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27 Mag/10

PCMOVER IMAGE ASSISTANT RESTORE XP OR VISTA

PCMOVER IMAGE ASSISTANT RESTORE XP OR VISTA

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Ripristinare un’immagine disco su un computer diverso, in generale significa che qualsiasi contenuto già esistente sul disco rigido viene eliminato, e la macchina viene restituita a uno stato precedente, infatti avremo grosse difficoltà ad avviarla e quindi perderemo: le impostazioni, i programmi, documenti, etc. Con l’avvento di PCmover Image Assistant, a detta della Laplink Software, sta introducendo un nuovo...

15 Nov/09

Convert iTunes PodCasts Into RSS Feeds

Convert iTunes PodCasts Into RSS Feeds

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The iTunes store is offering a good selection of podcasts that iTunes users can subscribe to. Apple uses its own format to serve the podcasts which is problematic for two groups of users. Those who do not want to use iTunes and those who cannot use iTunes. The former group likely uses another software program to subscribe, manage and listen to podcasts while the later are Linux users who do not have the option to install...

21 Ago/09

Listen for Android Finds and Plays Podcasts [Downloads]

Listen for Android Finds and Plays Podcasts [Downloads]

Android: Google is giving podcast fans a free and easy to find app, Listen, that searches, downloads, queues and plays audio shows. It’s great at finding and playing podcasts, but could be just a bit more intuitive in managing them. I’d previously pointed out Acast as a highly configurable, worthy podcast manager in our roundup of 10 neat and productive Android apps. While Listen is a bit easier to get into, the type of users that does heavy podcast listening may find themselves...




21 Dic/08

Roll Your Own NPR Podcast Feed [Podcasts]

Roll Your Own NPR Podcast Feed [Podcasts]

If you’re a fan of National Public Radio programs but never find the time to listen, now you can get shows related to your search terms delivered as podcasts. The basic use is to name your feed, type in a few keywords, then grab the feed (automatic iTunes and Zune links are provided). Unless you love deleting untouched podcasts, though, you’ll want to get specific on those searches, as the feed generator delivers everything in which your terms pop up, and NPR hosts a whole lot...