Note: Updated for Kypass v.3 I was looking for a way to keep up with my passwords and Keepass is pretty much the most widely used so I decided to give it a shot. Installing it was easy and I had no difficulties there (note: the “professional” edition isn’t a paid version or anything else, […]
I’ve been toying with customizing my Windows PC’s desktop and have encountered an issue that Google didn’t really help me with a whole bunch – how to hide the desktop icon text (or label) in Windows 7. Most websites I came across suggested to rename them using blank characters in the Windows character map or […]
I searched high and low and the only audio/mp3 splitters I could find were torrented hacked copies of programs that cost $$. I didn’t want to do that and wanted a legit mp3 splitter and thought “surely there’s got to be at least ONE that’s free…” Well there is and I found it. Slice Audio […]
The Fedora 9 Beta (nicknamed Sulphur) was released yesterday and the final release is expected on April 29. You can read the official release here. The latest version of the free (yeah, free as in beer…) cousin of Red Hat Linux comes with a number of major updates, including support for the latest versions of […]
While this list is nowhere near completely inclusive of all software, it is a list of my favorite software for Linux. I broke it down into categories and I plan on expanding on each category in the next couple days. Check back for more posts.
I’m raving about a website called Vixy.net. I rarely do this because it sounds like a shameless advertising plug (I wish…maybe then I’d see some money…). It’s another online FLV converter that claims to be able to “download” videos from YouTube. I figured it would be just like the 20 I’d been to before where […]