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For a dark look install the “TT Deepdark” theme (also change the text/background in Options->Display): Also why isn’t there an ability to export/import your config, including loaded extensions?
I recently got a new gaming PC from PC Specialist. The Good: The machine is very quick and well put together. They allow you to heavily customize your build. PC Specialist offer a long guarantee and are a well established … Continue reading
Annoyed when you are typing a document and accidentally the palm of your hand brushes the touchpad, changing the position of the cursor in your document or accidentally clicking on an option. TouchFreeze is simple utility for Windows to solve … Continue reading
Hadoop Distributed File System HDFS is the primary storage system used by Hadoop applications. HDFS creates multiple replicas of data blocks and distributes them on compute nodes throughout a cluster to enable reliable, extremely rapid computations. via Welcome to Hadoop … Continue reading
Redis is an open source, advanced key-value store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets and sorted sets. You can run atomic operations on these types, like appending to … Continue reading
Digsby has added adverts – you can find details on how to disable them @ Digsby Forum / Latest Update Display Ads in Chat box. “They can be turned off in the Conversations tab of the Preferences”
Feed Rinse is an easy to use tool that lets you automatically filter out syndicated content that you aren’t interested in. It’s like a spam filter for your RSS subscriptions. via Filter RSS feeds with Feed Rinse.
The Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard$92 is a mini wireless QWERTY keyboard with a big touchpad and laser pointer. It has 69 keys and featuring a LED backlit keyboard so you can use it easily in the dark. It has a … Continue reading
The iPhone is sorely lacking in task list management functionality. However with a combination of the webapp ToodleDo, their iPhone app and the Outlook syncing software by Chromatic Dragon it becomes a lot more usable.
On July 30, Plaxo begins charging the now free Outlook syncing $60 a year – will you pay? | Geek.com
On July 30, Plaxo begins charging the now free Outlook syncing $60 a year – will you pay? | Geek.com Outlook syncing, a vital feature of the Plaxo service, will become a part of the $59,95 a year premium service. … Continue reading