QuickOffice 6.0 with Office 2007 Support

by on January 31, 2009
in Mobile Apps

quick-office-iconQuickOffice is an all-in-one suite for Symbina S60 phones, which allows you to create, edit and view Office document right on your Symbian device.

You can edit your documents in its original formatting and retains its quality just as it was in your computer.

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Free Open Source Video Editor for Linux

by on January 30, 2009
in Linux

pictureAcidemux is a free open source multi-format, cross-platform video editor for Ubuntu Linux,  specially designed for simply cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. It supports many file types, including AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4 and ASF, using a variety of codecs.

This program is written and available for almost all distributions of Linux that are capable of compiling C/C++, GTK+ and the SpiderMonkey ECMAScript scripting engine.

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DestroyTwitter: Desktop Twitter Client

by on January 30, 2009
in Freewares, Social Networks, Softwares

destroy-twitter-iconI think, right now, Adobe AIR is all dominated by Twitter clients, because every new Twitter app or client you download is powered by Adobe AIR.

In between hundreds of Twitter clients, a new client has popped up which is rather addictive and provides one of the most simple, light and easy-to-use interface.

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Free Windows File Manager

by on January 30, 2009
in Freewares, Softwares

All Windows versions feature a file explorer for managing and files, folders and other data, but it is not an all-purpose, feature-packed file manager.

Nomad.NET is a powerful file manager written using .NET technology and comes with a simpler, elegant and polished UI with support of themes.

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How to Uninstall IE8 Beta in Windows XP

internet-explorer-8Microsoft’s new OS Windows 7 is packed with Internet Explorer 8 beta, which the blogosphere reviewed it, criticized it and tagged it as another crap from Microsoft. Many people liked new added features with its Windows XP compatible versions and updated their existing IE to IE8.

But now if you want to uninstall IE8 Beta and want to roll back to your previous version then simply follow these steps:

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Opera Mini 4.2 for Android

by on January 29, 2009
in Browsers

opera-mini-logoOpera Mini for Android was in beta stage since November 2008, but the Opera team has finally made it live, the final Opera Mini 4.2 for Google Android.

It is is an award-winning  Java-based web browser for mobile phones, which is being used by more than 44 million people!

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Offline Gmail with Google Gears

by on January 29, 2009
in Google, Tips and Tricks, Web 2.0

google-labsWe all know how Gmail Labs has been releasing new experimental features to enhance Gmail experience. Since the release of Google Gears, there has been rumors of Gmail adding support for offline mode, but nothing happened at that time.

Today, they released the most awaited feature “Offline Gmail” for US and UK users. You can now access Gmail in offline mode i.e when not connected to the Internet.

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Backup IE Favourites, Settings & Passwords

Not everyone use Firefox as their primary browser. There are still many people who use Internet Explorer for their daily browsing on their home and personal computers.

In that case, sometimes you might need to change your computer, but don’t want to lose your IE settings, favorites, passwords. By default, Internet Explorer does not provide any feature to export, or backup them all.

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Internet Explorer 8 RC1 Released

by on January 27, 2009
in Browsers, Microsoft, Softwares

Microsoft has just released an update to the next version of its web browser, Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) Release Candidate 1 (RC1).

Just a couple of days ago I shared links to a leaked version of IE8 RC1, and here we are with the official release from Microsoft.

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