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Restore Point Creator manage your restore points in Windows

The Windows Restore System has taken us many more of one problem and it is therefore inconceivable to reach it have to access more than one menu and look for between many options for the way of throwing it or to create a restoration point. With Restore Point Creator will no longer have these problems, […]

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Mandelbulber: Draws fantastic fractals in 3D

With a little free time over the weekend ahead, we will present Mandelbulber, a fractal drawing program that comes out a bit from the norm. And it Mandelbulber not draw fractals in two dimensions, but it’s done in 3D. But in addition to all the control that we may have about the graphs, as well […]

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Pokki is the app store for Windows XP and 7

In the real world there are still millions of users that have neither Windows 8, nor with the latest offering for Mac computers, or with an Android-based system and, unfortunately, are not yet sufficiently numerous users of GNU/Linux. Apple, Google and Microsfot have their own stores, targeting the most modern OS. And what remains for […]

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Twitter could eliminate the ability to send private messages to any user

Twitter continues to explore new options for their network and experiencing the coming few weeks ago was the ability to send direct messages to people who do not follow each other. It seems that Twitter makers are not convinced at all to incorporate this functionality and so far have disabled it. This functionality was active […]

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Opera 18 available for download

There have been many changes to the browser Opera has shown in the last three editions. The first major step taken by this browser has been the change to the engine used by Chrome, resisted by many traditional users. The new 18-Final version shows some radical changes. The interface has been rebuilt from scratch and […]

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Sharemouse presents improvements with ShareMouse 2

ShareMouse, an application to control two computers with one mouse. While not getting such good results in comparison with the Mouse without borders, worth as a good option to control multiple computers. ShareMouse makers now bring us the second part, ShareMouse2, with some improvements, but still can not control more than two computers without having […]

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Prototype Steam Console: SteamOS not be based on Ubuntu

Engadget has leaked some images of what will be the new Steam game console, along with some other details, including the operating system will not be based on Ubuntu, but it will be another edition of the same Linux made ​​by Valve. The prototypes of the Steam console will be shown at the upcoming CES, […]

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Facebook redesigns the “Like” and “Share” buttons

Facebook has announced a new design for the “Like” and “Share” buttons to help people share more and better content across the web. Today these two buttons have achieved tremendous popularity, because they are viewed over 22 billion times a day over 7.5 million sites. These buttons will replace the traditional “hand with thumb up” […]

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Microsoft still trying to fix the bug of SVCHOST in Windows XP

At a time that Windows XP will only get a few months of life and after 12 years of updates and patches, Microsoft is still trying to solve SVCHOST failure that causes the processor occupancy is set at 100% for long periods of time. The latest updates released should have solved the problem, but many […]

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Google announces Dart, a JavaScript alternative

The Internet giant has announced version 1.0 of Dart, a new web language that threatens to be a viable alternative and open source JavaScript, for websites and web applications. But in fact this language debut came a couple of years ago, but its implementation was not yet possible in programming. It was not until now […]

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