You can download this great icon from here,
Put your holiday pictures to music and create a video in 9 steps with this Movie Maker tutorial from Microsoft.
With the Stylish extension for Firefox (Tbird too), you can add small CSS enhancements to your browsing experience. Of all the thousands of available styles, we love the ones by the prolific Barbiegirl the most. Frankly, not all styles work well but hers are top notch. If you’d like to lower a toolbar height, make a menu a different color, change favicon behavior all at a click of a button, see her list of available styles below and be amazed how functional they really are.
If you’re the type of geek using shortcuts for most commonly used application/tasks, you might want to take a look at this collection. It has 99 shortcuts for Windows 7 apps, administration tasks, etc. Also, the authors of the download package are willing to expand the collection on request.
All shortcuts are split into the following categories: Shut Down Menu, Troubleshooting, Windows Programs, Ease of Access, System Administration Tools, Tablet PC, Windows PowerShell, Networking.
Our favorite app Revo has released a new version, 1.85. While most of the changes were minor, the revision gives us an excuse to write it up, again pointing out features other than its best in class uninstaller. Click on Tracks Cleaner and then Windows Cleaner to remove the items listed above. We’ll cover the ‘Hunter Mode’ soon.
Running your website off IIS? If so, you might want to check out the free Search Engine Optimization Toolkit, a free SEO tool from Microsoft. It performs in-depth site analysis and supports Robots.txt and Sitemap files.
Ever heard of Sparklines? It’s a cool new feature in Excel 2010 that lets you create “mini-charts”, as you can see from the image above. It basically lets you analyze data in more ways and more efficiently. Want to quickly see a trend? Use Sparklines. Learn more below.
Think you are a command line Guru in Windows XP? Well, test yourself and see how many commands you actually know! Can you create a Windows shortcut from the command line? Or add a new environment variable? Check out this list of all command prompt commands.
By using different exposure techniques, HDR pictures differ from their standard resolution brethren. These cool pictures look extremely good on a desktop or a logon screen.