30 Essential Pieces Of Free (and Open) Software for Windows Recently, I received a fresh new laptop from Dell. Upon receiving it, I did the traditional “installation of Windows from scratch” on it to remove a lot of the garbage that is preinstalled on Dells. Then I got really busy installing tons of great software that takes care of pretty much every software need I have. Not only was all of the software free, every piece of it was open source, which means that the code is peer-reviewed; no spyware here! What follows is a list of thirty pieces of software that are the cream of the crop of open source software for Windows. Not only is every piece of it free, almost all of them directly replace expensive software packages. How to Install Ice Cream Sandwich on Your Kindle Fire With a vibrant 7-inch IPS display and a 1GHz dual-core processor, the $199 Kindle Fire can make for one lovely tablet. With a bit of work--but no hardware modifications--you can set up Android 4.0 on your Kindle Fire and thenceforth use the device as a powerful general-purpose tablet despite its incredibly low price. Email, games, Web browsing (with Chrome for Android or any other browser)--the Kindle Fire can do it all. This guide is directly based on the excellent guide written by XDA Developers user Kinfauns. Kinfauns's guide and his Kindle Fire for Beginners guide are highly recommended reading, but they're fairly lengthy.
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bPhone Important note bPhone is no longer being developed The bPhone theme is no longer being developed. The bPhone for Bold beta was the last build created; I have since moved on to other projects. I deeply appreciate all the downloads and donations people have made, and knowing how many people enjoyed bPhone on their BlackBerries over the years has been the best part of all. Best free video editing software: 9 top programs you should download Introduction It's the first law of movie-making: no matter how expensive your camera, or how skilled you are at using it, your raw footage will always be rubbish. And so, if you're looking to add a little professional polish, then installing a video editor will be essential. Commercial video editors can be very expensive, of course, but you may not have to go that far. Whether you want to trim your clips down to size, add a soundtrack or captions, apply transitions or special effects, there are some great free tools which can help - and these are the very best around. Also, if you're wondering what sort of PC you'll need to buy (or build) in order to easily crunch through heavier duty video editing tasks (or indeed image editing), then we've got you covered.
GraphChi SFrame™, the fast, scalable engine of GraphLab Create™ is now open source. The SFrame project provides the complete implementation of the following: SFrame SArray SGraph The C++ SDK surface area (gl_sframe, gl_sarray, gl_sgraph) Support for strictly typed columns (int, float, str, datetime), weakly typed columns (schema free lists, dictionaries) as well as specialized types such as Image.
ClipX ClipX is a tiny clipboard history manager. It is sweet, it is free, use it. License 10 Excellent Video Editing Apps It's usually an expensive endeavor, but thanks to smartphones, you can try your hand at shooting and editing video without the staggering price. We're not talking about Vine — which is great, of course — but apps uniquely designed for adding personal flare to video. Take a look at our favorites in the gallery up top. Whether you're an iOS or Android user, these apps are sure to bring out the Spielberg in you. JabpLite The idea behind JabpLite has been to write a personal finance program which will work on a range of devices including Symbian phones, Blackberry and Android. JabpLite has many features to help you keep track of your finances, for example: and much more. JabpLite comes with synchronisation, import and export features to exchange data with a PC via a memory card.
Virtual Assistant Skills Test Answers Q: Google displays up to _____ characters of a webpage's Title Tag. Answer a. 56 b. 60 c. 66 d. 80