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Screenr: Web based Video Capture Software

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

If you’re an online teacher or an online marketer with an internet business, you know it’s necessary to have video screen capture software, but are there any that cost less than $200? If so, is the program only compatible with a Windows operating system?

Fortunately, there is one on that exists. Screenr, (http://www.screenr.com) is a free web-based video screen capture tool that’s compatible with both… Continue reading

Fences

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Wow, have I got a cool download for you today! If you are anything like me and have tons of desktop icons, this free download just migh lower your blood pressure a few points.

Today’s Download is called Fences and it presents a whole new way to organize that mess of a desktop. Fences provides what I would call “boxes” for storage on… Continue reading

Object Dock

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

I’m sure that many of you use the quick launch bar that comes with windows. It’s the little part of your task bar that you can use to launch programs that you use all of the time and it definately comes in handy.

For me, the quick launch bar is just too small. As a matter of fact, I would like it if my quick launch had… Continue reading

Daemon Tools Lite

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

Have you ever purchased software on a CD, installed it on your computer and ran it, only to find that you have to keep the disk in for it to work right?

I hate that!

Well, today I have found a free program that will solve that little problem forever! The program is called Daemon Tools Lite

Opera 10

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

It seems that the more advanced the Internet gets, the longer it takes for pages to load in your browser. Whether you use Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari, if your connection isn’t performing at it’s peak, the time it takes to load your favorite web pages can take forever.

Well, it seems that a browser company has finally thought about that problem and has come up with a solution. The… Continue reading

Avira Antivir Basics

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

If you have been using the various types of software offered by companies active in improving the security status of the personal and business computers, you’ve more than likely have heard of the popular Avira AntiVir program along the way. Like the other efficient and feature rich anti-virus and anti-Trojan applications, the latest release from the Avira company has lot of options worth taking a brief look at.… Continue reading

Google Moon?

Friday, July 31st, 2009

The 40th anniversary of the moon landing was celebrated recently and it made me think of how cool it would have been to be one of those pioneering astronauts that first set foot on lunar soil all those years ago. Well, Google must have been listening to my thoughts (I hear they do that now and again), because Google Earth can now take you to the moon in the comfort… Continue reading

Hulu Desktop

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

A while back, Amanda wrote about a coolsite called HULU.com. HULU is a site that allows you to watch all of your favorite TV shows without having to hunt around for them or do anything illegal. Here’s how it works:

All major TV networks these days put their newest TV shows on the internet. After a show airs on TV, they… Continue reading

TeraCopy

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

I’m sure many of you are still using Windows XP. I have a main system with XP that I use quite frequently. I am fed up with the Windows XP file copying and moving feature. You know, just like this.

The estimated times are never correct, and it takes forever! So, I started looking for a better alternative and, of course, I’m going to show it to you today… Continue reading

Songbird

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

Do you own an MP3 player that is not an ipod? There are thousands of different MP3 players and MP4 players out there that are not ipods. For example, just a couple weeks ago we sold an amazing MP3/MP4 player called the Sansa Connect. This little player is awesome, but no matter how good it is, it won’t connect to iTunes. As a matter of fact, the only… Continue reading

CamStudio

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Q:
A couple of weeks ago you sold a program called File Name editor. On the sales page for that product, you made a video demo that recorded your computer screen. How did you do that?

A:
WOW, I received a lot of questions about that video demo!

Well, today I will share with all of you how we did that. The program we used for creating… Continue reading

CDBurnerXP

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Q:
My computer came with CD burning software, but throughout the course I lost it. Now I dont have any software for copying and burning disks! Are there any free programs out there for burning CDs?

A:
I get asked that question all the time. Until now, I could not find a quality CD burning program that was absolutely free. I looked far and wide and finally came… Continue reading

Vista Service Pack 2

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

You heard me right. For those of you out there with Vista, the second service pack is now available for download from Microsoft. This service pack will provide all of the MS updates since Service pack 1 plus quite a few new enhancements to (hopefully) make your Windows Vista experience better. Some of these enhancements include:

  • An upgrade to the Bluetooth protocol, bringing it to bluetooth 2.1.
  • The

AdAware Anniversary

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

A couple weeks ago I wrote about the best rated free anti-virus program. That article got such a great response that I figured I should write about another very high rated free program that will protect your computer.

I’m sure that some of you have heard of AdAware. This program was one of the first anti-adware and spyware programs out and it has continued to lead the pack in terms… Continue reading

Avira Antivir

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

I’ve always been a big fan of knowing what is the best. As a matter of fact, I look forward to the monthly arrival of my Consumer Reports magazine so I can read all of the comparisons and ratings, just to keep my edge.

Well, this month’s issue arrived just a couple days ago and the headline title was about computers. You can only imagine my excitement! I raced to… Continue reading

Wise Registry Cleaner

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

Last week I wrote about a free program called Wise Disk Cleaner. This handy little application was made for cleaning unused files on your system, and I must say, it does a great job. As a matter of fact, I liked it so much that I decided to try another program made by Wise. This one is called Wise Registry Cleaner, and once again, I am… Continue reading

Wise Disk Cleaner

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

As a general rule, I like to think that I keep my PC in pretty good shape. I run regular cleanings, scan for viruses and check for updates on a pretty regular basis. So, when I came across this weeks free download I thought “Yeah right, this probably won’t do much for my pc”. Boy, was I wrong! This program found 126 un-needed files on my computer!

This weeks… Continue reading

VLC Player

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

I get a lot of e-mails every week about how to open files. I know that there are a lot of file extensions out there and it can be difficult to find the right program to open them all. Well, today I have a program that will help tremendously, at least in the media department.

The program is called VLC player and it opens almost any video file you can… Continue reading

How to Rip DVDs with ImgBurn

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

If you know about using the VLC player to rip a DVD to an MPEG-1 file, then remember it’s not the only way. Technically, this gets the job done, but there are other options available. Storage is very cheap, so why not retain the full image quality and size as well as all the menus, languages, subtitles and bonus material from the original DVD? Using ImgBurn for… Continue reading

Postbox

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Today I have found an awesome new email client that just might replace Outlook Express. The program is called PostBox and it combines all of the features you see in most mail clients with some awesome, new and innovative features. PostBox was easy to download and install. This is a must for me. I downloaded it and opened the file. From there, PostBox handled the rest. It even imported all… Continue reading

Internet Explorer 8 Features pt. 1

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

March 19th saw the release of Microsoft Internet Explorer 8; the first major release of the famous Internet browsing software since 2006. Aside from offering enhanced security, IE 8 is also the default browser for Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 7 as well. Let’s take a gander at some of the features included this time around, and see what they mean to you!

Suggested Sites: This is a pretty cool… Continue reading

End it all is a free program that allows the user to stop a program dead in its tracks without resorting to the task manager. Continue reading

Windows SteadyState Part 1

Monday, March 16th, 2009

A while ago, we wrote an article about a new Microsoft program called Windows SteadyState. For those of you that missed it, the article gave a quick description of the program and explained that it is a great way to secure your computer if it has multiple users. Expecially if those multiple users happen to be the kind that might mess up your computer!

Well… Continue reading

Recuva to the Rescue!

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Have you ever deleted a file that you wish you would kept? Have you ever lost a file? I know I have. It seems like i get questions about this a lot. Is it possible to recover a deleted file? Well, the answer is yes and I have a free download for you called Recuva that will do the job.

This program is SIMPLE to use. Just… Continue reading

Screen Capture With Jing!

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

It ends up that there are several options out there if you are looking for more than what the simple PrtScn button offers. Just a few months ago, I wrote an article about a program called Screenshot Captor. This is a good program for additional features and you can check it out here. Also, almost 3 years ago, we wrote an article about a… Continue reading

Safari 4

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

Safari 4

How many of you out there use Safari as your main Web browser? Well, if you do, you might be interested to know that Apple has released Safari 4 Beta! If you don’t use it now, this would be a great time to check it out. The new version packs a big punch with only a couple drawbacks. Let’s check it out!

First, the new version of Safari… Continue reading

Poladroid

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Here’s a fun little download for those of you who like to experiment with your photos! How many of you have old Polaroid cameras? Those cameras are now a dying breed with digital cameras taking over, but many people miss the fun those photos used to provide. You know, you take the picture, shake it for five minutes and hope it turns out okay!

I’m sure not… Continue reading

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