The apparent “flat look” which the Redmond giant tried to adopt replacing Aero feels extremely incomplete and unpolished. Removing Aero for Desktop users made very little sense. Thankfully there exists a new way to bring it back.
FileDrop is a simple tool that you can use for sharing files between two computers that are on the same network. All you need to do to transfer the files is to install FileDrop on both the PC’s and make sure you are running it.
Tinuous is a very light and handy batch image processor for Windows that allows you to rename & re-size many images simultaneously.. A definite keep on your PC.
An Android enthusiast has successfully ported Android to Windows natively, which uses the Windows kernel instead of the Android kernel. Thus, it runs a lot faster and smoother than emulator supporting hardware acceleration as well.
While we do have feature packed contenders like Free Download Manager, those who would prefer something simpler yet robust are left with fairly limited choice. We have a new entry which fills this void.
If you are one of those having poor heat ventilation on your laptop and if your laptop is just too noisy to work with, here is a tip. Use inbuilt Windows cooling tech to tone down the heat dissipation and noise.
Now officially an adult Firefox, Firefox 18 has some really impressive under the hood improvements. We benchmark Firefox with the latest released browsers, Chrome 24 and Internet Explorer 10.0.1 only to find some shocking results
Adobe has provided a CS2 download page where you can download the CS2 suite with legitimate serial keys for free. All the individual components of the creative suite are also up for download.
Windows 8 Store is finally abuzz with apps from some big names. In case you missed the recent flutter in the Windows Store, we are picking five solid, must have Windows Store apps for Windows 8 and RT.
Robust webmail services like Gmail, along with ever improving functionality of mobile email apps pretty much sum up the reason why desktop email apps are vanquishing. Does Inky have a chance on Windows? Well, I am glad to say yes.