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Dec 10 2014

Techie Review: Able2Extract Professional 9

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Last year, I was given the opportunity to review a piece of software that was very capable of working with PDF documents; it was called Able2Extract. The Able2Extract application specializes in being able to extract information from PDF documents. Luckily, I was invited to review the software package again. As everyone should know, PDF documents are the standard in …

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Nov 05 2014

Expect Microsoft to claim victory for Windows 8

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    Windows 8 has been the Titanic of our day when it pertains to Microsoft operating systems. It was and still is a monster-ably deformed release of an operating system. It was Microsoft’s knee jerk reaction to not having a stake in the mobile market. Some how they thought that everyone was going to have …

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Apr 03 2014

Microsoft OneNote 2013 [free] – No Send to Blog

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Microsoft OneNote has been one of those applications from Microsoft and I thought was a good effort on their part. The application itself is not overly complicated and it provides a basic function build organize one’s information in several different environments; like home, work or school. one of the more attractive features of Microsoft OneNote …

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Jul 12 2012

AutoHotKey: Tracking Packages Quick

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Do you run in to situations on a regular basis where you have to track packages, update customers and make sure equipment arrives on time? And does your company have an antiquated system to handle those types of situations? If you said yes to those, you might like this… AutoHotKey continues to be one of …

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Jan 26 2012

Digsby: How to manually setup Facebook chat to use Jabber

Digsby is effortlessly one of my favorite Instant Messenger applications, but a few weeks ago I just couldn’t handle the amount of Facebook stuff it was throwing in my face. There were pop-up’s and distractions from the application I just found too distracting. And while I could’ve gone in to the settings and turn off …

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Sep 08 2011

Mozilla Thunderbird Plug-in: Follow Up

One of the most attractive things about Thunderbird is the extensions that can be loaded to expand it’s ability to gain something that the base application doesn’t have innately. I believe everyone has had a need to be able to right-click and say remind me about this later. It seems like such an obvious thing …

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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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Apr 29 2011

Problems with Microsoft Outlook 2010 not finding tasks and calendar items?

I have to use Microsoft Outlook 2010 with work and really hate it. I know hate is a ‘strong word’, but overall usage of the program is okay, but I prefer the world of Thunderbird better. I use Thunderbird with SocialMail at home and this works perfectly me for me. BUT, I was working with …

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Apr 21 2011

Useful tools: FileMenu Tools

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Windows Explorer lacks a lot to be talked about; even with the latest version of Windows. In everyday use of Windows Explorer I find situations where the base model just doesn’t cut it, and honestly I don’t understand why the version of Windows Explorer has been the way it has… there’s so much room for …

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Feb 25 2011

Techie Review: Google Picasa v3.8

The search for the perfect image/picture manager/organizer can be a heavy load on some; especially if you’re just starting out… how do you know what you need, or what you’re going to need later. It’s really hard to tell what options you’re going to need later on, and I know from experience that managing image/pictures …

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