Do you know which is the most secure, accessible, affordable and effective way to save your files? Unlike old days, it is not your hard drive, pen drive, CD or DVD that has been kept inside a safe locker! On the other hand, we will have to put cloud storage services in position of that answer, as those services help users to store and access files as well as documents from ANYWHERE around the globe with help of an internet connection. However, abundance of cloud storage services has made the selection an easier task, as there are variations in...Read More
February 1st was “change your password day.” Did you changed your passwords? When you’re managing your various accounts, passwords and other sensitive data, it becomes very difficult to keep them secure while accessible. You can easily find many efficient password managers but most of them comes at a premium. Here, we’re going to take a quick look at Dashlane, a user-friendly and secure password manager for Windows and Mac. The app promises to cut the hassle of managing your accounts, passwords and other sensitive data while keeping the data safe from prying eyes. Let’s see if the app can keep its promise...Read More
The Internet around us is exploding with new cool and amazing videos and articles every second. As we all are busy, we don’t have so much time to go through all the new links and videos shared in our social channels. Luckily, there are services available like Instapaper and Read It Later to save the links for later viewing. But what about audio and video? How to save them for later? Seems, Spool is the service we all were waiting for. Spool is an intelligent service that saves pages to your Spool account and synchronizes them across the web and other devices including smartphones (Android, iPhone and iPad). After finding Spool in the Android Market, we started testing it. Below you’ll find our full rundown about the service. Before, we start it’s important to note that Spool is still in beta and is invite only service at the time of writing. But, we found that we can easily sign-up for the service using the Android app instead of waiting for getting an invite through the web interface. You can also bypass the email sign-up process by using your Facebook account to sign-on. Spool Introduction Even though the service is still in beta phase, Spool is already ahead of the rest. The idea of saving the entire web which includes videos, article text, image galleries, PDFs, and more gives it the much-needed advantage. Your Spool Dashboard...Read More
PicResize is a free online picture resize, shrink, and crop service. Since, it is an online tool, you don’t need to download any special program to run it. You just need to start your favorite browser and visit Pic Resize website to use the free service. For all your simple picture editing requirements, you will not need advanced programs like Photoshop or GIMP, you just need to upload your pictures and do the manipulations online through the free service. PicResize is very easy to use. It provides option to do a quick resize; resize, crop and shrink a single picture; or batch resize multiple pictures online. When you’re all done, you can save your picture as a GIF, JPG, PNG, or BMP and download it or save it to the web. For privacy, PicResize keeps your pictures for 20 minutes for you to download and save it on your hard drive. After 20 minutes the picture(s) are automatically deleted from the server, so you don’t need to worry about your personal stuff being saved on some remote server. How To Use PicResize To Resize, Shrink and Crop Your Pictures? Before performing any of the steps below, you need to visit the PicResize website at www.picresize.com. Single Picture Mode In Single Picture mode, you can actually crop pictures along with resize or shrink them. You can see the screenshots below for...Read More
I am always on the move thus accessing all my data from different computers and devices becomes very cumbersome. I was searching for a service which will let me carry all my work (yes, carrying all my data into a flash drive is an option but still they had some disadvantages like slow access when operating from them, malware, etc.) securely without the overhead. This is when I found iSpaces (Thanks to Mariko Drouin) the perfect solution for me. iSpaces is a free, virtual desktop (more precisely a multi-desktop Cloud Computer) that offers a unique browsing experience along with other features. It’s unique ‘browser within a browser‘ called CloudBrowser, allows me to log in and out of iSpaces from multiple computers without having to reopen my Web applications, tabs, and online documents. It even offers multiple desktops called “Spaces” allowing me to easily arrange my work in the way I want. The first time I logged in iSpaces using Google Chrome, I got two windows asking for permissions; first one is from Google Gears and the second one is from Java. iSpaces desktop works just like the normal desktop on computer system but the only difference is it lives on the Internet. The center of the screen is iSpaces desktop. On the bottom of the screen is the task bar. Left hand side of the task bar contains application icons. On the...Read More
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