Posts Tagged by Review
|28 September 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
I’ve been using TeraCopy as my default copy handler for a few month to speed up the file copying/moving process. Sometimes, I wonder if TeraCopy is actually helps in speed up the file copying process or not. So, I decided to perform a simple test to compare the copying speed of built in copy handler in Windows, TeraCopy and FastCopy.
Developer description: TeraCopy is a compact program designed to copy and move files at the maximum possible speed, providing the user a lot of features.
TeraCopy is a freeware and it can integrates to Windows as a default copy handler.
|7 September 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
|3 September 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Google Chrome is the latest open source web browser, built with WebKit and Mozilla technology, developed by Google. When I first run Google Chrome, I noticed the simple GUI of Google Chrome. You will get the basic GUI such as tabs, address bar, back, forward and home buttons. Even bookmarks is actually hidden by default (you have the option to show it somehow).
Some Google Chrome features:
- Phishing and malware sites blacklist will be periodically downloaded by Google Chrome.
- Each tabs in Google Chrome are sandboxed, meaning that each tab is isolated and cannot affect other tabs, and have the similar ‘Protected Mode’ used by Explorer 7 on Windows Vista.
- Google Chrome comes with its own task manager, so you can see which tab or plugin that hogs your system resources.
|29 June 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
A few days ago I received the invitation to join the Project Pogo Limited Beta by the Pogo Development Team. AT&T Pogo is a Mozilla Firefox based web browser developed by AT&T and Vizible. The current version is based on Mozilla Firefox 22.214.171.124. Currently AT&T Pogo is in early limited beta stage. What is so unique about AT&T Pogo? While most of other web browsers will display the same flat 2D interface, AT&T Pogo will offers you a more visually appealing 3D interface. The future of web browsing is here! (Large images warning!)
|4 June 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Firefox 3 offers the ability to save web pages directly without any external applications. However, you need to expose this functionality which not currently in the front end.
PrintPDF is a free Firefox 3 add-on which allows users on Windows and Linux to print web pages to PDF. This add-on will use your default printer options when formatting the page for PDF generation. The add-on just exposes functionality not currently in the front end.