Month: March 2008

Desktop Blogging Clients Top 20 List

One of the biggest headaches for a new blogger is figuring out how to be productive without sitting in a chair more than eight hours a day. The most popular blogging platforms, including Blogger and WordPress, use a control panel that includes a WYSIWYG (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get) editor, but it’s slow, and hard to work with. A much better alternative is to use Desktop Blogging Client software. These are programs you install on your desktop/home/office computer and blog remotely. You prepare read more

Motion Computing Announces F5 Tablet PC

Motion Computing Announces F5 Tablet PC

Posted on March 8, 2008 at 12:05 am (PST)

The famous mobile computing and wireless communications leader, Motion Computing has released its new Motion F5, which the company claims as the first semi-rugged slate tablet PC designed specifically for highly mobile workforces, combining durability, mobility and integrated functionality with the benefits and convenience of tablet input.
Key Features Of New F5 Tablet PC:

Intel® Centrino® processor technology with read more

How to Uninstall Windows Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) in Vista

Fed up with Internet Explorer 8 which is unstable at best? IE8 Beta 1 may occasionally crashes or not responding when browsing websites, and users have to close the browser with request to send the error report to Microsoft. The bugs or crashes happen more frequently especially if users using third-party add-ons such as Google Toolbar. This is generally expected as this is the first beta of IE 8.
Beside, user interface of IE8 is generally similar to IE7, reducing the enticing for users who read more

How To Use Your iPod As a Backup Hard Drive

iPods are not just a good tool to store music, and play that music back, but iPods have a lot of storage space that you can use to backup important files from your computer hard drive. It might be easier to use an external hard drive, or even a thumb drive, but if you use your iPod a lot you probably wouldn’t forget to bring it with you like you would a thumb drive.
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How to Twitter – Video

This video demonstrates how Twitter works in plain English.
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