If you’ve ever been disappointed in the lack of useful system information provided by Windows you should have a look at this small application which provides you with a task manager on steroids.
Passwords are a hugely important factor in keeping your identity, money, email, and more, absolutely safe when you’re using the internet.
Many people have a habit of reusing the same password for many websites, whilst this may seem convenient, all it takes is one mistake and your entire online world is at the hands of someone it shouldn’t be! Fortunately there’s a secure solution, thanks to PassPack.
Have you ever tried to crop an image to squeeze it into a design? Constrained by website layouts or that little bit of space left on a brochure that needs to be utilised, you end up with an ultra-cropped segment of a photo, some hint of a larger picture.
Now there is a new way to resize photos and Rsizr brings seam carving to the masses.
If you’ve ever tried to set up a new computer with a Windows operating system you’ll know how much work it can be to install all of the software that you might need on a daily basis. From anti-virus software to productivity tools to system utilities.
Today we’re highlighting a website that does all the searching for you, allowing you to go to one location to download the latest software and find new software, especially open-source and freeware software that will get your fresh new computer all kitted out in no time.
All of the big guns are fighting back and forth to make sure that their webmail offerings don’t seem weaker than the rest.
Microsoft have just bumped their storage up by a sizeable amount following the recent launch of their revamped hotmail system. Yahoo have offered unlimited storage already. How will Google follow?
Business clients have often asked us to create PDF files for them – usually from basic office documents.
Fortunately, there are numerous ways to create PDF files from your documents in Windows, and none of them need to break the bank. In fact the options we list here are all free!
Do you need a way to quickly check how your website design fares in IE5.5 up to IE7?
Find out how to ensure your web site renders correctly in multiple versions of Internet Explorer.