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7 Feb/11

Rainmeter 2 Brings Unified Installer, New Plugins

Rainmeter 2 Brings Unified Installer, New Plugins

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The popular desktop customization suite Rainmeter has been updated by its developers to version 2.0 The new version is fully backwards compatible to existing Rainmeter 1.3 or 1.4 installations and can be installed over the top of those versions. One of the biggest changes in Rainmeter 2.0 is the new unified installer which combines 32-bit, 64-bit and portable installations. The installer detects the Windows version of the PC and...

2 Ott/10

Refine Your Old Mouse’s Grip with Sugru [DIY]

Refine Your Old Mouse’s Grip with Sugru [DIY]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We’ve sung the praises of Sugru moldable silicone on more than one occasion. Instructables user gmjhowe shows us yet another great use: reinvigorating the grip on an old, worn gaming mouse. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Refine Your Old Mouse’s Grip with Sugru [DIY] Technorati...

29 Set/10

Ecosquid Is Like Expedia For Gadget Selling, Recycling [Gadget Recycling]

Ecosquid Is Like Expedia For Gadget Selling, Recycling [Gadget Recycling]

Services like Gazelle and ecoNew are great, because you can sell them your old, unwanted gadgets for a decent price, and they’ll be recycled, which is better than just throwing them in the trash. Ecosquid makes this process easy. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: Ecosquid Is Like Expedia For Gadget Selling, Recycling [Gadget Recycling] Technorati Tags: decent-price, expedia, gadget, gadget recycling,...




16 Set/10

Now Available: The Complete Android Guide

Now Available: The Complete Android Guide

My fellow Lifehacker Kevin Purdy has just published The Complete Android Guide, a soup-to-nuts how-to book on making the most of that Android-powered computer in your pocket. The book is available to browse freely online, as a $9 PDF or ePub file, and in print for $20. (This week only, if you follow @completeandroid on Twitter and send them a direct message, you’ll get a 20% discount code.) Congratulations to Kevin for publishing his first book, and to our publisher 3ones for continuing...

18 Ago/10

What’s in Your Backpack? [Ask The Readers]

What’s in Your Backpack? [Ask The Readers]

Your backpack is your constant companion throughout your academic career and, in many cases, long after. What are the essentials in your bag that get you through the day? More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: What’s in Your Backpack? [Ask The Readers] Technorati Tags: ask the readers, askthereaders, back-to-school, backpack, bags, constant, gadgets, go bag, none-solid, readers, show us yours, through-the-day,...

28 Lug/10

Yahoogle.co.jp!

Yahoogle.co.jp!

Just as Microsoft and Yahoo! have joined forces in search, now Yahoo! Japan and Google have linked up too. Yahoo!’s Japanese search engine will now just Google’s technology rather than stick with fellow partner Microsoft and their Bing search engine as reported by NeoWin. Yahoo! will also use Google’s advertising system and pass search data back to Google. Masahiro Inoue, Yahoo Japan President, said that after a thorough investigation they found that Microsoft’s...

21 Lug/10

Clipbox Stores Multiple Clipboard Entries

Clipbox Stores Multiple Clipboard Entries

If there is one thing that’s not so great about the Windows Clipboard, then its the fact that it only stores one entry at a time. New entries automatically replace the old entries, which can result in lots of copying and pasting if multiple items need to be pasted. Clipbox is a barebones clipboard extender that can store up to two thousand different entries with the possibility to increase that number further by editing the ini file in the same directory as the program executable....

15 Lug/10

Find All Extends Firefox’s On-Page Search Capabilities

Find All Extends Firefox’s On-Page Search Capabilities

The shortcut Ctrl-F opens the default on-page search form in Firefox. Here it is possible to enter a search term, Firefox will automatically jump to the first instance of the term on the page and highlight it. Additional options provided are to highlight all instances on the page, to match the case and to jump to the next or previous instance easily. The Firefox add-on Find All adds functionality to the on-page search in the web browser. A search is still initiated the same way, the functionality...

12 Lug/10

Three Options To Navigate UP In Windows Explorer

Three Options To Navigate UP In Windows Explorer

I just finished reading a guide over at Freeware Genius explaining how to add an UP button to Windows Explorer in Windows Vista and Windows 7, to bring back the Windows XP functionality to those operating systems. The UP button was used in Windows XP to provide the user with an option to display the contents of the parent folder. Microsoft has removed the UP button and replaced it with a breadcrumb structure in the Explorer address bar since then. These breadcrumbs can be clicked on to...

8 Lug/10

Digital Economy Act is challenged in UK

Digital Economy Act is challenged in UK

The UKs leading Internet service providers, BT and TalkTalk are set to seek a judicial review of the controversial Digital Economy Act, as reported by the BBC.  The two ISPs are reported to want the UK’s High Court to clarify the legality of the act prior to it coming into force. The act was one fo the last  actions of the UK’s Labour government before the general election last may that saw them thrown out by British voters in favour of a Conservative / Liberal Democrat...