Keyboard shortcuts make it easy to use apps, but sometimes, it’s hard just to remember what shortcuts you’ve set. Often, the same shortcut does different things in different apps and that complicates things further. What’s needed is a universal system for managing these functions, possibly an app wearing a golden ring with something like ‘One shortcut app to rule them all’ engraved on it. Nifty
is a Mac app, available for $4.99 in the Mac App Store, that adds a dynamic toolbar on your desktop. The buttons on this toolbar change as different apps are active. The toolbar shows all open windows of a particular app, and lets you add buttons of your choice. These buttons can be app specific; they will appear only when that particular app is active, or they can be global; they will appear regardless of which app is active.
Even though Mango is awesome, and there are a ton of new features in it
, some of the changes might feel a little annoying to the users. One such controversial change is in Internet Explorer. With IE9, the interface of Windows Phone 7’s web browser has become completely uncluttered and simplistic. This might be a good thing in most respects, but things can get a little annoying when you want to find a particular snippet of text on the page, and the Find Text button just isn’t there. Thanks to the development community, you can still put these functionalities in IE9 without even having an unlocked device. Read on to find out how.
What’s the point of locking keyboard keys or mouse buttons? It’s the first question that comes to mind. If you are using a wheel mouse like me, you will know that there is a middle button. I have pressed this button thousand of times by mistake while scrolling down webpages, so I need to disable it in some way. Kid-Key-Lock is a simple free program that lets you lock keyboard and mouse functions easily.
Once you run this tool, it will sit silently on the system tray. Double-click this program icon and a Setup window will open. Read More
If you are looking for a tool that can help create some professional looking buttons without any graphic design experience, you came to the right place. DeKnop
(dutch for “The Button”) is a free graphic editing tool that is designed specifically for creating buttons for your website or blog instantly. By default it comes with two languages Netherlands and English, if you are looking to add your local language you can download the language pack from their website and install it separately.