Archives for December, 2008

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Avanquest Web Easy Professional Express 7 — Free For All

I blogged on 4th December about Avanquest Christmas Gift which will continue till 24th of December. They are offering a software as gift every day. In all previous days, their offers were really shitty. Some time they are offering trials instead of full versions, some time offering 2 or 3 years old versions which are no longer needed. But today, they offered Web Easy Professional Express 7 which is really a surprise. I think they offered a good software...
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a-squared HiJackFree — Analyze Your System In Depth

a-squared’s HiJackFree and TrendMicro’s HiJackThis are same type of products which let you know the running process in your system. When you press Ctrl+Alt+Del buttons, Task Manger window open and you can also see which processes are currently running but it does not tell you which processes are running behind those processes and which reg entries are currently in use and which reg entries have been created by these processes. a-squared’s HiJackFree do the same thing like Task Manager...
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Internet

Google Chrome — Final Release

About 3 months ago a new web browser came into web browser industry. There were two big competitors were already in the field. Suddenly, Google launched its browser. In these 3 months, it has been downloaded more than 10 million times. When Chrome was released, according to data, IE was being used 45%, Firefox 40%, and remaining was shared by other browsers. Now Chrome holds around 3% share. It was said that chrome will be a big threat for...
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Disable Hibernation In Windows Vista

When system goes into hibernation, Windows places a file on your hard drive that it uses to store data about your current computting session. This file uses the same physical space as you have physical memory e.g. if you have 4GB RAM, this file will take about 4GB. So, if you do not use Hibernation mode or might be your computer does not support it, you would like to disable this option and delete this file from your hard...
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XnView v1.95.4 — Supports Over 400 Graphics Formats

XnView v1.95.4 supports over 400 graphics formats and it can be run on multiple platforms. It will cost you just your time of download and installation. Funny? LOL. Yes! this small but worthy software costs you noting if you use it for private usage or you can use for non-profit organizations. The download file size is about 3.70MB. When you install it, it will take just 8.6MB. It process takes just 6.5MB when you run it. After installation, when...
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Fun

Check Your Disks For Errors

Frequent use of Windows can cause errors in disk and file system which will create a wide range of Windows problems like inability to open or save files, blue-screen and data corruption. Vista is able to recover from many disk errors automatically especially drives formatted with NTFS. There is utility available in Windows called Check Disk Utility (chkdsk.exe). There are two version; Graphical and Command-line. To do graphical check, follow the procedure; 1: Open Computer, right click on the...
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Microsoft Launches Oxite — An OpenSource Blogging Platform

On Monday, Microsoft launched Oxite, an open-source blogging platform. However, the software maker was quick to underline that the product is aimed at developers and not intended to directly compete with popular blogging software such as WordPress or Movable Type. Microsoft posted the Oxite code on its CodePlex Web site on Friday and made an official announcement on Monday. The software, described as an alpha release, is available under the Microsoft Public License, one of Microsoft’s OSI-certified open-source licenses....
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Install And View Installed Codecs in Media Player 11

Codecs are encoded programming code that instructs Media Player how to decompress an audio or a video files when you want to play it back. Codec is short for COmpress and DECompress. Audio and video files are compressed so they take up less room on the media (CDs n DVDs) on which they are delivered to your computer and take less time to download from the Internet. Without a codec on your computer Media Player does not know how...
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Create Logon Warning In Windows Vista Ultimate

There are hundred of thousands of free softwares available. Every day many offer appear and disappear on Internet. Hundreds of news take birth and die every day. Technology takes steps to do more progress. Every moment we are entering in future and leaving past behind. If I want, I can give you many new and free offers every day but this is not the aim. The aim is getting the valuable piece of information. This can be news, software...
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Linux

The Future Of Climate Change Is In Linux’s Hands

This post is taken from ZDNet. I am publishing it without any change. Thanks to ZDNet. By factoring in human influences on carbon, including changes in land use, as well as natural phenomena including volcanic activity, the Millennium Simulations will provide an insight into how the earth’s climate will change over the coming decades and centuries. It’s this information that will go towards informing the next assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the body whose information...
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