If you’re totally new to the idea of building your own media center, let alone one based off a tiny and fanless micro-computer, you might be wondering exactly what’s in it for you. (If you’re completely unfamiliar with the Raspberry Pi, we’d suggest checking out the introduction to our tutorial: The HTG Guide to Getting Started with Raspberry Pi.)
If you're looking for a simple way to keep your notes, outlines, and pretty much any other text in sync across computers, Fargo is a webapp that runs in any browser and syncs with Dropbox.
Blurry images are universal in our life. There are many causes:
camera shakes, defocussing, or the rapid movements of the object.
Here we present SmartDeblur, a user friendly tool with comprehensive features aiming to remove the blurs and recover the details.
These discs can help you repair, restore, or diagnose almost any computer problem. You can run virus scans, backup important files, restore the boot configuration, cleanup temporary files, manage drivers and services, and much more.
If you have a large amount of data you wish to burn to disc and it won’t fit on a single DVD or CD, you can make the process easier by using burning software that supports disc spanning. Here’s how to do it.
VisualBee Enhance is a plug-in for Microsoft PowerPoint which takes a plain PowerPoint™ presentation and automatically enhances it, creating an exciting and
powerful showcase. VisualBee masters your content and selects appropriate
graphics to enrich your PowerPoint™ presentation from the extensive VisualBee
design bank or your own library.
KeepRecipes is a combination webapp and iPhone app. The webapp lets you organize and enter recipes into categories so they’re easy to search and dig through later when you want to find something specific. You can also search other recipes members have added to their own accounts to see if there’s something you’d like to try that another user knows how to make.
Office 365 is Microsoft’s smart and simple answer to cloud computing. Using the various programs in Office 365, you can do all the tasks you’re use to doing in your favorite Office applications – write documents, create presentations, check email, manage your calendar, crunch numbers, and more – and then share what you create in real time on a team site, design and publish a website, and even create and host live online meetings while you’re travelling on the train, sitting in a coffee shop, or dialing in on your phone.
The open source community has created dozens of projects to help you create, find, edit, organize and manage your audio and video files. Here are 60 of the best open source tools that can replace commercial audio/video software.
Whether you're headed back to school this fall or you just want a better way to keep your notes, memos, and other tidbits of information organized, you have a number of applications to choose from. Some of them just help you get your thoughts down quickly, others sync with online services that organize your notes for you. Here are, based on your nominations, the top five apps or services for the job.