Tag Archive: freeware

Mar 12 2011

LEHSYS Download Watch – 03/12/2011

These are some items that I notice, like to keep an eye on and also to notate any new programs/software that could be useful. I offer this as some links you should be curious about and if they can help you. This past week was like another tsunami [sorry] of browser updates. Firefox, Chrome v11 …

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May 31 2010

PaperPort Viewer 7 Doesn’t Work With Vista or Windows 7

This started off as an attempt to establish an export/convert tool for PaperPort MAX files and change them to something more standard like a PDF file. I already had PDFCreator installed, so I just needed a way to print; it’s all a failure and here’s why. While it may not be important to some folks, …

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Dec 01 2009

Freeware Download Watch

These are some items that I notice, like to keep an eye on and also to notate any new programs/software that could be useful. I offer this as some links you should be curious about and if they can help you. Check out these links… No related posts. This one is unique.

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Oct 30 2009

Making the comparison: Replacing WinZIP with 7ZIP

Can everyone agree that ZIP is a standard now? I think it’s a standard now. It’s basic functionality was built in to the Windows XP Operating System; you could open ZIP [compressed] files without doing anything. I’ve an associate that absolutely swears by WinZIP. It’s the end all be all of file compression and all …

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May 09 2009

Shrink Pic – Save Space and Bandwidth

If you like to share your photos with others and you have a never camera, you know [or should] the images they create are fairly large. And with Internet Service Provider’s treating bandwidth like a natural treasure, you need to think economy sized. Shrink Pic is Freeware tool which automatically detects when you send photos …

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Mar 11 2009

Minefield: Firefox 64bit – Still early…

I guess I’m among the early few that have a 64-bit operating system. While I can benefit from the speed and the additional resources, I have to put up with the shortcomings of various software providers. I was looking to take advantage of my system and it’s resources, so I recently downloaded Mozilla’s version of …

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Mar 09 2009

The 64-bit Count Down for Windows

For the past couple of years hardware manufacturers have been producing 64-bit systems. Microsoft produced a 64-bit version of Windows XP about seven years ago and for those poor bastards who actually loaded windows XP they realized that they were in a precarious situation because they were running an operating system that was not supported …

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Mar 08 2009

Explained: RSS feeds

So, you’ve see this ICON? You see it everywhere; well, what is it? What does it stand for and should you be afraid of it? It’s RSS (Really Simple Syndication) the indication that a site, page or content has the ability to be subscribed to. Hey- I never thought about it until recently, and I’ve …

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Mar 08 2009

Working with CD/DVD ISO’s

Create ISO (or ISO Creators) Creating an ISO is the same as creating an electronic copy of a CD without copying a CD. This doesn’t mean you can copy a copy-protected disc, but you can make back ups of CD like, personally created discs, music and driver CDs. These copies can be made and stored …

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