TidySongs helps you keep your music library organized and under control. It helps you remove duplicate songs, find album artwork, fix misspelled song information, find missing artist and genre information and a whole lot more. The cool thing is it does all these without you doing much. Just install it and let it do the work for the most part.
DemoGeek.com is giving away 5 free licenses of TidySongs. Currently it sells for $39 but you can secure a free copy of TidySongs just by leaving a comment at the post at DemoGeek.com or by tweeting about this free software giveaway. Don’t delay, you have until August 6th to enter for a chance to win a free license of TidySongs.
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Even thought high definition TV’s are getting cheaper and cheaper these days it is still not that cheap just ignore them. Once you’ve put your money down on a decent HDTV it’s a natural expectation to get the most out of it. You would certainly love to enjoy every bit of the TV experience. Not if your HDTV is configured improperly. Follow these simple steps to configure your HDTV in a proper way so you get to experience watching TV a lot better.
We all love Firefox because it can so easily be modified and molded by using extensions. Safari 5 supports extensions now and already has nice collections of useful add-ons. Check out the gallery below.
Want to run a few Windows programs on your Ubuntu install? You can use a program called Wine to install certain Windows applications on Ubuntu. Read this in-depth tutorial to learn how.
By default, the close, maximize and minimize buttons for any window are on the right hand side. But what if you are one of the few that would prefer to have those buttons on the left hand side? LeftSider is your app!
Instead of downloading software to your computer, you can visit a website for free to compare and find the differences between two text files. DiffChecker is a nifty little site that is very useful for developers, coders and the like.
Like to read magazines? If so, you might be interested in this little collection of the some of the best magazines articles ever written. It has articles that range from 1945 all the way to 2009. Check it out.
One of my favorite features of the Google Chrome browser is the omnibar. You can type a web address or you can simply type in keywords to perform a search. With a little bit of tweaking, you can also perform Google searches from the Firefox toolbar. Read on to learn how.