Category Archives: Windows

Ben Dodson built a cool iTunes Artwork Finder to download high-resolution cover art for music, movies, TV shows, and other media straight from Apple.

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REAPER is an interesting looking cross-platform audio recording and editing package.

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This site lists torrent files that link to Microsoft-distributed versions of Windows ISO images.

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Windows 7 comes in two flavors, 32bit and 64bit. Sometimes there is a need to switch your operating system from one version to another for compatibility purposes or if you have 4GB or more of memory. Here we show you … Continue reading

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Open-AudIT and OCS Inventory AG might be useful for churches and other non-profits that need basic IT asset management solutions.

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Network Rockstar has some tips, and scripts, that should help speed up CrashPlan Backups by changing a configuration parameter. Seems to work fairly well…

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Tonido lets you use your home computer as a “personal cloud” with access from other machines, mobile devices, etc. over the network. May be worth checking out!

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Ninite lets you set up multiple Windows applications at one time. Useful for installing the stuff I add to my work PCs. UPDATE: AllMyApps.com looks like another interesting option.

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Macworld posted some helpful hints on using Handbrake’s settings to get optimal video conversion results. Worth a read!

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How to install a CableCARD tuner in your DIY Media Center. An interesting tutorial from Engadget HD…saving for future reference.

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