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By George Norman on 14 Nov 2008
We here at FindMySoft, the place where you can find software fast and download it even faster, are launching the Office Time Waster series. This is to say that every Friday we will present you with a means of killing some time, because we know the weekend is on your mind and work is the least of your concerns.
By George Norman on 14 Nov 2008
The development team at Apple has recently released version 3.2 of the Safari browser. This update does not make the browser work faster, nor does it bring exciting new features to the table. This is purely a security update meant to plug the security holes in the software – all 11 of them.
By George Norman on 14 Nov 2008
There are some features that are universal and you do not give them much thought; one such feature is “Save” or “Save As” which I myself did not give much thought to until now.
By George Norman on 14 Nov 2008
According to all the rumors that are circulating on the internet, the 2.2 version of the iPhone’s operating system should drop on the 21st of November, which is exactly one week away.
By George Norman on 14 Nov 2008
iDailyDiary 3.51 is a free piece of software from Splinterware Software solutions which weighs in at a little over 4MB and will come in handy when you want to perform actions such as taking daily notes, put a journal together, or simply note down whatever goes through your head.
By George Norman on 14 Nov 2008
Are you bored with having to type in a query into the Google search engine? Google knows you are fed up with getting your iPhone out and typing, when you could simply utter the words and the specially crafted software will automatically initiate the search process.
By George Norman on 14 Nov 2008
The latest addition to the World of Warcraft massively multiplayer online game, The Wrath of the Lich King has finally been released to the hoards of fans; some ten million of them to be more precise.
By George Norman on 13 Nov 2008
Smartphones running on the Windows Mobile operating system can access the internet through the built-in browser, Internet Explorer Mobile. The latest iteration of the Microsoft developed browser is version 6, which you can put to the test if you download the Windows Mobile 6.1.4 emulator.
By George Norman on 13 Nov 2008
Microsoft’s decision to go ahead and modify the interface of its Hotmail service did not go well with the users. The service’s classic looks were much appreciated it seems, and people are not about to adopt any changes, even if they are implemented so as to make it run faster.
By George Norman on 13 Nov 2008
If you thing that the law is taking it easy on those who break the law on the Internet, and by that I mean spammers, hackers, malware spreaders, cyber stalkers and so on, then you should see what Pakistani law has in store for them.
By George Norman on 13 Nov 2008
While the rest of the world (including us at FindMySoft) is busy playing Fallout 3, the gamers from Japan are left waiting. This is because Bethesda Game Studios is determined to make the game culturally correct and consequently is pulling some nuke references in the game.
By George Norman on 13 Nov 2008
A sentence in the case of 28 years old Romanian hacker Victor Faur, who back in 2005 and 2006 repeatedly broke into the systems of NASA, the United States Navy and the Department of Energy, has finally been issued, after a lengthy 10 month trial.
By George Norman on 13 Nov 2008
Who would have guessed that “The Land of Shinning Mountains” as the state is affectionately nicknamed would make the news because it is host to one of the most advanced driving simulation technology in the world?
By George Norman on 13 Nov 2008
The recent update to come out from the Mozilla project is meant to make the Firefox 3.0 browser work more efficiently, provide better stability, and plug a few security holes as well.
By George Norman on 13 Nov 2008
And those two steps should now involve anything more than step 1: drag and step 2: drop.I do not know about you, but I am the kind of person that gets very easily bored with the basic, default icons on my desktop, and whenever a piece of software comes along that lets me create personalized icons by means of drag and drop, I go for it all the way.
By George Norman on 12 Nov 2008
According to the Gmail Blog, all it takes is for you to initiate a small download and then you will be able to communicate with your buddies by means of high quality video and audio streaming.
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