Evernote Skitch is now available for Windows, first impressions of the app on my Windows 7 desktop are good, it’s recreating the simplicity of the Android app very well.<–more–> More details here- http://blog.evernote.com/2012/10/25/skitch-for-windows-desktop-and-skitch-for-windows-8-are-here/
To use WinDirStat to generate reports of disk usage you need to have either Outlook or Outlook Express installed as the reports are generated as an email.<–more–> Without one of these mail clients an “unknown error” message is shown.
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I use Evernote a lot for note-taking, keeping track of ideas, code snippets, conversations, and so on. One of the great added features on the Windows desktop is the Clipper functionality.
This is a great screen clipper- by pressing Win-Key and Prnt-Scrn together (on Windows 7, Windows 8 uses that “charm” …
Fairly regularly at work I’m asked what I do to keep my digital photos safe. This question usually comes from someone who’s just had a hard disk failure or similar and lost their photo collection. At home my budget (like most people’s) doesn’t run to a Storage Area Network with fault-tolerant, …
There’s a new client out for Microsoft SkyDrive. I take advantage of the free cloud storage services on a number of providers but don’t always want to sync everything to my local hard disk. Thankfully Microsoft have added this feature to their desktop app.
I recently had my corporate-build laptop upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7. The laptop in question is a Dell Latitude E4310 which came fitted with 4GB RAM- more than sufficient for 32-bit Windows XP, but the OS upgrade offered the potential to increase.