Check If Your Computer Can Run This Game

These days games are getting more sophisticated and complex which require higher computer configuration to run them.

Sometimes when you buy a long-awaited game and your budget-computer tells you “You can’t run it!”, how do you feel? This is the most depressing moment for a gaming lover like me. You never know whether a certain game will run on your computer or not.

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How To Deep Link to YouTube Videos

We all of us love YouTube a lot. I’m also a freak of You Tube videos. Whenever I get time, I just digg in YouTube and watch all the popular videos of the day. Sometimes I also show some videos to my friends and family.

But not the whole videos are funny. Sometime a specific part is good and my friends get annoyed when they have to watch the rest of the boring video. No worries now since YouTube team has come up with the Deep Link feature.

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VisualSage: Facebook on Desktop

by on October 31, 2008
in Facebook, Freewares, Softwares, Tools, Web 2.0

Okay, I’m finally out of the Windows 7 mania and have an interesting freeware to share that will be helpful to all Facebook-addicts (like me). I always wanted a complete desktop aplication for Facebook, and I’ve found one now.

Visual Sage for Facebook is an innovative Facebook chat and desktop application implemented by VisualSage, an innovative software technology company. This app is built upon Microsoft’s new technology WPF which shows all our friends at Facebook in a network.

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Microsoft Office Suite Applications Goes Online

by on October 31, 2008
in Internet, Microsoft, Windows

Microsoft has been unveiling some really interesting stuff at Professional Developers Conference. Windows Azure and Windows 7 have already made big news in the blogosphere.

Now Microsoft is planning to take its Microsoft Office Suite of applications online. The lightweight web-based version of these apps called, Office Web Applications will provide basic apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc  online which can be accessed from anywhere.

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Windows 7 Wallpapers

by on October 31, 2008
in Design, Wallpapers, Windows

Microsoft introduced Windows 7 to the public at Professional Developers Conference 2008, and since I have seen the first screenshots, I can hardly wait to get my hands on it. I’m now desperately waiting for the first public beta from Microsoft.

If you also liked it, here’s something that all Windows 7 fans are going to love. Two free wallpapers that have been inspired by the by the first official screenshots of Windows Seven at the Microsoft PDC 2008.

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Download Windows 7 Pre-Beta M3 Build 6801

by on October 31, 2008
in Microsoft, Tips and Tricks, Windows

Okay folks, it’s finally out – leaked actually! All the PDC 2008 attendees were distributed a free copy of Windows 7 Pre-Beta by Microsoft.

This alpha version is distributed in a free 160GB external hard disk which includes Windows 7 and all the PDC videos. Build 6801 has been leaked on torrent, which is a build older than what was shown at PDC.

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Download Windows Vista SP2 Pre-Beta Via Windows Update

Here’s something all Vista fans are going to like. The next security update, Service Pack 2, that is still in pre-beta can now be downloaded from Windows Update with just a small registry hack.

A couple of weeks ago, few Microsoft beta testers were given Windows VIsta SP2 to download and try. You can now also download Vista SP2 directly from Windows update using the trick given below. This registry trick makes a small change in your registry so that Windows Update thinks you are one of the beta testers.

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Photo Fun Just Got A Name, Photofunia

Gone are the days when we were bound to get help of designing softwares like Adobe Photoshop, Freehand etc. for editing photos, and playing with them but since the advent of Web 2.0, nowadays websites are getting equipped with some nice and handy features accessible in only one or couple of clicks.

Here is one such website that I would like to share with the readers of Sizzled Core that lets you play with your photos like no other. This website is a must visit for those who love to play with their photos.

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Extract Segments from YouTube Videos with Splicd

by on October 30, 2008
in Internet, Social Networks, Web 2.0

We all know that YouTube is the best source for finding video clips related to anything we want. You can find just everything there. But sometimes you may want to download a small portion of a video, but you have to download the whole long clip just because YouTube does not allow splitting.

Splicd allows you to isolate an interesting tidbit from a YouTube video and provides you with a link to share it with your family, friends, and colleagues.

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