Opera Mobile Emulator For Desktop

Until recently if you wanted to test and debug the mobile version of the site in Opera Mobile, the only way was to get a phone with Opera Mobile installed. Opera Mobile turned out to be a huge success on the iPhone topping the Apple AppStore in all countries simultaneously, but not everyone has the iPhone or Android handsets to check their site’s compatibility. Read More

Easy Way To Restore And Keep Desktop Icon Layout In Windows

The desktop is perhaps the most used and relied-upon location, we use it for temporarily storing documents, images, and so on, keeping track of things, fill it with soon-to-be-needed or frequently accessed data. Organization freaks like myself take advantage of the desktop by keeping icons in carefully mapped places. For example, I prefer to keep application shortcuts aligned with the left border of my desktop, while documents and images go alongside the right end. Most frequently accessed apps are hanging close to the top. Read More

Protect Document And Shapes In Visio 2010

Visio 2010 does not support high-level protection like it’s counterparts. While creating complex diagram in Visio, you might need to protect either whole diagram or a single shape. Fortunately, you can apply generic Office 2010 protection level, which is by default concealed. In this post we will let you know how to make this feature apparent and how to make use of it. Read More

How To Edit Body Header Title In Visio 2010

Visio 2010 includes list of new Border & Title styles which give better look to the diagram but changing them can be irksome as most of times we overlook the new open background window, which allows us to change the title, border box shape, and size. In this post we will be guiding you through how to insert and edit Border & Title. Read More

Change Default Email Font Settings & Theme In Outlook 2010

Changing font settings and adding image background in Outlook 2010 is a piece of cake, as you can change it from the font setting present in mail compose window. But wouldn't it be more convenient if you can change default font styles; font family,size color, etc? So that you don't need to change font settings all the time while sending email. Apart from changing font settings, you can also apply default theme from the list of Outlook intrinsic themes. Read More

Import & Link HTML Datasheet In Access 2010

Access 2010 lets user import web datasheet which could be very useful, especially when you are dealing with data tables saved in HTML format. Through importing them to Access 2010 database you can easily start defining data types and apply constraints. Apart from importing data table, you can also link web datasheet with Access 2010 database table which enables smooth synchronization between data tables. Read More

Efficiently Manage Your Bookmarks In Chrome With Bookmark Tree

If you’re a user relying heavily on bookmarks and like to keep them organized and categorized in folders, Bookmark Tree extension can help. This extension shows all your Google Chrome bookmarks in the form of a neat, tree-like structure for easy viewing, and opens every new bookmark in a new tab instead of navigating the user away from the current page. Read More

XP Style Network Activity Indicator For Windows 7

For almost all users who love Windows 7, we do miss one tiny little feature back from the days of Windows 98 SE’s glory, and up to Windows XP. Remember those two little monitor icons sitting in the system tray, indicating network activity by blinking innocently with traffic transmission? Used to be the easiest way to tell whether you network connection was alive or not. Read More

Powerful Photo Viewing & Editing With Hornil StylePix

Image processing software are a dime a dozen, and while various commercial solutions are available, they are either paid or lack advanced features. Hornil StylePix is among the the list of free image viewers and editors (Gimp and Paint.NET being the others) that  is both intuitive and feature-rich tool which can replicate several of the options present in commercial software like Adobe Photoshop. Read More

Disable Unsecure Windows Components, Hackers & Script-Kiddies

The first step to protect yourself against viruses, worms, and malicious code would be to disable unsecure and unused operating system components, hackers, and script-kiddies. Windows has hundreds of components that majority of users do not need but are enabled by default. Hackers can find any unsecure component and take control of the system, this won’t happen if the component itself is disabled. Read More

Docs.com: Create & Share MS Office Documents via Facebook

Microsoft and Facebook recently gushed forth Docs.com which will allow Facebook users to share and create Office documents on the fly. Docs.com, the web app is more like a stripped down version of upcoming Microsoft Office 2010, letting you to create and share Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations with your friends and peers. It is a brainchild of Microsoft FUSE labs, which has been focusing on creating online web app providing best social experiences. Read More

Great Picture Viewing And Editing Experience With Imagina

The name ‘Imagina’ may strike you as odd, but the software itself certainly will not. Imagina is the ‘next-gen image viewer and editor’ which utilizes advanced features such as 3D technology and hardware rendering to bring a new life to your images, supports video playback and offers extensive editing and fixing options, all packaged with a user interface that is awe-inspiringly beautiful. Read More

Remove Background Objects And Colors From Images

To remove background color or objects from an image can be really time consuming, and requires a high-degree knowledge and assistance of high-end software. Most of the times, the process works on a trial and error approach, with no definitive options unless you’re an advanced user using some paid solution. Easy Background Extractor automates this process, making it simple and accessible for free for an average user. Read More

Search Your Google Chrome Bookmarks With Everymark

If you have a huge list of bookmarks stored in your browser, or piles upon piles of folders within folders containing these bookmarks, it can become a real challenge to find one in the time of need. Manually sorting through your bookmark library is not an easy task, making it a tiresome effort. For users using Google Chrome, Everymark is an extension that allows one to perform search within the saved bookmarks. Read More

Android Ported To iPhone

Yes, it is possible and it is here! The famous iPhone Dev Team member planetbeing has successfully ported the Android OS to iPhone 2G, bringing something to the device that users have waited for a long time. In his blog post made yesterday, planetbeing shared a video with the world that shows an iPhone 2G successfully running Android OS. Check out the video after the jump. Read More