Sylpheed is a fast, light weight and a user-friendly email and news client. It will run on just about any Linux or UNIX compliant system – Linux, BSD, and Mac OS X. And works on Windows as well. The interface is 3-paned display, similar to popular email clients like Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird etc. The interface is also designed to emulate the mailers on Emacsen, and almost all commands are accessible with the keyboard.
Picjuice is a web application that allows you to quickly edit your photos. It is powered by Google App Engine, and offers all the standard editing options like crop, resize, flip, rotate, and adjust. The best advantage I saw of this tool was that we don’t need to install any hectic softwares, just for to make small changes to our photos. The only requirement I see is an Internet connection, rest it does not require any addons to work.
Blogspot is one of the most popular blog publishing systems available at the moment, and is being used by millions! Since Google has acquired Blogspot, it has been constantly adding new features to make it more productive and popular like WordPress. Blogspot is now more widely knows as GoogleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Blogger. Yesterday, Blogger added some new most-requested features to make it even better.
Trinity Rescue Kit is a FREE live CD (Linux distribution), ideal for repairing, rescuing and recovering your Windows computer and can be equally used for Linux as well. You can use this live CD to backup or restore your passwords, or stop/remove a virus before it starts damaging your computer. Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK) can be used to recover lost partitions, deleted files etc. all by using the FREE Live CD.
Google today announced about its latest application, Google Media Server. It’s a Windows application, powered by Google Desktop, finds photos, music, and video and makes it available to DLNA devices. These devices include PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and most media center PCs. That means you can now watch your media files on your TV, with the help of Google Media Server.
UndeleteMyFiles is a very useful freeware that can recover files which have been deleted accidentally, from hard disks, USB flash drives, CF and SD cards and other storage media. It is the quickest and the easiest way to recover files from digital media and devices, because of its simplified two-step process. Unlike most of other recovery softwares, this one is absolutely free to use.
BitLet is web 2.0-based Java applet, that lets you download torrent files on a computer that doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t have a BitTorrent client installed. All you have to do is enter the URL of .torrent file, and press the Download torrent button! A new popup window will show your downloading progress and will ask you where to save the file. It uses your browser as a torrent client and downloads files just as a dektop BitTorrent client does.
Ever thought you can test your ears using a computer software? Well, today I stumbled across one such freeware that can be used to test your hearing capability. Ear Test is designed to quickly test your ear’s capabilities to hear all frequencies of the audible spectrum, separately for each ear. You can measure with good accuracy up to which frequency you can hear and then compare your result with those of your friends and family.
The month of June seems to be very busy for Orkut. They are releasing a new feature every week. First, they started off with Orkut themes, then photo-tagging and status update features and two days ago, they added the ability for users to customize their profiles by drag and drop. Features sound more like Facebook-ish, right? That’s what they have been doing!