Archive | August, 2009

Skype 2.1 beta for Linux

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 31 August 2009

It is known that Skype for Linux greatly lags behind the Windows and Mac version; it has fewer options and offers only basic functionality. Becouse the code is closed, Linux users can only remain the developers...
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Windows 7 tips: Create System Repair Disc to Fix System Errors in Future

By Admin | 28 August 2009

If you are still using Windows 7 RC or beta version on experimental bases you can always try new things and explore Windows 7 to customize with new things until Final Version is released. But, with...
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Film fresh – the new movie service

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 26 August 2009

Starting from today, the movies from Lionsgate, Paramount, Sony and Warner Bros. will be available for download online in the DivX format. DivX, Inc. and movie site Film Fresh on Wednesday announced that Film Fresh will...
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Nokia introduce Booklet 3G netbook

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 24 August 2009

Nokia introduce 10.1 inch netbook called Booklet 3G. It has Atom processor and 10.1-inch Hi Resolution display, HDMI output, 12 hour battery life, A-GPS and it also has integrated Bluetooth, 3G, Wireless and a hot-swappable SIM...
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Snow Leopard on August 28th

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 24 August 2009

Apple today announced that Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard will go on sale Friday, August 28 at Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers, and that Apple’s online store is now accepting pre-orders. Snow Leopard...
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Snow Leopard on September

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 22 August 2009

AppleInsider reports that multiple different versions of the site listed August 28 as the ship date for Snow Leopard for customers who qualify for the “up-to-date” program. This error has now been fixed, and the ship...
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How to add rar support on Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 21 August 2009

You can found many rar files on net: music, subtitles, pdf books, tutorials and when you try to unrar it in Ubuntu an error is occurred – the file is not supported. How to fix that?...
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Paypal with a hidden fees

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 20 August 2009

Original article is on www.i4u.com. Ars Technica reports on some new PayPal policy changes that could end up costing you where you least expect it. When they updated their policy in June, PayPal changed the way...
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Comfort of Web Development with Aptana Studio for Linux, Mac or Windows

By Admin | 12 August 2009

Aptana Studio is free, open source Ajax development environment. With over a million downloads, developers all over the world are discovering why Aptana Studio is the leading choice of web professionals everywhere. Studio offers free plug-ins...
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Windows tip: How to Load Internet Explorer Faster with Windows

By Admin | 12 August 2009

Internet Explorer plug-ins spent too much time to start, and this, no doubt slow down the overall performance of the entire browser. In IE8 in Windows, the user can see which browser plug-ins was started, and...
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Windows 7 tip: How to Speed Up Disk Defragmenter

By Admin | 11 August 2009

Windows 7 in the Disk Defragmenter tool than Windows Vista provides a more controllable option, the command-line version of it also provides some interesting new features. The following is a parameter Description: /R parallel processing of...
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How to Run XP Based Applications on Vista and Windows 7

By Admin | 11 August 2009

VistaUACMaker is a free application which can help you make windows xp based applications and programs to run with proper compatibility in vista and windows 7. As vista has introduced a new feature called UAC (...
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Free modeling and composition program for Linux – KPovModeler

By Admin | 07 August 2009

KPovModeler is a modeling and composition program for creating POV-Ray(TM) scenes in KDE. For most of the modelers, POV-Ray is nothing but a rendering engine and they bring a lot of limitations to the innate possibilities...
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Free Vector-based 2D animation software for Mac, Windows and Linux – Synfig

By Admin | 05 August 2009

Synfig is a Free, powerful, industrial-strength vector-based 2D animation software package, designed from the scratch for producing feature-film quality animation with fewer people and resources. While there are many other programs currently on the market to...
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Windows Performance Improvement Tips

By Admin | 04 August 2009

In spite of the bad press it has been receiving from the technical community, Microsoft’s Windows is still the most widely used operating system in the world – and that by a distance. Windows represents the...
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