Articles categorized as "software"

Speccy tells you what your computer has in it

Frequently, in the act of diagnosing computer problems or deciding which parts to order for upgrades, we find ourselves wanting to know about the hardware components inside a computer. A new program aims to make it easy to know as … Continue reading

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AuctioneerTech Firefox add-on collection

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Fixing Firefox

Image via Wikipedia Wednesday’s post showed how a simple extension called Weave can synchronize your Firefox passwords, bookmarks and other preferences between computers. That’s all fine and good, but what happens when you are installing a fresh copy of Firefox … Continue reading

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Mozilla Weave – synchronize Firefox among multiple computers

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Fixing Firefox

Anyone who uses multiple computers has the struggle of maintaining productivity across different environments. Web browsers store passwords and bookmarks and preferences on each computer. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way to have each computer automatically synchronize … Continue reading

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Google Picasa provides fast and easy photo management

Image via Wikipedia Sometimes there is a piece of software that is so obvious for a specific need that we make assumptions. We assume that everyone uses it and, if not, that those who don’t at least know about it … Continue reading

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Microsoft Security Essentials – no more anti-virus subscriptions

Image by nDevilTV via Flickr On September 28, Microsoft announced the general release of a new product called Microsoft Security Essentials. It’s the successor to OneCare, Microsoft’s prior for-pay security package. Security Essentials has been in limited preview under the … Continue reading

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