Windows & PC
There is a long way to customize Windows 7 Explorer toolbar by a editing registry and then rebooting the system and then tweaking the system again to be successful. For me it looks like a hazardous to be done. If you're not liking to follow this long steps, then there’s a simple software for you called CustomExplorerToolbar can do it for you through some single click. This app developed by Nirsoft focusing to make it easy for all users. You just have to select ready-made utility buttons and then add them Windows 7 Explorer toolbar without having to manually editing registry keys or rebooting the system. Custom Explorer Toolbar is a brand new Nirsoft application that can be used to customize the Windows Explorer toolbar under Windows 7. The program has been designed to only work under Windows 7, it won’t work under Windows Vista or XP. Both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the operating system are supported.
This application allows you to add or remove buttons in no time, which means you do not have too the book system after adding or removing anything, simply just need to refresh the Windows Explorer window.
The service works like most cloud-based file networks: Download a small application that runs on your desktop, syncing your music in the background as you add and delete music or create playlists. Your library, now stored in the cloud, can be accessed through a web interface that looks a lot like iTunes and is immediately familiar and easy to use. But the best part is the mobile app, which will give users the same access to their music library everywhere they go. It even takes advantage of Live Wallpapers to display your currently playing music.
D Bitly client for Android will shorten your links and give you the option to view previously shortened links. It is very easy to use, just open the app and paste your long URL or use the share page menu item from your browser to shorten links before you share them on Facebook, Twitter, email, etc.
It can be found on the Marketplace for free.
Bit.ly client for android. Shorten links and view previously shortened links straight from your Android device.
Easy to use, just open the app and paste your long URL or use the share page menu item from your browser to shorten links before you share them on Facebook, Twitter, email, etc.
D Bitly v1.0 (freeware)(no ads)
Requirements: Android 2.2+ and bit.ly account
Uses bit.ly api to shorten links and view your account history. Uses x-auth pattern see here for explanation. (I do not store your password on your device).
It’s a beautiful application that makes browsing news from websites and social networks fun and engaging. Pulse takes your favorite websites (including Facebook) and transforms them into a colorful and interactive mosaic. Tap on an article, and you will see a clean and elegant view of the story. Sharing a story via Facebook, Twitter or email is as easy as two taps. Pulse has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, BusinessWeek, TechCrunch and more. Experience Pulse today – you will never look at news the same way again.
Well, Many viruses corrupt Windows Safe Mode in order to prevent you from removing them. If you cannot boot in safe mode then you are in a very critical situation; you cannot make any repairs and reinstalling the entire system is your only choice. Fortunately, there’s a solution which will fix the corrupted Safe Mode and gives you back the full control over your computer and it is called SMFixer (or Windows Safe Mode Fixer)!
of data traffic between his phone and the GPRS/3G network. Using Data Monitor, user can set alerts to his counters (sent data, received data and total data) and be notified when the amount of data set to that counter have been reached.
It's easy to lose track of your cellular data usage at times. With constant app updates, web browsing and new features like Google+ Instant Upload, you could be approaching your monthly allocation of ones and zeroes before you know it. Unfortunately, not all carriers provide a convenient way to keep an eye on how much data you're burning through. However, if you've got a Sony Ericsson phone, then the manufacturer has you covered with a newly-released app on its Android Market channel. The Sony Ericsson Data Monitor app tracks mobile data consumption in both directions, and gives you the option to set an alert when your usage hits a certain level. If you're on a monthly contract, you can set the counter to reset at the start of your billing month. If you've already pre-paid for a set amount of data, there's the option to enter a start date instead.
One is a drive wiping tool that can wipe all the data from your hard drive, but can also scrub only the available free space. As with many of the tools in CCleaner, it's fairly nuanced and allows for a simple one-pass overwrite, a Department of Defense-level three-pass option, a National Security Administration-level seven-pass cleaning, and a 35-pass Gutmann-level deep scrub. The more passes you select, the slower the deletion process. Another key improvement to CCleaner 3 has been adding more options to pre-existing features. You can now select specific Internet cookies to keep, across all your browsers, while CCleaner deletes the rest in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari. The benefit of this is to keep cookies for specific sites that you know to be safe, such as webmail, while getting rid of the rest that you don't want tracking you. Note that your browser must be closed for the cookie-deleting feature to work.
UAC is clearly a great security and privacy fundamental base in Windows OS. It prevent unwanted access in system files or any other places where user can harm your System. This provides a great option for keeping things well and secret.But sometime good things in certain circumstances will not be suitable for use, like UAC prompts. It's really troubled when you often need to run a particular tool that requires administrator mode in order to run, and you don’t have the access or you are getting trouble to get in Administrator mode. It will constantly pop up a dialog requesting for Administrative password when you are trying to make system changes. Fortunately, there’s some way to make it more comfortable. There’s a hack that can create an Administrative shortcut mode which won’t prompt for UAC. Here, I am going to share this with you. Well, there are mainly two things you need to do. Firstly, you need to set up a scheduled task to run the application in Administrator mode. Then set up a separate shortcut that tells the scheduled task to run. Do you think it’s difficult? I am sure you will find it easy after reading this. So join me after the break!
Well, there’s a good news for you. A software called “Your Uninstaller” can do everything for you. Your Uninstaller is the world's most popular uninstaller utility to manage all programs installed on your computer. Now supporting Windows 7 (both 32 and 64bit) and featuring a straightforward clean interface. Your Uninstaller works the way you think, making it easier than ever to uninstall programs quickly, efficient and completely. With advanced system scanning algorithm, Your Uninstaller can easily remove any program installed on your computer - completely, no trace left. Join us after the break to get detailed info.
Tools You Can Use: Camera Genius offers more than half-a-dozen features that are otherwise missing-in-action from the iPhone’s built-in camera.
Camera Genius can’t really do anything about the iPhone’s camera hardware. But the app from CodeGoo can help you take better pictures with a number of features that try to compensate for the iPhone’s photographic limitations.
The app’s Zoom feature lets you zoom in close to your subject by moving a slider across the screen. Since the iPhone’s camera doesn’t have an optical lens, you do your zooming digitally. There’s a drawback to this approach: the further you zoom in, the more pixelated the image becomes. If you zoom in just a little bit, the picture comes out looking pretty good; zooming all the way just trashes the image.
Have you ever tried to convert a full DVD movie and store it on your PC? Using any “DVD Converter” you can di it. But they will take a lot of time and also they wont include subtitles. Also they will be huge in size too. So how you can be able to convert a movie and store them? Can you able to reduce it’s size to 300-700 MB without losing the quality? And also about subtitle. How can I rip a movie with subtitle? Here I am giving you all the answers. So join with us.
FairUse Wizard 3D is the key tool we will use here. It’s available as both free and pro version. It uses the DivX, Xvid, h.264, ffVFW or x264 codec to convert DVD to an AVI/MKV file. It comes in both a free version and commercial version. The free, or “Light” version, can create files up 700MB while the commercial version can output a 1400MB file. This will allow you to back up your movies to CD, or even multiple movies on a single DVD. FairUse Wizard states that it does not work on copy protected discs, but we’ve seen it work on all but some of the most recent copy protection. For this tutorial we’re using the free Light Edition of “FairUse Wizard 3D” to convert a DVD to AVI. They also offer a commercial version that you can get for $29.99 and it offers even more encoding possibilities for converting video to you portable digital devices.
So we are showing you how to take over this task step by step. Join us after the break.
1. Associated with the system online media player, video playback support system called UC online video.
2. Continuous play online video album.
3. Fullscreen playback mode prompt screen.
4. Support for local video manually sort the list.
5. Increase the local video file properties view.
That’s exactly why I was surprised to a see a whole lot of new features roll in these past few days, one after another. From an in depth search option to photo uploading and a new follow button for websites, there is a feature targeting every user group. Let’s check them out!
Uploading images is a long awaited feature. Since it wasn’t available, users were forced to use third party apps like Twitpic and Yfrog to share their images. Both these services have garnered sizable traction and revenue and were taking some sheen out of Twitter’s brand and popularity. So this doesn’t come as a surprise feature. However, the interesting thing to note is that the service isn’t powered by Twitter’s own infrastructure.
Images are uploaded and served from the severs of the popular image sharing and upload service Photobucket. But, it isn’t necessary to have a separate account at Photobucket to upload images and the images aren’t cross posted at their service as well. This feature is slowly being rolled out to everyone and currently works with the web app and not in the official mobile apps.
That’s the main theme of this game. A must play game indeed. Beautifully simple touchscreen controls keep gameplay frenetic but intuitive as you slice through ropes with a one-fingered swipe and pop bubbles with the merest tap of your screen. Cut The Rope’s puzzles often involve high-speed responses to tricky situations and less intuitive controls just wouldn’t measure up. It’s a supremely judged gameplay experience, made all the more enjoyable by Om Nom’s gesticulating as he becomes increasingly frustrated with the treat’s lack of progress toward his gaping cake-hole.
The good thing of imo instant messenger is, it’s one of the best multiprotocol chat client that I’ve used so far. It supports all major chat protocols, including Skype (big plus for that). The interface is very user friendly, simple and easy to use. User settings are very tidy and few (which in this case is a good thing). Let’s not forget that this app is free and ad-free. Thumbs up for developers that create apps for people, that’s a good plus point!
The only downside is that you can’t change you profile icon (on any protocol). A slight inconvenience, but not a major set-back. It could be if you change your picture often, I do sometimes, so in my opinion it is a feature that should be included.