For years, ‘KMPlayer’ has been my favorite media player under MS Windows. It can play almost any audio/video codec, has a beautiful UI, comes with a huge number of options, completely free, one couldn’t ask for more :D.
I’ve … Read the rest
‘PDF Merge’ is a very simple tool that lets you merge PDF documents with ease. Since it requires ‘.NET Framework 4’ to run, it should work natively in Windows 8 (as it comes with ‘.Net 4’ installed by default) and … Read the rest
‘Nomacs’ is an image viewer (with basic image editing support) that runs on GNU/Linux, Windows & Mac OS X. It has a beautiful interface, supports image slideshows, runs in multiple instances, has a built in image color manipulator, reads RAW … Read the rest
‘Sleep#’ (‘sleepsharp’) is a simple but a handy utility for those of you who listen to audio or video songs before going to sleep, and looking for a way to put the PC to sleep once the playback (or playlist) … Read the rest
‘BitKiller’ is an application that lets you easily delete files & folders securely (beyond the ability to recovery them later). It is open-source (GPL licensed), free to use and doesn’t need to be installed either, so you can use it … Read the rest
Using USB flash drives for installing operating systems is very popular these days, especially among the GNU/Linux fans. There are hundreds of different GNU/Linux distributions out there, most release a new version, once every six months, and major distributions (such … Read the rest
‘baretorrent’ is an open-source, completely free, bittorrent client that runs on Windows, Ubuntu and Mac OS X. It has a simple looking and a slightly different interface (as it displays the advanced details of torrents to the right) when comparing … Read the rest
‘EagleGet’ is a new download accelerator for the Windows platform, and the best thing about it is that it is completely free to use!. It is currently in beta stage and I have only tested it in Windows 8, but … Read the rest
In GNU/Linux, you can create a bootable USB flash drive using an ISO disc image of another distribution, by using the command-line. The command that is used to create that is called ‘dd’.
By default, almost all USB flash drives … Read the rest