Tag Archive: Plug Ins

Jul 22 2013

Adobe – Stats for Nerds – playful or insulting?

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Adobe Flash is one of those applications/plug-ins that ‘nerds’ hate for a few reasons. It’s bloated, it has security problems, it has one of the worst upgrade processes for a required Internet application/plug-in, and with the exclusion of Google Chrome adding this plug-in for your web browser is a PITA because Adobe doesn’t work with …

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Mar 14 2013

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

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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 12 2013

MRC Compose: Add Recipients In Thunderbird Like Microsoft Outlook

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One of the better plug-ins that I’ve been using lately has been MCR Compose for Thunderbird. it’s a great plug-in, I wrote about it back in November, but there’s been some updates to it and I wanted to shows some screenshots that are available for it. It changes the e-mail compose window to be something …

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Nov 07 2012

Thunderbird Plug-in: MRC Compose – Cool add-on

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Do you use Mozilla Thunderbird and not like the way you address emails to others as your composing? I was checking out the new plug-ins for Thunderbird the other day and I noticed there’s a new plug-in called ‘MRC compose’… If you’re a longtime fan of Microsoft outlook or if you’re transitioning to another email …

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Aug 11 2012

Awesome: Free Cloud based voice recognition for Chrome

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Yesterday, something great arrived on the internet. And it’s funny, because I was just talking about cloud based speech recognition. Cloud based speech recognition could revolutionize the way people get information on the internet.  The first bits of this blog were written with cloud-based speech recognition. The website was just created yesterday, but it’s something …

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Feb 24 2012

6 plug-ins for making the most of Thunderbird

Plug-ins, plug-ins, plug-ins… They are one of the best things an app can have. Ever expanding the abilities of an app to do things that the original authors perhaps not have thought of. Now in the world of e-mail clients, Thunderbird rules, in terms of being an e-mail client and having plug-ins. The updates for …

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Feb 09 2012

Internet Explorer continues glorious usage decline

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The days of Internet Explorer are slowly coming to an end, and any influence Internet Explorer might have had over the market place, or over the Internet, are damn near over. Seeing how Microsoft is able to maintain what grasp they have with the corporate world and their integration with the operating system, I don’t …

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Dec 31 2011

LEHSYS Report – December 2011

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This year has been outstanding for LEHSYS; better than any other. I’ve taken a few days off from writing because of the holidays season, but I’m sure some of you’ll understand, but I plan on getting back to the nuts and bolts of things here soon. It’s important to make an attempt spend some offline …

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Nov 25 2011

2012: Windows Live Writer Top 10 Plug-ins – Most Useful

Windows Live Writer is a fantastic offline blogging tool with a WYSIWYG editor. It interfaces with just about any blog service [Blogger, LiveJournal, TypePad, WordPress, etc.] If you’re a blogger you’ll find this tool incredibly helpful- and it’s refreshingly free from Microsoft. A large number of bloggers use Windows and use Windows Live Writer to …

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Sep 15 2011

So, Google’s Chrome is going to sole supporter of Adobe Flash?

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When Apple announced that it wasn’t going to support Adobe flash with its mobile devices, the world was stunned. How could something so popular not support Adobe flash? Then, it was a bold move… in another bold move, Microsoft has announced that Internet Explorer 10 will not allow any plug-ins— at all. This means Adobe …

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