Archive for October, 2012

Evernote Skitch now available for Windows

So, Evernote Skitch or simply Skitch, the ultimate application to make all kinds of screenshots is finally available for Windows (this application had been exclusive to Mac since long time ago). In celebration of the launch of Windows 8, the development team behind Skitch has introduced a version for the Windows desktop compatible with the […]

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Contacam: monitoring via webcam

Contacam is another program that we can use when placing security cameras in the house or office or nearby. The first feature that is obvious is that its interface and options are not too complicated, but are straightforward and understandable; the second is that it consumes few resources and the picture quality is quite good. […]

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Blekko: Another option among search engines

Blekko is a little-known online search option, but offers slashtags search and provides collaborative results that avoiding those results from Google that stand out thanks to the SEO techniques. Although Google is the most visited page of the Internet world, long since there are other alternatives that are not as well known as Google, but […]

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EasyBrake: Convert videos with one click

The video conversion has never been easy, but that may change if we use an application like EasyBrake which allows conversion between formats with one click. Just enough to give a click and in moments we will be transforming our video to MKV format, of course this is not the only supported format but the […]

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WebOS returns based on Ubuntu

An independent developer has worked to make available to the Open WebOS community, an alternative and unofficial OS WebOS that HP again discontinued last year. Over a year ago that HP announced it would discontinue all products with WebOS, the multitasking operating system for embedded systems based on Linux, previously developed by Palm. WebOS was […]

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Windows Post-Install Wizard: a Windows installer with all your programs

Windows Post-Install Wizard is a program that will arm the Windows installation DVD as with all programs, settings and applications that we use regularly. The task of installing Windows from scratch is not easy or quick, because after a new installation will have to hunt to find the programs that we had installed on the […]

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The Linux Foundation is trying to ensure the installation of Linux on Windows 8

Both the Linux Foundation and responsible for some Linux distros, work to avoid the blocking of the UEFI of Windows 8 and in obtaining digital keys from Microsoft. A few months ago, it was announced that Windows 8 would use a protection system that would recognize all the operating system that it wasn’t Windows 8, […]

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Zemana AntiLogger: protects your computer against keyloggers

Zemana AntiLogger is a keyloggers detector program, which protect not only the browser but also all installed programs. One of the latest keyloggers which we have good comments, the Zemana AntiLogger. As you know, the keylogger is a type of malware that collects information on everything that is entered from the keyboard, credit card numbers, […]

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UFW – facial recognition software in the U.S.

UFW or Universal Face Workstation is the new face recognition software that the FBI has provided to all police organizations across the United States. This new software deployed has a national database of eye recognition; this software has been tested since February in Michigan and released on September. The operation of the software is intended […]

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NetWorx 5.2.5 with official support for Windows 8

NetWorx Free program to measure the speed of your Internet connection, either ADSL, mobile broadband or fiber optic cable, has a new version ready for download: NetWorx 5.2.5 which adds official support for the new Microsoft operating system: Windows 8 (32 and 64 bit), support for custom icon, fixed a problem that showed an access […]

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