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ToodleAir – A Must Have ToodleDo Companion

For those using ToodleDo, it needs no introduction. If you are new to it, check out my ToodleDo online task manager review here. ToodleDo has really helped me with managing my tasks with me loosely following the Getting Things Done principle. However, I wanted an easier way to input my tasks as I came across […]

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Download Best of Free Software As a Bundle with FreeApps

The most tedious part that puts us off from doing that occasional clean re-install of any OS is the time it takes to get it back to how we like our system again. There are probably a few dozen free and great software that you have found over the years and can’t live without. FreeApps […]

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Bend Editor – Sleek and Simple Windows Text Editor

I turn to Notepad++ for all my text editing needs. It is free, open source and extensible with functions. Like Firefox, it is the swiss-army knife of code editors. You can get any feature on it with the right plugins. However, it lacks sorely in visual interface and it looks so drab and it can […]

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TweetDeck Gets Google Buzz, FourSquare & More

TweetDeck is an amazing desktop Adobe AIR app for Twitter. But, it has been adding support for other social networks as well making it a one app to have in your desktop to access all your social network accounts! TweetDeck version 0.34 just came out with some amazing additions and here is a quick run […]

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New Skype Beta Gets Group Video Chat. Not Free.

Skype is one of the best & popular video chat clients and we use it to chat with our parents and family in India. The chat video is pretty amazing compared to other video chat clients even when one end is in a low bandwidth connection. One feature we have missed is a ‘group video […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 10-05-04

It doesn’t matter how many new browsers come to the forefront Firefox still does the job for me with its extensive browser add-ons. Google Chrome is catching up in the extensions space but Firefox still is in the lead for me and my specific tasks. I have found a few more great add-ons that I […]

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How to Add Dropbox to Windows 7 Start Menu?

I love Dropbox hacks and write them as and when I encounter one. I use Windows 7 on my desktop besides using our new 21.5” Apple iMac. And Dropbox is one of the first applications I install on any operating system! How-To-Geek has shared how to add “My Dropbox” or any link for that matter […]

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Screenpresso – Feature Rich Screenshot Utility

Ok how many screenshot programs does a blogger need? Apparently yours truly (me) needs one more. I keep coming across new and excellent screenshot taking software. I have long been a fan of FastStone Capture and recently reviewed PicPick. I just came across Screenpresso – a free and feature-rich screenshot taking freeware utility. Screenpresso claims to give […]

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Skype 4.2 Supports 1280 x 720 HD Video Calls

Skype 4.2 Supports 1280 x 720 HD Video Calls

Skype is the most popular video conferencing software used around the world. I use it to chat with my family in India all the time and have consistently found the video quality to be better than any other options. Skype has just announced in the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it’s latest […]

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PicPick – Portable Free Screen Capture Utility

PicPick – Portable Free Screen Capture Utility

Make no mistake, I have been a big fan of FastStone Capture – the awesome screenshot capture tool that is available as both a free version (until a certain old version) and a paid version ($19.95). I have reviewed FastStone Capture here before and you can check it out there. It is not just a […]

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LogMeIn Express Free Screen Sharing App

LogMeIn Express Free Screen Sharing App

LogMeIn is an excellent PC remote control solution. It has both a free and paid PRO version that lets you remote control your computer from anywhere with just a browser and Internet connection. LogMeIn even lets you remote control your desktop from your iPhone with the LogMeIn Ignition iPhone app. Now, a lesser known free […]

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Dropbox Hacks: Upload Files To Dropbox By Email

Dropbox Hacks: Upload Files To Dropbox By Email

If you read my blog regularly, you probably know that I am in love with Dropbox and recommend it to everyone to try it. Dropbox is a multi-OS, file sync freeware that you can use to sync files between various computers you have. You can also get to your files and folders from anywhere as […]

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Let Dropbox Supercharge Your Local Network

Let Dropbox Supercharge Your Local Network

Dropbox is absolutely my favorite file sync software & web application in one. And the Dropbox iPhone app has tremendously changed the way I have access to my files. Dropbox puts your files in the cloud securely and keeps as many computers as you want in sync, now that includes your iPhone. Dropbox just introduced […]

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Download Free Microsoft Tinker For Windows 7

Download Free Microsoft Tinker For Windows 7

Microsoft had some cool apps/games from Windows Vista Ultimate Extras. The stage is set to make a comeback to Windows 7. You had to pay extra to get the Vista Ultimate Extras and what is awesome is that some of these games/apps are going to make it to Windows 7 for free. In fact, Microsoft […]

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Free Open Source Screencasting Software – CamStudio

Free Open Source Screencasting Software – CamStudio

If you have been looking for a screencasting tool, look no further. CamStudio is a free and open source screencasting tool. CamStudio can record all screen and audio activity on your computer and create an AVI video files. Also, it comes with a built-in SWF producer that can convert the AVI files into bandwidth friendly […]

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