While ABBYY may seem like a spelling mistake it actually is the name of a software solutions company that makes the one of the best OCR software in the world. For those who don’t know OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition which simply is a technology that goes through scanned documents and/or digital photos of text and number and then converts that un-editable data into editable text that can be saved in various formats. By converting your documents into editable text you increase your ability to search for important documents (eg.
When making a computer based tutorial/presentation youâ€™re required to get specialized software that will capture both your voice and your movements onscreen. Some of these software cost hundreds of dollars are bulky to install and are espcially confusing to setup.Â For example when choosing which video and audio format to use to save your actions in.
I often come across files that I have problems to open. Sometimes it is because Windows won’t recognize it on its own and give options with limited software that might be able to open the file. I have found one of the most unique and innovative ways, to not only find out about obscure file types that lie on your harddisk, but also to find open source software in a natural yet remarkable manner.
Why use an old software? Well in my case its because I want to achieve a task at hand without unnecessary fuss. Iâ€™m not the kind of person who upgrades his computer every 2 months so if the latest version of MSN messenger is too slow on my computer I just go back to using an older version!
For me, when it comes to saving images on the internet all I need to do is visit Picasa and manage my photos online. Not only because it is safe but it also lets me create albums, collages, batch edit and the best of all apply effects to images. If you’re like me and would like to learn a way to make a backup copy of these images on your local hard drive then you’re on the right path of the road.
As the internet becomes increasingly a part of our lives, protecting your data becomes equally important! Especially when it comes to preserving your valuable memories! SocialSafe.
Youâ€™d think that after the success of their web based office tools Google would offer a simple backup solution to safeguard your online documents. Iâ€™m not sure when theyâ€™re going to enter with their solution however we as user no longer need to wait on them! Say hello to GDocBackup, an open source, freeware Google document backup utility thatÂ backups your documents by exporting them into a readable file format onto your hard disk.
One of the major reasons I detest Windows Vista is because of the magnanimous bloat that it carries around as “necessary” default “features.” While this bloat has a tendency to annoy on desktop PCâ€™s (e.g.
When writing an article for any blog I make sure to collect maximum information about the post and note it down on Notepad because I always find it hard to switch from one tab to another. I do that because there isn’t just one source of information I use. I like to take opinions of all the popular websites out there and even test out the services I’m writing about and then present it to our readers so that they don’t get disappointed.
Flickorama provides a cool Flickr 3D viewer that allows you to search and view pictures from Flickr as a 3D photostream. You can view these images in horizontal and vertical angles. You can even manipulate the photostream back and forth, left or right with your mouse, hence creating the 3D effect.
Featuring free Link backup applications for any sort of backup need. You can use these applications to perform a complete back up of a file, data, database, system or server. BackupPC (Graphical User Interface) BackupPC is a high performance free backup software suite for Linux that comes with a web-based user interface.
The best way to protect your images on the internet is by adding watermarks to them. I personally feelÂ that it is almost impossible to visit every webmaster and ask them to remove copyright images thatÂ originally belongs to you. Recently, I have discovered a new website that plays an important role by adding watermarks to yourÂ images and protect it from others.