Thursday, April 28, 2011

Manage movies on your PC with Movie Monkey

Movie Monkey2

If you have a ton of movies on your Windows PC, there’s nothing better than Movie Monkey to organize them. Sure, we all find it good enough to move through the folders manually and double-click to open them, but Movie Monkey does more than that!

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Improve Internet Explorer with Google Toolbar 7

I’ve always felt that IE9 was hollow unlike the others. The add-on gallery of Internet Explorer was revamped recently, but the collection out there is still the same. Without much ado, let’s see what Google Toolbar can bring to the table:

Saturday, April 16, 2011

3 Lesser Known uses of Revo Uninstaller

Revo Uninstaller is a popular software that helps you completely uninstall programs from your PC, including registry keys and some residual files which are usually left behind by the built-in installer. Users generally install Revo to be able to *just* uninstall their software. But, in this post you’ll find out that it can do a lot more than just that!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

How to Force Aspect Ratio on VLC Media Player?

I’m a big fan of TV Shows and VLC Media Player is all I use to play them on my PC. Sometimes, the shows I download are in SD i.e. 4:3 aspect ratio and it looks bad on my widescreen (23”) monitor and every time I ended up changing the Aspect Ratio after the video started.

Opera Turbo lets you access some US-Specific sites

Opera Turbo

I’ve been fooling around with Opera for a while and just found that Opera Turbo – a mode that’ll serve your webpages after passing them through Opera’s servers to reduce their size to improve your surfing experience on a slow internet connection does one more interesting thing for us non-Americans. It lets you access certain US-Specific content online!

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Blogs Similar to that of Download Squad [UPDATED]

It was sad to see the famous Software blog Download Squad shutting down. I have to admit that it was one of my favourite blogs and the reason I have been regularly reading blogs on my RSS reader is because of the presence of Download Squad. Although no one can match up to Download Squad’s potential, there are some blogs which are very similar and awesome as well! I’d recommend you check them out.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Flock Browser is Shutting Down!


Flock, the social browser previously based on Mozilla’s Gecko engine and now on Chromium is shutting down.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Keep Track of TV Shows you watch with Seriesly [Screenshot Tour]

Seriesly Logo

If you love TV Shows and usually watch them online, it is difficult to find out when there’s going to be a new episode unless you keep checking their Wikipedia Episodes page every now and then. Adding to the misery, if you end up being a fan of shows that regularly go on a hiatus you’ll lose track and finally stop watching the show.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

How to get Hotmail Desktop Notifications on IE9?

Microsoft recently announced a cool email notification feature for your Hotmail account. This works when the site is added to the Windows 7 Tab and we’re going to have a detailed look about how to do it right!

Monday, April 4, 2011

ALERT: Don’t authorize ‘Profile Spy’ app on Twitter

Profile Spy

There’s a Twitter app which claims to find out the number of times your Twitter page has been viewed by visitors and as expected it isn’t real. If you come across a link that asks you to grant access to you Twitter account for the ‘Profile Spy’ app, DON’T.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Disable Dynamic Views for your blog

This is Dynamic View

Blogger recently came up with Dynamic views for blogs hosted by them. This service enables your readers to read your blogger blog in many attractive formats and all they have to do is add /view with the URL. However, the dynamic view pages currently do not serve your AdSense ads and if you are concerned about monetizing you can disable this feature for your blog. Here’s how to do it.