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ShareX: Screenshot Capture, Upload, And Share All Wrapped Into One

Windows

ShareX: Screenshot Capture, Upload, And Share All Wrapped Into One

What if you could take a screenshot at any time, in any shape, in any format, all with no more than a simple click of the mouse or tap of the keyboard? What if you could instantly upload your taken screenshots to an image host, so you can share them immediately with friends? And what if you could also share image files from your computer? If any of that sounds intriguing to you, then I have the perfect program for you: ShareX, recently suggested by one of our readers. I compared ShareX to my other favorite Puush.

Joel Lee September 16, 2013 16-09-2013
ShareX: Screenshot Capture, Upload, And Share All Wrapped Into One
3 Ways to Send and Check SMS Messages from Your PC

Android

3 Ways to Send and Check SMS Messages from Your PC

Do you often get distracted by SMS alerts on your mobile while working on the computer? Switching from one device to another is major interruption of your work flow, so tools that help you stay on one device can significantly increase your productivity. Lucky for you, if you’re on Android, there are a handful of great tools which can do exactly this, whether you’re using Windows, Linux, or a Mac. If you’re on iOS, there’s really only one possible option for you.

Danny Stieben September 13, 2013 13-09-2013
3 Ways to Send and Check SMS Messages from Your PC
Why You No Longer Need a KVM Switch for Your Multi-PC Setup

Windows

Why You No Longer Need a KVM Switch for Your Multi-PC Setup

A KVM switch makes me think of those archaic hardware A-B switches that once were used to hook up a parallel printer to two computers. KVM is actually short for “keyboard, video and mouse”, and is a still-relevant device to hook up one keyboard, mouse and monitor to multiple computers. But if you really want to save some time and money, there are software solutions to operate two PCs with just one mouse and keyboard. Imagine you could just slide your mouse off the one screen and see it arrive on the other!

Ryan Dube September 11, 2013 11-09-2013
Why You No Longer Need a KVM Switch for Your Multi-PC Setup
Hack Windows Explorer for Efficiency Boosts

Windows

Hack Windows Explorer for Efficiency Boosts

Windows Explorer — known as File Explorer on Windows 8 — is an application that you probably spend a good amount of time in. Even Windows geeks that avoid using any other Microsoft program tend to use Windows Explorer instead of a third-party file manager. But, while we spend time customizing our browser with extensions, we often don’t think about hacking our file manager. There are a lot of ways you can customize Windows Explorer to make your file management experience faster and more efficient.

Chris Hoffman September 10, 2013 10-09-2013
Hack Windows Explorer for Efficiency Boosts
5 Lightweight Music Players That Don’t Sacrifice Features

Linux Mac

5 Lightweight Music Players That Don’t Sacrifice Features

For some time, I have been searching for the best free music players out there. Time and time again, I find myself coming back to my tried and trusty Foobar2000, but every once in a while I wonder if there might be anything even better. In terms of sheer power, yes, there are great programs like MediaMonkey and MusicBee, but is there anything both awesome and lightweight? Personally, I’m just bored looking at the same music player day in and day out. Won’t you join me as I explore these high-performance alternatives?

Joel Lee September 9, 2013 09-09-2013
5 Lightweight Music Players That Don’t Sacrifice Features
3 Best Third-Party Uninstallers & Why You Need Them

Windows

3 Best Third-Party Uninstallers & Why You Need Them

To uninstall a Windows program, you can’t just hit ‘Delete’ — you need to run the software’s uninstaller. Unfortunately, the ‘Uninstall a program’ option in the Windows Control Panel does not always completely remove it from your system. Traces like registry files or program folders might remain. To get rid of an app once and for all, you sometimes need to use a third-party tool. There are many third-party Windows uninstallers to choose from. Here are the right Windows uninstallers for your needs…

Mihir Patkar September 9, 2013 09-09-2013
3 Best Third-Party Uninstallers & Why You Need Them
Manage Your Tasks Visually With TaskCracker For Outlook [Giveaway]

Windows

Manage Your Tasks Visually With TaskCracker For Outlook [Giveaway]

Let’s face it, when you wake up in the morning, the devil is in the inbox. Opening it then isn’t always a recipe for productivity. But what if you could use an email client like Outlook and design your day according to the best task (and time) management rules? TaskCracker for Outlook is a task management add-in that seamlessly integrates with Microsoft’s email client and turns it into a planning tool.

Saikat Basu September 9, 2013 09-09-2013
Manage Your Tasks Visually With TaskCracker For Outlook [Giveaway]
10 Signs Your Computer Is Going To Crash & What To Do

Windows

10 Signs Your Computer Is Going To Crash & What To Do

Computer crashes often occur suddenly and with little obvious warning. Once it happened, there is not much you can do, other than wait for the reboot or manually force a reset. The randomness with which a crash can strike is what makes it frustrating; one moment your PC is fine, the next it’s down and your files with it. Most crashes are not as random as they seem, however. There are a number of potential warning signs. Here’s the issues to look for – and how to fix them before they cause any harm.

Matt Smith September 6, 2013 06-09-2013
10 Signs Your Computer Is Going To Crash & What To Do
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