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Thu
22
Oct
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'Tweet My Pc', and 'Commands In Demand'

Tweet My Pc Nearly 1 in 5 web users use Twitter or a service similar to Twitter. If you're interested in getting into the action yourself, check out this exciting new program that allows you to control your computer through Tweets. Features include ... Screenshot, Memory usage, IP address, Custom commands, Reply from TweetMyPC and lots more. http://tweetmypc.codeplex.com Commands In Demand Commands in Demand provides non-technical users with easy access to more than 80 Windows commands and features that can be hard to find or time consuming to acquire. The program includes shortcuts to terminate ... (view more)

Wed
19
Aug
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'Commands In Demand', and 'Suse Studio'

Commands In Demand Commands in Demand is a program that provides easy access to more than 70 Windows commands and features that are normally difficult to find in Windows. The program includes shortcuts to terminate non-responsive applications, ... restart Windows Explorer, view/clear the clipboard, open a command prompt in a selected folder, access system folders, view TCP/IP configuration settings, and more. http://www.vasilios-free.gr Suse Studio With Suse Studio, you an build own custom Linux distribution with only a few mouse clicks. Customize it, and share it with the world. Even make it a ... (view more)

Thu
01
Jan
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JVC Puts VHS Tape Out of Misery

Not yet sure about investing in a Blu-ray player for your home theater and high definition television? That's understandable. However, for those of you who haven't yet upgraded from VHS to standard DVD, there's bad news on the way this holiday ... season. According to reports, JVC -- the last tech company making VHS tapes -- has revealed that it will no longer be producing the aging technology. This follows on the heels of news in October that the company would cease production of VHS players. (Source: crn.com ) As you might expect, demand has all but dried up. Although consumers are still ... (view more)

Wed
03
Oct
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Get A Wii While You Can

That's right, get 'em while they're hot. It seems Nintendo's tiny white console may be the first to remain so popular that it sells out during its second holiday season in release. According to Nintendo of America, the company is still struggling to ... cope with an enormous demand for the casual gamer's console. Given the usual spike in sales with the upcoming holiday free-for-all, Nintendo expects its hardware will be a rare bird indeed come December. In a statement, Nintendo of America's president said, "We're working very hard to make sure that consumers are satisfied this holiday, but I can' ... (view more)

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