microsoft is daring skeptics to compare its own search results against those of its arch nemesis, Google. The company's "Bing it On" initiative provides a blind, side-by-side challenge between the rivals, selecting the winning search engine based on five user-performed searches. For each query, users are asked to […]

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Synchronize Text Notes Between Windows, Mac And The Cloud

Synchronize Text Notes Between Windows, Mac And The Cloud

[ 0 ] September 7, 2012 |

Note-taking is a highly productive activity, and when it comes to jotting down your notes and appointments, Evernote is simply an unparalleled contender (okay, there’s also OneNote, but then again, it’s not available for free). Evernote has flourished the concept of how we can annotate and synchronize our work across different devices, making it at […]

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Nitroshare or Share Files On A Network With Computers Running Different Operating Systems

Nitroshare or Share Files On A Network With Computers Running Different Operating Systems

[ 0 ] September 3, 2012 |

Ask most people how do they share files among different computers on the LAN and they will say, using Windows built-in file sharing feature. Well, it all makes sense, as this solution is easy to configure as well as hassle free, but what if your computers are running different operating systems? For instance, if you […]

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