Category Archives: Windows

My first look at Google’s open source browser – Google Chrome

Yesterday, Google released it’s own open source browser called Google Chrome. As today is holiday and got free-time, I have installed the Google Chrome and tested all the features.  So, here is my review with screenshots. Google Chrome’s simple and minimalistic design is really good.  It has features same as Firefox along with some other […]

Telugu rendering and writing in Windows XP

Have you ever looked at the web pages in Telugu? e.g.: Wikipedia in Telugu. Cluttered Telugu rendering makes you leave the pages immediately. Until I have known about enabling the Telugu Indic script in Windows XP, my situation was also same. Now, I enjoy reading TeWiki (Telugu Wikipedia) and also BhashaIndia’s Telugu version run by […]

Tiny browser (Browzar) now with tabbed browsing

Browzar is a tiny browser that is only 220K in size and a standalone application. Just click and run, no installation needed. It is mainly aimed at browsing the net with privacy. It dose not store any cookies, cache, or browsing history, so you don’t need to worry about the traces that browsers normally leave. […]

Free Camtasia Studio 3.1.3 Full Version

TechSmith’s Camtasia is a complete professional solution for recording, editing and sharing high-quality screen videos. It is easy-to-use, affordable, and is the quickest and most effective way for you to communicate. Easily record your screen to create compelling training videos, screencasts, and presentations without ever leaving your desk. Click here to go to the promo […]

How to filter adult content at home/office – An easy way

My friend called me asking a solution for the above question. He runs a small medical transcription company. When transcriptionists are busy with searching medical terminology, there is a chance for accidentally going to the sites with adult content. He also wants to restrict the net use for the night shift people. He don’t want […]