MenuetOS GOING FREE: Replacing Your Paid Software Free Software Alternatives When moving from one operating system to another, there's bound to be some fallout. Some older versions of the software you're using may not be supported on the new system. And if you're moving from Windows to a Linux or Mac OS platform, it's almost certain that you'll need to find replacements for your most commonly-used software applications. But why move away from the familiar commercial software tools you've been using for years, and endure new learning curves? The first is simply to save money. Second, it eliminates the license key hassle. Free software doesn't require a license to prove that you own it, so if you need to re-install a program, just download the latest version from the Web and off you go. Third, I'm a big fan of getting away from locally installed software. Free, Open-Source and Web-Based Software All that said, here are some of the most common commercial software tools, and some high-quality, free alternatives that can replace them.
Mageia Wanna Wubi? The Wubi Ubuntu Installer Installing Linux on an Windows-based computer used to be a big hassle. It meant burning a Linux CD, partitioning your hard drive, formatting, and tweaking your boot settings. Here's a step by step lesson on how to install Ubuntu Linux and give it a trial run via Wubi: Download the Wubi installer, which is part of Ubuntu 8.04 (aka Hardy Heron). NOTE: The minimum hard drive space requirement for Wubi is 5GB, so you might want to clean out some of your older programs, music, video or other files that now exist on your computer. There is also an option of setting Wubi up to a run in a dedicated partition or an external USB drive. What Will Wubi Do? After you click the Install button, expect to wait several minutes while the installer is downloaded. At this point, the Ubuntu installation is complete, and you now have a dual boot system. The important thing to understand is that Windows and Ubuntu are two distinct operating systems, and you can only run one at a time.
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TenClips: the ultimate multiple clipboards for developers... Inspired by "Multiple Clipboards" and "PureText" and improved for personal needs, TenClips is a lightweight and must have multiple clipboards for software developers. It is fast and very easy to use. There is no superfluous window or manipulation. It has been particularly designed for developers, which very often copy/paste lots of snippets and small portions of code. You can keep up to 10 different objects, and easily switch between them. The content of the ten clipboards can be saved to a file and restored for later use. TenClips is also for you if, for instance, you want to copy some text from a web page or a document and paste it as simple text into another application without getting all the formatting from the original source. How to use These new shortcuts can be changed using the 'Settings...' dialog box. The current clipboard number is displayed in a tray icon . Configuration To access the main menu, right click the TenClips tray icon. Download Donate Thanks, Paludour. Credits
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TenClips – Copy Multiple Text Items To Clipboard TenClips is a free clipboard utility that makes copying of up to 10 items possible. It solves two common problems: 1. 2. To set the hotkeys, right-click the system tray icon and select Settings. The usage is dead-simple: As usual, press Ctrl + C to copy to the current clipboard. Note that these hotkeys can be changed(customized) from the settings. There are two features that I personally like in this tool, one that allows you to paste in purified text and one that allows you to paste in either uppercase or lowercase purified text. Download TenClips It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 only. Advertisement
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Archlinux Useful Geek Tricks: Create a Custom System Administration Panel in Windows XP or Vista :: the How-To Geek Has it ever annoyed you to have to open lots of separate windows for Device Manager, Services, Event Viewer, and other system administration tools? Here’s how to pull them all together into your own custom admin panel. We’ll accomplish this easily since most of the system admin panels are implemented as plugins for Microsoft Management Console, a wrapper framework that we’ll use to create our panel. Create Your Custom Administration Panel Open up mmc.exe through the Start Menu search or Run box, which will bring up an empty window that looks like this: Head to the File menu and choose Add/Remove Snap-in or just hit the Ctrl+M shortcut key. On the left-hand side you’ll see lots of familiar items like Computer Management and Device Manager. You’ll be presented a dialog where you can choose which computer you would like the snap-in to manage. For our purposes, just click the Finish button. You’ll want to give it a name, which will show up on the left-hand menu in the console.