Do you need to transfer something between your Android powered phone/tablet and your computer?
You could simply use a USB cable, but what if your computer isn't online and needs drivers or an app to be able to communicate with your phone?
By using an app called Sweech, you can transfer files to/from your computer and phone using a web browser and the same LAN connection, or by tethering to your phone (no internet needed).
Do you use Final Cut Pro X or iMovie to create videos and need to share the projects/events/libraries with multiple systems without exporting the individual projects to XML and then importing them? Grab yourself an external HDD or two and continue reading!
Needing a fast, simple and free way to batch convert all your uncompressed RAW photography for a backup drive or cloud storage? Wishing you had a second card slot on your camera for on the fly JPG backups but don’t want to pay 1000s on a higher end camera with that functionality. Don’t want to waste space saving as JPG on the SD card you are saving the RAW photos to? ImageMagick has you sorted.
Do you use multiple computers and are looking for a way to share one headset/set of speakers with all of them at the same time?
Buying an audio mixer is expensive and using Y-splitters reduces the quality and is just more tedious than what it needs to be.
As long as you have a male to male 3.5mm AUX cable that is long enough for daisy chaining your setup, and have audio out/line in ports on your computers, you need nothing more.
Don’t you just hate those times when you need to do some work for school or open a document somebody emailed you but need Microsoft Office installed?
Have you ever forgotten or lost your memory stick with all of your work on?
Have you ever used Google’s Chrome Operating System?
Do you like what Chrome OS offers but are not fond of the still limited choice of Chromebook devices?
If you own a laptop or computer sitting around, given about two hours you can have a very nice Chromebook at your hands.
Read on to find out how.
The Windows 8 Start Screen looks brilliant right out of the box with all of the live colourful app tiles which constantly update with up to date information. (e.g: weather updating the temperature condition)
But what about when you install a desktop application? There is just the icon in a scare coloured box which is lifeless compared to the other apps. Wouldn’t it be great if could change that?
Have you visited a website on Internet Explorer that will not function and/or display correctly? How do you correct the problem? Ever since Internet Explorer 8 there has been a very easy method to do this using a feature called “Compatibility View”.