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Thu
26
Jan
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'You Don't Know Jack About Firefox', and 'Copy Cat 2.0'

You Don't Know Jack About Firefox 'You Don't Know Jack About Firefox' is an in-depth tutorial on how to customize Mozilla Firefox. The notes were taken directly from Firefox Secrets, and SitePoint's new release, by Cheah Chu Yeow. Firefox is ... revolutionizing the way people browse the Web. Don't get left behind: grab yourself a copy of Firefox Secrets and be part of the revolution! http://www.sitepoint.com/article/firefox-secrets Copy Cat 2.0 Copy scratched DVDs and CDs to your PC. Copy Cat 2.0 actually skips the bytes which are not readable from file and copies all other bytes; therefore, it ... (view more)

Thu
19
Jan
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How to use an RSS Reader

"Extra, Extra, Read all about it!" The corner Newsy has long since gone, replaced by the Newsstand with its wide variety of publications and sensational headlines hoping to attract the attention of a passerby. Times have changed, and with them, so ... have ways of communicating. To keep up with the events and happenings in the world of today, we often visit our favorite 'newsstands' via the web. If we visit one or two news sites on a regular basis, it's not difficult to keep track of events. A capable browser and set of bookmarks take care of that problem; but when there are a dozen or ... (view more)

Thu
29
Sep
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File Audio Processor Review

Synopsis: Don't let the name fool you -- File Audio Processor is an award winning, extremely powerful all-in-one multimedia solution that does just about anything and everything related to multimedia file management, editing and viewing. Now that's ... a mouthful! In addition to its powerful audio processing capabilities, File Audio Processor can view video, pictures, rename files, edit MP3 tags, grab audio from CDs, write CDs and DVDs, convert audio files, edit and record audio files, manage playlists, zip files, and much, much more! There's so many convenient features of File Audio Processor, ... (view more)

Sat
20
Aug
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'Shide Win', and 'Piece Copy'

Shide Win Enumerates all top-level windows and allows you to show or hide them. http://wistinga.sourceforge.net/ Piece Copy PieceCopy is a tiny tool which will extract a portion of a specific file. You can use it to extract data of files, to cut ... file headers, to retrieve binary data of a specific position, to rescue parts of damaged files/disks or whatever. http://www.inner-smile.com/software.phtml (view more)

Tue
19
Apr
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DVD Cloner 2 Review

Synopsis: Backup your favorite DVD movies with DVD Cloner 2 -- a super easy-to-use all-in-one DVD copying solution! With DVD Cloner 2, you can copy any DVD in just about any format, including: 1:1 DVD copy, dual layer, single layer, shrink dual to ... single, and even copy stubborn CSS copy-protected DVDs! DVD Cloner 2: Screenshots Click to view: Page 1 | Page 2. DVD Cloner 2: Main Features Easy to use Interface: Practically fool proof! Backup DVD with just one click. DVD-9 [dual layer, 8.5GB disc] to DVD-9 supported (DVD+R). DVD-9 [dual layer] to DVD-5 [single layer] supported. A DVD-9 (8.5GB) ... (view more)

Tue
22
Mar
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The results are in: which Disk Imaging Backup software is best?

Recall -- Following with our recent theme on " backup software ", I announced last week that I be compiling an in-depth review on a disk imaging software. In a subsequent newsletter, I asked Infopackets Readers to send me their opinions (good or ... bad) on their favorite imaging program. Responses have been strong, with about 60 opinions to date. Based on those opinions, the consensus is that Acronis True Image is ranked as the favorite recommendation, providing best overall feature set and the least amount of bugs and incompatibilities. One other strong point brought to my attention ... (view more)

Thu
28
Oct
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Copy and Paste Java

Infopackets Reader 'Annie' writes: " Dear Dennis, I'd like to know how to copy and paste something into HTML but don't know how to do it. I am trying to save an animated 'Java' clock I saw on a web site into another HTML document, but I just can't ... seem to get it to go. Can you please help me? I don't really know a lot about computer languages. Thanks. " My response: It sounds like you're trying to copy and paste Java code through the browser; regrettably, it's not as simple as this, as Java is a transparent feature of the web browser. If you want to copy and paste Java that is ... (view more)

Wed
29
Sep
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Copy Multiple Folders but not Contents Onto a New Disk?, Part 2

Recall -- Last week , Infopackets Reader Cara J. asked if it was possible to copy folders from one disk to another, without copying the contents of each folder: " Dear Dennis, I enjoy your newsletter greatly. I've been saving documentation on a 100 ... megabyte ZIP disk, which there are multiple folders I've created. I'm running out of space on this particular ZIP disk and will have to start using a new one soon. Question: is there a way to copy just the folders (and not the contents) from the first disk to a new one? I'm particular about the way I file my information and would like to use ... (view more)

Wed
22
Sep
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Copy Multiple Folders but not Contents Onto a New Disk?

Infopackets Reader Cara J. writes: " Dear Dennis, I enjoy your newsletter greatly. I've been saving documentation on a 100 megabyte ZIP disk , which there are multiple folders I've created. I'm running out of space on this particular ZIP disk and ... will have to start using a new one soon. Question: is there a way to copy just the folders (and not the contents) from the first disk to a new one? I'm particular about the way I file my information and would like to use the same method on the new disk. Any help would be appreciated! " My response: This is an odd question, however, it is ... (view more)

Thu
19
Aug
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CD Mastering Software

Since writing this newsletter, I have received a number of questions with respect to burning CD recordable discs. One question came from Infopackets Reader Bob T., who recently asked how it was possible to transport movie files from his computer ... onto his DVD player. Bob writes: " Dennis, I have a number of .MPEG movie files that I've downloaded through Kazaa. Friends tell me it is possible to play these files using my DVD player, but I need special CD burning software to do it. Is this true? If so, what program do you recommend? " And Infopackets Reader Sheila S. asked how to ... (view more)

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