Software

Maintain your notes with NoteFly

Windows Vista’s sidebar includes the note gadget which I use to take quick notes. Many of the note applications that I have come across have usually been shareware. On the hunt for an excellent sticky note application, I came across NoteFly.

Quickly fix Windows 7 problems with 7 Quick Fix

If you’re using Windows and not running a good antivirus, then you have a high probability of getting your computer infected. While you may be able to disinfect your computer at a later date, some virii can mess up a lot of settings that your antivirus can’t fix. Or, maybe you’re just looking to tweak a few settings in your Windows 7 installation.

Why Rip a DVD When You Can Rip A Blu-Ray?

Why Rip a DVD When You Can Rip A Blu-Ray? Alright, the fact of the matter is that, if we are going to be talking about ripping, we might as well be straight with one another. The days of ripping DVDs are over.

Get music, videos, films and podcasts free with AudialsOne

There is a wealth of music available on the internet. While internet radio has been around forever, it is only recently that I tried it out. The problem with internet radio is that you need a fast enough (and unmetered) connection to listen to the music, which isn’t a luxury we have in India.

A good alternative in this case is to record the music from the radio station. AudialsOne is one powerful software that allows you to record music from radio stations as a basic option and a lot more as an advanced option.

The software is so feature rich, that one post cannot do justice on it. I’ll try to do some justice to the software in this review by covering some of the main features.

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10 years, 10 dollars, 10 days of Ashampoo

Ashampoo has finished 10 years of providing really good quality software at really affordable rates, not the mention the regular promos and deals. To celebrate their ten years, Ashampoo has a great promo deal going on that is will end on 10/10 … way too many tens I tell you!

Control your tasks and processes with Auslogics Task Manager

Ever see your CPU usage spiking or the occasional process eating up a bit more memory than desired? Windows Task Manager is a great tool for this, however, if you are looking for something a bit more powerful, you might want to try out Auslogics Task Manager. Auslogics Task Manager will allow you to view the applications, processes as well as services that are currently running.