Monthly Archives: September 2009

Copy Path

  Copy Path is a small, free Windows shell extension that adds the ability to copy the path, folder path, or filename within the right click shell extension menu. It works on individual or multiple selected files and folders. While … Continue reading

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Windows 7 Logo Program ~ 32bit need not apply!!

  Yes you heard right and while gaining a Windows 7 logo certification may rule out many of the Netbooks that are available now, I do personally think it is a great idea and leaves less ambiguity to choosing a … Continue reading

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Vista Services Optimizer *also for Windows 7*

  There are times when you really do not wish or want to delve into the registry and many of the various services settings within Windows to achieve a smoother running PC, so this is where an application like Vista … Continue reading

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'Time telescope' could boost web

  “Researchers have demonstrated a "time telescope" that could squeeze much more information into the data packets sent around the internet. Rather than focusing information-carrying light pulses in space, like a normal lens, it focuses them in time. The telescope … Continue reading

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Microsoft Security Essentials ~ Released

  Today Microsoft launched their free replacement for OneCare that had been around for a number of years but want not all that popular, Microsoft are hoping to address this with a simple to use free option as the Get … Continue reading

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Microsoft increases search share

    Microsoft’s Bing search engine is making inroads into Google’s dominance of the search market according to data from US net measurement firm ComScore. Its latest figures show Microsoft’s share of the search market has grown from 8.9% in … Continue reading

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BT offers solution for notspots

  BT has announced a pilot of a new technology it hopes will allow UK homes currently not served by broadband to get access to faster speeds. Broadband Enabling Technology (Bet) can provide between 1 and 2Mbps (megabit per second) … Continue reading

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MailBrowserBackup 0.2

  Backing up Favourites and Email settings can be a chore, but this free application takes the trouble out of backing up your Favourites and Email settings, works with many of the popular browsers and email clients.    With MailBrowserBackup … Continue reading

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Image Resizer Powertoy for Windows 7

  The very popular XP Powertoy in Image Resizer has been ported by Brice Lambson  to work on Windows 7, not only 32bit but there is a 64bit version too, this application is a really good easy way to resize … Continue reading

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Windows 7 House Party

  Microsoft with the forthcoming launch on the 22nd October 2009 of Windows 7 the next exciting version of the Windows Operating System are announcing a Launch Party so that many folk who wish to celebrate the launch day can. … Continue reading

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