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When working (or playing) on your computer, you probably don’t think much about how you are going to clean up your files, backup your data, keep your system virus free, etc. However, these are tasks that need attention. We’ve published useful article about different aspects of maintaining your computer. Below is a list our most useful articles about maintaining your computer, operating system, software, and data. Organize and Manage Your Data
Whether you want to head out for a weekend in the wilderness, tailgate at a baseball game this summer, or just picnic in the park, here are some of the best portable stoves on the market. Jetboil Sumo ($130) While many propane camping stoves produce large, inefficient flames, the Jetboil’s design makes maximum use of its fuel, allowing you to bring four cups of water to a boil in around four minutes. With most stoves, much of the heat energy escapes into the air rather than actually heating your pot or pan. But Jetboil’s FluxRing produces an intense heat that is almost entirely directed at the food, which means more hot meals and less spent fuel canisters. For ultralight hikers looking to shave precious pounds from their backpacks, this efficiency is all-important, as you can get by on a single canister rather than two.
Sometimes one gets the feeling that LinkedIn is like the poor cousin whom everyone forgets to invite to the party. Then it comes in late and stands at a corner…a bit aloof from the razzmatazz of Pinterest, the extroverted Facebook, and the one-everyone-needs Google Plus. But ignore LinkedIn at your own peril. LinkedIn might be dressed in a staid suit and tie, but with luck and hard work it could be cut in Saville Row. Look at it this way – you definitely have more Facebook contacts, but I am pretty sure it is the LinkedIn contact you would put with to get that career recommendation.
Kibits is a cross-platform group collaboration and socializing app for Android and iOS-powered devices. The app, having made its mark among iOS users, has just hit the Google Play Store. Using Kibits, users can easily and instantly create private conversation groups (called Kibits), and invite their friends or nearby users with whom they can share text messages, photos, videos, music files, URLs, locations, and notes etc over the internet. Whether it’s about indulging in private file-sharing activities with just your family members, or collaborating with your workforce that is scattered in various parts of the world, Kibits has you covered.
CaptureToCloud is a clever cloud application that integrates some of the major Google apps and Chrome bookmarks, as well as DropBox, and is optimized to work seamlessly with all of them. It will enable you to capture, share and organize all kinds of digital media, including websites, images, articles, links, bookmarks, files etc. The web app makes sure that important information is always accessible from any internet connected device. Your captured media can either be shared with your colleagues, or you can post it to Facebook, Twitter or email. Moreover, saved media can be converted to a Google Document or even viewed in a clutter-free layout. CaptureToCloud will also monitor specific URLs for any changes and support uploading Chrome bookmarks to the cloud.
If you’ve ever wanted to control your PC from a remote location (when you don’t have ready access to the hardware itself, like on a vacation), you can do so now by sending certain predefined commands through your Gmail account. Indeed, it sounds more a gimmick, but this is what sRemote has to offer. It’s an application for Windows that allows you to control and perform certain actions on your PC, such as shutdown, restart, log off, take screenshot etc, by sending various commands in an email subject field. It does so by continuously monitoring specified Gmail account, where the actual commands that are to be executed are sent, and applies the actions on the PC where this program is being run. The application may seem a bit difficult to configure at first, but once you get a hang of its options, it becomes fairly easy for you to monitor your PC from a remote location.
Is your desk and computer covered with sticky notes? Do you have miscellaneous pieces of paper with bits of information buried in drawers, your laptop case, backpack, purse, etc.? Get rid of all the chaos and get organized with note-taking software and services. We’ve collected a list of the best desktop applications and cloud-based services for taking, storing, and sharing information.
Why would you want to run multiple Dropbox instances on the same machine? We could think of two reasons (1) you’ve maxed out on the 16 gigs or so that each free Dropbox account can give you as a ceiling, and would like to use another account to add more, or (2) you would like to access another Dropbox account for whatever reason, such as a disposable account used by members of your team or that of someone else (such an ex employee of your company) etc. In this posting, we will describe how to run another Dropbox account to your WINDOWS machine using a third party freeware program (i.e. to install two Dropbox accounts running simultaneously on one PC). <img style="padding-left: 0px; padding-right: 0px; padding-top: 0px; border-width: 0px;" src="http://kurdi.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Multiple-Dropbox-instances-Screenshot_thumb5.jpg" alt="Multiple Dropbox instances Screenshot" width="572" height="231" border="0" />
If you’ve been using Dropbox for a while, you may not have noticed that a whole ecosystem of applications have been built up to use the service. Over time, these apps have sprung up to fill all of the little holes Dropbox left unfilled. There are apps now for just about everything. It’s possible to sync Google Docs to Dropbox, automatically send Gmail attachments to Dropbox, play music in a browser from your Dropbox music files, encrypt your Dropbox, easily host a website or blog in Dropbox, collect URLs and web clippings to Dropbox and to automate file syncs between all of your social networks and Dropbox. You can even view all of your Dropbox files alongside your Google Docs, Box files and FTP files in the one web interface.
Portable apps have a huge place in my geeky heart simply because they are quite numerous (if you don’t believe me, check out the Best Portable Apps here ). They don’t modify the registry, and can be used in different Windows machines (though there are portable apps for Linux as well). Up until recently though, maintaining portable apps was not pleasant for me. I’d have to go into Windows Explorer and click on the executable to launch the program every time, and if there was an update to the program, I’d have to download the program and “install” it all over again. Sound familiar? If your answer is yes, you should probably take a look at the Portable Apps Platform , currently on version 10.0, available from the same site that offers portable versions of popular programs.
Backing up the data on your computer is vital. Everyone knows this. Yet not everyone does something about it.
It's one thing to attach cables to your desk for easy access and mild organization, but it's another to make sure they're the right length and stay where they're supposed to go. Cordlets solve both of these problems by providing an easy grip for your cables and a small neck that you can use to wrap them, keeping them as short or as long as you want. If you're familiar with the many little cable hacks available out there, Cordlets are like a Cable Drop and an Apple Core rolled into one. They serve both purposes admirably and cost about $2.50 each. It's a really great idea, but some online reviews suggest the adhesive that comes with each Cordlet doesn't work very well. If you decide to give this product a try, you might want to have some tougher, stickier stuff on hand as well.