Tag: GUI

Mar 14 2013

Windows Live Writer 2012: How To Return The Plug-in Sidebar

If you were among the many that were using Windows Live Writer 2009, you probably remember having a plug-in bar on the right hand side of the composition window; having direct access to the plug-ins that you have installed for Windows Live Writer. When Windows Live Writer got updated with the new user interface, Microsoft …

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Mar 01 2013

Techie Review: BlogJet 3 [3.0.7.2]

Hopefully after reading this post, you’ll be more educated about BlogJet 3 and be able to make a more informed decision about in investing in the software.

Apr 04 2012

Review: Windows 8 Voice Recognition Interface Continues To Disappoint

When Windows 7 was release it has voice recognition in it. My initial thoughts on the voice recognition was that it was good, but the user interface was for crap. Now, when I did that review, it was on a beta version of Windows 7; it was a release candidate— I recall thinking, this is …

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Aug 17 2011

Techie Review: Nuance’s PaperPort Professional 14

As anyone that’s in document imaging should know v14 of PaperPort has been released; conveniently skipping version 13 [superstitiously]. If you don’t know what PaperPort is, it’s the best document and image organizer in the consumer market right now. There are a few applications that make an attempt complete with it, but for the direct …

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Jun 03 2011

Not impressed: Windows 8 Sneak Peak Demo

After the world went ‘nuts’ over the sneak peak of Windows 8, I noticed that the interface they were demo’ing were all based on touch; there wasn’t anything there based on the keyboard and mouse. So, what Microsoft is saying is that their new user GUI is all based on tablet and touch screen abilities.They …

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May 18 2011

Techie Review: Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11

Somehow in the process, I was not included with the beta testing process, so I wasn’t able to get an advance copy of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11, but seeing as how much I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking it’s really a given that I would be upgrading to a newer version; especially since Nuance has decided to update …

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May 01 2011

Android: How to transfer files to/from your desktop

When you are dealing with portable devices, you may wind up with pictures, music or other information the Android device that you need to off load. And depending on where you are, may determine the easiest way to get that information to them. The process of getting files from your Android device to your desktop …

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Apr 11 2011

How to put a DVD Movie on your Motorola Xoom

The Motorola Xoom is a great tablet device. I find myself taking it everywhere to do do everything and it’s even better in situations where I have nothing to do. To be honest I find that my wife uses it much more than I do, but it’s uber-handy to have around. I have not made …

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Apr 08 2011

Free Screenshot Tool: Greenshot

Ladies and gentlemen, with as many articles that I generate for how to’s and reviews and other issues; having a good screenshot tool ready when you are is nice. I did a review on ZScreen last July, and it had some great features; namely the ability to upload your screenshots directly to an image service …

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Mar 18 2011

AutomateIt brings ‘smart’ to your Android phone

If you’re searching for an application for your Android that’ll help you get things done smarter, faster, or keep you from having to do things you always do when you’re at certain places. AutomateIt can accomplish this for you. Yeah, there’s other applications that do this too, like Locale and Tasker, but the GUI for …

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