New Firefox Add-ons Manager Revealed, Coming Soon!

The latest trunk nightly build of Firefox (3.7 alpha 5 pre) has landed with the much-awaited overhaul to the Add-ons Manager. Dave Townsend has managed to put together the final patches and calls it, “a totally new extension manager backend that will make it easier for us to improve and build upon in the future”, which shows that there is much more than a simple UI change. Read More

Convert Password Protected Access MDB File To CSV Format

Export Microsoft Access MDB to CSV is a freeware app utility which allows database users to instantly convert MDB database file in CSV (Comma Separated Value) file. As database tool are not abound, using this app would be extremely useful to export database tables into CSV format which is widely used and can be viewed with a simple text editor. Apart from mere exporting MDB file, it also lets user convert 'password protected' MDB file in CSV, CSV separated with tab, and CSV text qualifier format along with revealing the password. Read More

PowerPoint 2010: ppTPlex Add-In Brings Multi-Touch, Zooming, & More

Microsoft labs recently gushed forth pptPlex for PowerPoint 2010 which provides an ultimate experience of creating appealing and captivating presentations. With this small add-in, your presentation will be empowered as it wraps up the whole presentation in canvas which presents smooth sliding for navigating through the presentation, eventually modernizes the way of presenting presentations to audience. Read More

Post Sticky Notes On Web Pages In Google Chrome

There are several handy note taking applications that you may use universally throughout your PC. Some are accessible through the system tray, some through keyboard shortcuts or any other method. But what if you want to take some note, and keep it, while browsing? Surely, you can use the native PC applications, but it can be cumbersome to remember which note went with what web page, and what part of the page. Read More

Monitor Windows Calendar Appointments From Your Desktop

One of the best bundled application in Windows Vista was the Windows Calendar. With its wonderful syncing abilities, flexibility and ease of use, it was a top choice amongst users, and the decision to take it off in Windows 7 was certainly not well received. Time Keeper is a sidebar gadget for Windows Vista and 7 that relies on Windows Calendar, and brings a neat feature to your desktop. Read More

Remove 50 Known Fake Antivirus Software From Windows

As computer systems have evolved, so has malware. What used to be just viruses are now trojans, worms, rootkits etc, each bringing some different harm to the system. With increasing security from Antivirus software, malware took a new guise, and started turning up in the clothing of an antivirus software itself. Read More

Read RSS Feeds From Windows 7 Taskbar

The Windows 7 taskbar was one of the major overhauls that set this version of the OS apart from previous Microsoft offerings. While the taskbar can be useful in many ways, one developer thought it great to give the users the flexibility to monitor their RSS feeds right from the taskbar itself. Hence Taskbar RSS was born. Read More

How To: Save Energy By Reducing CPU Usage

Granola is a simple Power Management tool which reduces CPU usage slightly to save energy. While not gaming or designing, your CPU still uses more energy than needed when browsing the web or using desktop tools. Do you want your CPU to waste energy while you are browsing GMail or playing a YouTube video? We believe not. Read More

Directly Send Word 2010 Document To PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint 2010 provides a lot of features and tools to make an awesome presentation, creating one from the scratch takes a lot of time to summarize the content of the detailed document. Word 2010 now lets user send the document content instantly to PowerPoint presentation slide which lessens the time for creating a presentation. Also it saves multiple copy/paste operations. Read More

Send Word 2010 Document Directly To Mail Recipient via Outlook 2010

Office 2010 apps provides smooth interoperability which allows user to work with the variety of features included in Office 2010 apps. Word 2010 includes a superb feature which lets user send email directly from it’s window without opening an Outlook mail compose window. What it does is to invoke an instance of Outlook 2010 that inserts email compose pane in Word document window to add recipient email addresses, subject and introductory note, in order to send email on the fly. Read More

Enable Search Pane In Visio 2010

If you're a heavy Visio user, then you may know that Visio includes a wide range of shapes, arrow heads, and other diagram material. It contains a multitude of shapes in respective diagram categories, sometimes while creating diagrams in Visio we need to find the specific shape, control flow or arrows. Searching for a shape from the list of diagram categories manually is indeed a challenge. Visio 2010 does provide users with a search feature, but it is hidden by default. However, it provides the user with an option to quickly unhide the search feature to find the required shape from its huge diagram material library. Not only does it allow you to enable Search feature, it also lets you configure search-related options including search for all words or any of the search keywords, sort results alphabetically or by group, open results in a new window, show warning when search results are greater than the defined number. In this post, we will show you how to enable the search feature in Visio 2010 stencil pane and how to configure it. Read More

Backup Twitter Tweets With MK Twitter

MK Twitter is a small opensource desktop tool for Windows to quickly download all Tweets in Twitter account for backup purpose. It is only able to grab tweets of all public accounts and doesn’t require users to enter the account credentials except the username. Read More

Remove Any Malware With The Power Of Custom Scripts

Malware comes in all shapes and sizes and so do malware removers. While most of them are effective at what they do, not all are able to fix certain persistent malware strings, specifically rootkit kernels, corrupted registry keys, etc. Sometimes, these operations require specific tools to be handled, but the downside is that you need a variety of tools to fix a variety of problems. There hardly ever is a one-stop solution. Threat Killer is a free malware remover engine that can remove any type of malware and fix any error utilizing custom, user-generated/defined scripts. Read More

Identify Windows Unknown Devices In Device Manager

Almost everyone has some unknown devices in the Windows Device Manager, which appears due to lack of driver installation. The biggest headache is to find out which unknown device is it? Most users will blindly install drivers of all devices, hoping that the unknown device will finally get recognized. Read More

Double Check Your Facebook Privacy For Public Content

Facebook is perhaps the largest online identity database, with millions of users pouring out chunks of their lives daily on the website. With activities of this magnitude, arises some big concerns of privacy, and there has been an on-going debate as to why and what Facebook makes public regarding its users. With the release of Facebook’s new Open Graph API, more and more users have begun to ask what Facebook is making public of their online existences. Read More

Install Language Packs In Windows 7 Home, Home Premium & Professional

One of the limitations of Windows 7 Home, Home Premium and Professional additions is that they don’t allow the installation and addition of language packs by default. The flexibility to use multiple languages is restricted only to Enterprise and Ultimate editions of the OS, where users can simply grab the language pack through Windows Update. Vistalizator solves this problem for users running these ‘stripped down’ versions of Microsoft’s latest operating system. Read More