Tag: task manager

Jun 04 2013

Techie Review: Nuance Dragon Notes

Nuance has released a new software package called Dragon Notes. The point of Dragon Notes is to be able to capture random thoughts and ideas/snippets  of information and allow the user to organize the information for later. Dragon Notes has the ability to transcribe what the user says and convert that to text. The converted …

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Aug 10 2012

My Dragon NaturallySpeaking tweaking tips

I’ve been an user of Dragon NaturallySpeaking for an over extended period of time; it’s a massive boost to productivity and key to getting things like emails, documentation or just getting your thoughts out on something really quick. I was recently in an online chat with the Dragon NaturallySpeaking [Nuance] team the other day in …

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Apr 21 2010

Tinkering: Firefox 3.6.3 Plug-in 1

I downloaded this today and was playing with it. This version is supposed to have the process isolation; running the processes in separate functions. And for the most part, I think it’s a bit snappier. I did tests on loading various websites; I was using Firefox, Opera and Chrome […] I don’t even bother with …

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Feb 01 2010

Microsoft Outlook Steals Performance

I’m not going to argue the point that Microsoft Outlook is a very popular email client, and it’s the most used, and desired, function of Microsoft Office, but I think at what cost are we using it? Microsoft Office/Outlook 2007 is not my email client of choice, but I’ve to use it at work. Every …

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Sep 28 2009

Things I Like about Google Chrome

My primary browser is NOT Chrome, but I keep it loaded for testing and as an option; you should always have options. But Chrome is not one to be dismissed it’s got some power and speed. And while the browser doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of… say Firefox; it hasn’t crashed on me …

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Oct 18 2008

Task Explorer

I personally have this program and use it when I need more information than the standard dollar general store version that came with Windows. I recommend this product [smile]. I’m not a doctor, but I take some of the medications they prescribe. Regards, NapoleonAG clipped from lifehacker.com TaskExplorer Is Attractive, Powerful Task Manager   No …

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