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As researchers you always try to keep track of your resources and organize your data in the best way possible. Part of the data you might be working on is PDF documents and ebooks. This format is largely used by educators and scholars all around the world. It is user friendly and offers a comfortable readability.
What is myBrainshark? Create online video presentations, then share & track them with ease! Save money & improve results of your marketing, sales, training, support & more! How It Works... Upload a PowerPoint or other file to create the video, then add your voice-over using a telephone, microphone, or mp3s!
One of the ways that you can save a little more money is to look for free alternatives to software products. Outfitting your computer with the software applications that you need can start to become expensive. The good news, though, is that there are free options that can help you accomplish a number of tasks. Here are some thoughts on free software alternatives. One of the most widely known alternatives is OpenOffice .
Today we are releasing a new major version. This is very exciting for us, as we move from only helping you out with your boot to helping you out with more PC frustrations. Our first new feature helps you lighten your web browser by disabling toolbars & add-ons that are riding on it. It has become very common for non-techie PC users to get bombarded with crappy toolbars and other add-ons installed by applications and websites that build on users’ inability to disable them. Even techie users get annoyed by that, either for themselves or for the people they support. Soluto now lets you see which toolbars & add-ons are installed, whether they are needed, and if they’re not, we help you to quickly remove them.
October 22, 2010 Dear Cecil: I watched a rerun of The Patriot over the weekend and was once again reminded of how absurd the "volley trading" European style of warfare was (at least to me).
These days, it only takes an increasingly-cheap USB thumb drive and a program like UNetbootin to create a portable Linux desktop you can run on any computer that can boot from a USB port. But check out the list of distributions UNetbootin can download and install—it's huge, and the names don't tell you much about which distro is best for on-the-go computing. Today we're detailing four no-install distributions—Damn Small Linux, Puppy Linux, Xubuntu, and Fedora—and helping you decide which might work for that spare thumb drive you've got lying around, or as just a part of your multi-gig monster stick. Read on for a four-way faceoff of bootable Linux systems. Note: All but one of the systems tested here were created with UNetbootin, available for Windows and Linux downloads, and using the latest version available that could boot from USB.
What can you do with a few gigabytes and a USB port? Quite a lot, with the right software. Learn how to encrypt your work, run whole systems, rescue Windows, and customize your thumb drive with these USB-geared tricks.