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by on March 3rd, 2013

Every once in a while you may end up realizing that the installed programs list on your computer needs a cleansing operation. It is well-known that your system performance is highly dependent on the amount of resource consumption may it be hard disk space or memory or both by the applications installed on to your system. While uninstalling you may end up realizing that a third party application did not have an uninstaller in the package and deleting all relevant files would only lead to erroneous registry and slower system performance. In such situations, you require an uninstallation assistant that would eliminate the respective programs and remove all traces of it from the hard disk, registry and the system settings. With IObit Uninstaller, you can easily rid yourself of those undesired toolbars and programs that you have tried your utmost to dispose off. In addition it allows you to re-scan your system to remove any leftovers for good.

by on March 3rd, 2013

With mobile and internet technology reaching all corners of the world and till the very depth of your pocket, wherever you go, book reading has become a rare necessity. People often preferring conducting a Google Search instead of the extensive exercise of going through a book. But despite these shortcuts, the only thing technology has been able to do is identify the loyalty of reading enthusiasts. Quite often you may endure a temptation to buy a book and place it tidily in your bookshelf waiting to be read, one day. Instead with the frequency of flipping a page, mobile devices and other books start flocking your bookshelf and your workplace giving out just the studious and thoughtful impression you need. Shelfari is an online repository for information regarding a variety of books on various topics by a range of writers. It allows you to create virtual bookshelf where you can place all the books in your wish list or those that are present in the physical bookshelf. In addition to organizing them in multiple sections, you can add reviews, details and information regarding the book while exercising the right to connect it with the social media whenever needed. Hence, discussions are easily generated by people of mutual interest giving rise to a stronger conviction towards reading and sharing the lessons with the public.

by on February 28th, 2013

If you’re looking for a browser that is built on innovation and is based on the cloud striving hard to remove your dependency on devices and platforms. If you’re looking for a more private, secure and a faster browsing and in turn, Internet experience in a manner that your bandwidth is effectively utilized yielding efficiency and consistency in responses, Maxthon is the solution for you. You might not want to shift your usage from the popular Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or even the latest Internet Explorer but Maxthon is surely different. Yes it’s cloud based, meaning that it synchronizes and channelizes your browsing experience in a seamless or unified manner by supporting devices like Tablets, smart phones (Android, iOS), etc. and operating systems like Mac OS X and Windows. It backs up your data on the cloud making it accessible wherever you go whenever needed. The Cloud Sync feature automatically synchronizes user data, history and tabs across the platforms and supported devices depending on your needs and requirements. Similarly, Cloud Push, Cloud Download, Cloud Share are also some other features that distinguish this browser from many others out there and an online information retrieval system speeds up the fetching and loading times providing near-to-instant web surfing and response times.

by on February 27th, 2013

With social media platforms getting ever more popular, and our day to day activities being profiled in places like Facebook Timeline and the like, seldom do we use our social footprint to analyze our behavior and save time. Documenting your habits and personal trends can help you know more about you and why build a brand new resume when you have everything shared on Facebook? In addition, there are many online tools that help you create documents in forms relevant to text, spreadsheets and presentations but rarely do they resemble the output produced through the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Well, I for one was amazed to see a new initiative by Microsoft FUSE Labs termed simply as Docs. What’s so special about Docs? Well, you can create and save all professional work online in the official Microsoft environment that provides you the comfort of using the Office applications online. In addition, with just a few clicks, you can extract statistics regarding your Facebook Friends’ List (gender and location distribution to mention briefly), Resume (derived from your Facebook information) and Slideshow (a collection of memories from your Facebook photos). Read on after the jump to realize what you are truly missing in the sphere of social media.

by on February 27th, 2013

Watching videos is a hobby for some while a learning experience or a discovery for others. If you’re bored, searching for your favorite terms on popular video sharing websites would definitely help you in passing time as well as knowing more about the keyword you searched. For instance, searching latest technology on YouTube would present an extensive list of videos made available by a diverse set of contributors that own the specific channel. Now, what happens when you’re so involved and interested in a particular topic that you want to automatically go through the related videos without having much to bother about or click. Like a super playlist, somehow related videos would just play in high quality till you have something more important to do. Well, your multimedia dreams have come true, thanks to Show Me Nonstop, an online web service that allows you to search for whatever you require or are passionate about and automatically shows you the videos one by one, nonstop. It’s like aggregating all videos you’re interested in and playing it automatically for your ease and entertainment.

by on February 26th, 2013

For those of us involved in any task that relates to the end user especially or even as a means of communicating ideas and reports to coworkers and bosses, it is essential to create visually attractive presentations that can easily keep the target audience involved without delving into utter boredom. Gone are the days when text-only presentations with a low, monotone voice would be considered sufficient in relaying ideas to others. In addition, with the internet penetration into our lives coupled with smart phones finding their way into the corporate’s pocket, the demand for an effective presentation creation and sharing solution has increased keeping in view new and innovative ways of presenting your ideas. Apart from having access on the go, a presenter often looks for that awe-factor that would impress anyone who goes through the work. Rvl (pronounced as reveal) is one such online tool that allows you to create presentations as HTML document with a few clicks and impressive templates and transitions. Furthermore, you can also export it as HTML code that can then be integrated onto websites or saved for offline use as a JS file.

by on February 26th, 2013

A picture is worth a thousand words and a video explains all those words. With popular video sharing websites like YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion as well as online learning opportunities through multimedia, the need for interactivity in web videos have increased. Many people have made video learning and information gathering a substitute for textual knowledge in other less attractive places like Wikipedia or any other links students run away from like maybe the online courseware link. In addition, marketers could definitely benefit from content rich videos by adding links to their products shown in videos while popups and images could explain things further. Event Organizers can add Google Maps to their web promo video and other links and information without downloading the video. For those of you who are puzzled, let it be known that Mozilla Popcorn has made all of this possible and Mozilla’s Director of Popcorn, Brett Gaylor explained this concept by saying, “Until now, video on the web has been stuck inside a little black box. Popcorn Maker changes that, making video work like the rest of the web: hackable, linkable, remixable, and connected to the world around it.”

by on February 25th, 2013

Keeping track of varied information related to a diverse range of topics from equally fresh sources would require some sort of information-gathering hub for you to organize and go through. There was a time when bookmarks were used to achieve this by filtering out links that really mattered in your view. But as the quantity of bookmarks started to clutter in your mind and in the browser, many looked for alternatives and found the concept of RSS feeds satisfying. Tools and websites began offering solutions to organize feeds from a large number of websites so that the subject gathered updates from all your favorite sources at a single place. Google Reader even introduced the concept of bundles where you could subscribed to a relevant group of interest-specific websites recommended for you. For example, subscribing to the Entertainment bundle would mean automatically subscribing to the Top RSS Feeds provided by the best websites in the Entertainment sector. Some people noticed how monotonous and dry such methods have become and provided us Feedly to transform RSS Feeds into a magazine-like visually attractive interface that could highlight things that were left out from our eyes only due to the monotonous feel of the news aggregator.

by on February 25th, 2013

Torch Web Browser - Your All in One Internet Browser

If you have a good internet connection with a healthy bandwidth ensured and you live in the present world of information, you would definitely have to deal with a habit called downloading. Unfortunately, some of us have to rely on third party download accelerators (to speed up the painstaking progress bar sometimes coupled with pause/resume feature), torrent managers and media grabbers (to download streaming videos and audios from popular sites like YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, Grooveshark and the like) that operate outside your browser. You can easily realize that having three different utilities, ignoring ads and popups caused by each (usually if they are free software), the subsequent system memory consumption and the individual progress monitoring related can be a nuisance in itself. Now, many of us use Google Chrome and are used to the clean and modern interface it offers, so what if all three functions (media grabbing, torrent and download management) could somehow get integrated into the same browser. This would imply an all-in-one solution for download enthusiasts out there. The recently released Torch browser is one such blessing that is based on the Chromium engine and offers you the ability to download audio and videos from a plethora of media sharing sites, provides slightly faster download speeds and a torrent manager within itself. To add on to this, it allows you to share webpages and links on a single click to your Facebook and Twitter.

by on February 25th, 2013

In case of technical troubleshooting or interactive learning, screen sharing is sometime needed to get the point across in an appropriate manner. For example, if I want a said person to install an application andthen edit the registry with some quick fixes, there are two methods of explaining the method to the other: firstly, by listing each step and documenting the entire procedure. Once this is done, sharing the document through an appropriate channel and then answering any queries before and after the change is made. Within the flow of this process, you may have realized that this is not meant for emergency situations. In those situations, a greater level of involvement is needed in the form of screen sharing and voice instructions. Unfortunately, many of the screen sharing applications require download and installing heavy software that would then share your screen with the other. Skype Screen Sharing is one such example but you can’t video Skype if this feature is in use. Screenleap for Gmail is a Chrome extension that allows you to instantly share your screen from within Gmail and your browser.

by on February 24th, 2013

Ever since the MIT launched its Open Courseware program, free online education has been the buzz word throughout the world. Stanford University, Harvard, Berkeley, every top university started following the trend. There are now hundreds of universities that offer open courseware for those who value knowledge and distance learning. These free online courses usually comprise of lecture notes, videos, handouts, quizzes, assignments and interaction with virtual classmates and sometimes the supervisor, too. The popular Khan Academy had also started its interactive lessons where viewers would get involved in the lecture pertaining to a specific topic while three important aspects were effectively addressed. To ensure that the attention of the viewer was focused on the video lecture, quizzes were then embedded on to the lecture and the video would not proceed till the viewer answered the question right. This revealed tremendous outcomes and promoted the cause of online education since this side of the industry saw more class participation than ever before. The other aspect was the language barrier, Khan Academy translated and made available its lessons in tens of languages across the globe so as to attract the most diverse audience possible. The third and most critical factor remained the price point as large educational institutes began expecting ROI and recently the online education sector experienced some hiccups. This post will shed some light on the Top 5 Free Online Virtual Education Portals out there that would enable you to avail free courses on varied subjects and earn certifications at the end of the day.

by on February 24th, 2013

In the world of finance, analysts and stakeholders with the latest information get most rewarded. In doing so, its equally challenging to keep track of a variety of indicators, trends and news, while managing your portfolios. Some may rely on tens of websites or services to achieve a more complete experience while others may find on-ground information more reliable. If you could wish for one web portal that aggregates all finance-relevant information with advanced search and analysis tools, Google Finance is meant for you. From Stock Markets to Investment Opportunities and Trends, this is one hub where everyone interested in getting the biggest and productive scoop from the financial sector can safely bank on. With useful features like real-time stock quotes, customized financial news, currency conversions (for Forex trading), portfolio management, watch lists, Financial Stock Screener, Domestic Trends and more, Google Finance definitely gives you the edge you need in the global market.

by on February 23rd, 2013

Quite recently we covered the reasons and advantages of upgrading your Hotmail to Outlook.com (see the respective post, From Hotmail To Outlook.Com: Is It Worth It?) and we recommended taking the step forward and to tell you the truth, all Hotmail accounts will be upgraded automatically, sooner or later (remember the case of Facebook’s Timeline, where many users avoided that new feature but ended up with the same later on in time). There is no connection between Facebook and Hotmail, but the only thing I seek to highlight from the prior example is, the Hotmail To Outlook.com upgrade is official now, so it’s best to upgrade before others. You might ask for one good reason: well, read about setting up a new alias after the jump and you’ll find out exactly why you need to do this. In addition, how exactly can you upgrade and benefit from the new features, this post will address the very same.

by on February 23rd, 2013

It all began with the launch of Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2013 by the tech giant founded by Bill Gates. Analysts were skeptical, no doubt, but with its new Metro UI interface and the cloud-friendly, touch-friendly interface with solid colors and a redesigned logo for each product, Microsoft has surely built ground for some major changes in its extensive range of products. The recent move has added more weight to the email service, Hotmail (or MSN, Windows Live Mail and the like). An email was recently sent out to Hotmail users by the Outlook.com Team urging people to upgrade from Hotmail to Outlook.com. In this post, we will analyze and asses the difference in features and benefits the proposed change has for you and is it really worth it? And if you’re a professional, this information is critical for you!

by on February 22nd, 2013

The internet is so rich with information that one can never predict what topic a person would be reading about at any instance in time. For example, you may be watching a video on YouTube and the thumbnail of a related video catches your attention, you click on it and then click another related video, and so on. In no time, you will land onto a video you would never have predicted of watching, although it usually ends up interesting and likeable. So what does this have to do with reminders, you might ask? Well, if browsing has become so involving and catchy that you loose track of time, then you definitely need reminders in helping you keep track of important time-sensitive tasks. Without timely reminders and task organization, you may end up in a messy state. RemindMe is a useful Chrome extension that allows you to setup and configure reminders in a user-friendly manner and keeping them synchronized across multiple platforms and systems so that you get reminded, wherever you go, for the better.