Aug 302008
 


Buddi is a free opensource Personal Finanace management software. Buddi is a personal finance and budgeting program requiring little or no financial knowledge.While it is simple and easy to use it still has all the required functionalities which are available on commercially available software. Buddi is Java based and hence can run on Windows, MacOSX, Linux and other OS running Java Virtual machine.
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Aug 282008
 


Microsoft has pushed ahead and with the development of Internet Explorer 8 and has released the Beta 2 of Internet Explorer 8 (IE8 Beta 2).

We discussed here about the new features on the new release of Beta 1 for Internet Explorer 8. Now, lets now look at whats changed since the released of IE 8 Beta 1.

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Aug 282008
 

Have you ever needed to open a console window while you were using the explorer? And to have that console already set to the directory you’re showing in explorer right now? Well, StExBar provides that with one simple mouseclick. There’s also a hotkey defined for this: simply press Ctrl-M to open the console.

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Aug 222008
 


Translate.Net is free client to many translating services available online including translators, monolingual and bilingual dictionaries. Translate.Net already supports 20 sites, 31 services, 37 languages, 1352 translations directions, including Google translator and dictionary, Wikipedia and Wiktionary, Yahoo Babel Fish Translator, SYSTRAN translator, Merriam-Webster dictionary and thesaurus. For a full list of supported services and languages here

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Aug 212008
 


The Media Sensing feature in Windows 2000, Windows XP and later is used to detect whether the network media are in a link state. With Media Sense feature,  Windows senses a link state as UP or DOWN based on the link availability. When Windows detects a “down” state, it removes the bound protocols from that adapter until it is detected as “up” again.

Media Sensing feature is enabled by default in Windows except Windows Server 2003. However, in instances where you do not want Windows to sense link status (very unlikely) in which case, you can disable the Media Sensing feature from Windows Registry.

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