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Sep 27 2016

Dragon Professional Individual Version 5 – Auto Transcription Sample Rate Problems

A couple of weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to do a product review on Dragon Professional Individual version 15. I like to try to go to the product/software as much as I can and test various aspects of its functionality. Dragon Professional Individual focuses on professionals who use speech recognition as a way …

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Nov 20 2015

Review: Bitdefender Internet Security 2016

It’s hard to believe that there’s people in the world that are working just as hard to infect and steal your personal information as there are making a living at trying to protect you from those threats. That comparison may be off by quite a bit. There’s quite a few vendors/products on the market that …

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Jul 15 2015

Review: PDF Converter Elite 4

I was recently approached to do a review on some PDF converter software, PDF Converter Elite 4. I’ve taken last week or so to look over the software, to play with it and test its abilities.I have always felt that the key to proper document management is the ease of use, abilities and cost-effectiveness. PDF …

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Sep 15 2014

Understanding Misunderstood Emails

With bad e-mail exchanges, it takes two to tango. If you’ve ever owned a computer, most likely, you’ve been on the Internet. One of the most common ways of communication on the Internet is email. Email is the established backbone of Internet communications. Email was there long before social media or instant messaging. If you …

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Jan 27 2014

Microsoft Windows Defender provides ZERO protection – nice try?

Yes. Microsoft’s Windows Defender provides ZERO protection for your PC [Windows 8]. That’s what the latest antivirus testing from AV-TEST.org says. The question begs, why would Microsoft even continue to offer it? Wait. What’s Windows Defender? It used to be Microsoft anti-spyware, but the application has evolved over the years from just anti-spyware to Microsoft’s …

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Jan 03 2013

Why Now Isn’t The Time To Purchase A Big-Screen TV…

The enticement to purchase a big-screen TV is always driven by someone’s will and desire to have something like that. They just decide one day that they want to have a car, or house or a big-screen TV. There may not be anything you can do about persuading them not to purchase those types of …

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Aug 29 2011

TeraCopy: Who is Windows 8 copying today?

The blog from Microsoft on the latest invents for Windows 8 is actually refreshing. Showing what they’re working on in Windows 8 and what’s going to be changing. But I’m not able to help but think about the latest release of Apple‘s operating system where they took parts of what other developers were doing and …

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Aug 11 2011

The Battle for voice recognition with Smartphones

The struggle to get voice recognition in to the lives of everyone who uses a Smartphone is still on. And this can be shown in the latest listing of iOS features from Apple. The feature listing from iOS 5 includes a tight integration with voice recognition and the use of the same technology Nuance provides …

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Mar 30 2011

Yahoo! Messenger – the latest application to avoid

There’s been Instant Messenger clients on the market and on the web for years now, and some could easily simply take everything that passes via Instant Messenger is completely private… Yahoo is making sure that this ideology is changing today. Yahoo has decided that they are going to be the Internet police for instant messaging; …

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Oct 27 2010

How to use FLV files with Windows Live Movie Maker 2011

I hate the idea of having to convert data to be able to use it with Windows Live Movie Maker, but that’s what most people will tell you to do; including Microsoft forum support. And technically the support technicians would be correct. They even have a page that supports that fact. They’ve a page they …

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