Receipt Scanning

Want to make is simple to scan your receipts check out these neat receipt software's and keep a track of your expenses with your business during tax time.

Cam Scanner


DVR Reality

This DVR software it's going to change how we watch and record our favorite shows. It not only is a new technological breakthrough but a new way to watch your favorite programs and movies. It's the beginning of something new to come.



Hackers Fingerprint Threat

Looks like your bio metric fingerprint scanner for your cell phone is not all that secure. It looks like there is still a software flaw where hackers can go in and copy your information before it's stored in your device. If so, then your phone is still at risk of getting hack.
I just hope that a fix comes soon so that your device and the future of bio metric scanner continues.



Google Find Phone

Google recently setup this service to easily find my phone. The service works similar to the regular installed apps that Apple starting doing years ago and now at least when your droid phone goes missing you now have a great way to retrieve it.



Google Going Cheap

Yes it looks like the big giant is going cheap with cell phone service and data. And if they play there cards right they will reach users where no one yet has gone before. What a great way to reach people and also connect them to the internet.



Best Pc Games

Looking for the best Pc Games on your computer, check out this site and see what games are of great interest to you and enjoy them. This is a great start to pc gaming.




Great place to go if you have a lot of domain names and want to consolidate all your websites and just share access together and pay one fee.




Here's a great way to learn web developing and get hands on help with user friendly tools. If your looking to create basic webpages. Here's a great start.



Android on your Desktop

Enjoy Android apps and with you had them on your desktop, here's a great way to enjoy this application and always be connected and use them daily. You have a choice on which player to use in the long run you can add your favorite apps as you go.



Digital Outlook Signature

Ever wonder how to get a digital Outlook signature. Well this is what it takes and you too can have one for yourself as well. Now you can compare yourself to your competition.



Pc Shortcuts

Want to speed up your computer skills, try this easy Pc Shortcuts and take computing to a new level. Most definitely this will show everyone that your computer skills are above the normal.

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  • Copy a selected item: Ctrl+C
  • Cut a selected item: Ctrl+X
  • Paste a selected item: Ctrl+V
  • Undo an action: Ctrl+Z
  • Redo that thing I just undid: Ctrl+Y
  • Select everything: Ctrl+A
  • Print: Ctrl+P

Manage open windows

Chances are, you use your PC to do a lot of things at once. Shortcuts go a long way towards cutting the clutter. Go ahead and try these out as you read about them.
  • Switch between open windows
    If you have lots of open windows and you're not sure exactly which one you need, press Alt+Tab, and get a quick thumbnail view of all open windows. Then, while holding down the Alt key, press the Tab key multiple times until you get to the window you want.
    Switching between windows
    Press Alt+Tab to switch between open windows
  • Clear away everything and show the desktop
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+D
    Use this shortcut when you want to minimize a lot of open windows at once to check something on your desktop. Clutter-to-clean with two fingers.
    A cluttered desktop
    A desktop before pressing Windows logo key+D
    A clean desktop
    The same desktop after pressing Windows logo key+D
  • Minimize the window
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+Down Arrow
    Minimizing a window is a surefire way to see what's underneath it. And it's fast to use the shortcut. If the window is maximized already (covering the entire screen) it'll go to “normal” size. And if it's normal size, it'll minimize entirely.
  • Maximize the window
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+Up Arrow
    Maximizing windows works the same way.

Get even funkier with window management

It might surprise you to learn that there are even more options when it comes to dealing with your open windows and programs—but there are.
  • Compare and contrast in a snap
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+Left Arrow or Right Arrow
    Snap is the easiest way I know to compare two documents—or to write up something while also looking at a web browser. The shortcut for Snap makes it even snappier. Go ahead and try this now.
    While pressing the Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key, click the Right Arrow key or the Left Arrow key and your browser will slide over to one side. Select another window (such as a Word document) and use the shortcut only with the opposite arrow.
    Snap in Windows 7
    You can use a keyboard shortcut to view windows side-by-side with Snap
  • Multitask with multiple monitors
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+Shift+Right Arrow or Left Arrow
    Do you use more than one monitor at a time? Now you can shift an open window to your other monitor in less than a second. 

Manage tasks

You might already be using a shortcut—Ctrl+Alt+Delete—to open up Task Manager or to lock your computer. But there are shortcuts for this shortcut.
  • Open Task Manager 
    This simple shortcut whisks you straight to Task Manager—without any intermediary steps.
    Task Manager
    Task Manager in Windows 7
  • Lock your PC or switch users
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+L
    This shortcut locks your PC and instantly displays the login screen. 

Display your way

No matter how you want to view your PC, shortcuts help you get there faster.
  • Choose a presentation display mode
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+P
    Whether you're giving a presentation or are using multiple monitors, it's simple to switch settings.
    Choosing a presentation display mode
    Choosing a presentation display mode
  • Zoom in, zoom out
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+Plus Sign or Minus Sign
    The Plus Sign key (+) zooms you in, the Minus Sign key (-) zooms you out. This lets you see small text on a webpage or to check out the pixels in a photo.
    Magnifier in Windows 7
    You can use your keyboard to zoom in on a photo detail

A few last tricks

Here are a few final shortcuts. For more keyboard shortcuts, check out the complete list.
  • Search for files and folders
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+F
    In the past, finding a file could be like an archaeology expedition. But nowadays, search is really fast and thorough. Use this shortcut to get a search window, type in a few keywords, and presto, you’ll get your file.
  • Open a new instance of a program
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+Shift+Click a taskbar icon
    I like Internet Explorer tabs—but sometimes I want a whole new browser window. To get one, I click the Internet Explorer icon while holding down Shift.
  • And when you need it …get help
    Windows logo key Picture of the Windows logo key+F1


Dos Hidden Tools

I don't see this as a hidden tool, it's just a tool that most repair technician's and very promising individuals use in order to repair the every day common hard drive and software problems. It has always made my job easier using these commands and it will also help you diagnose a failing hard drive or software problem. When in doubt use it wisely and majority of the times it corrects the problems.


System File Checker

The Best Tools Hidden in Windows' Command Line
Windows can usually detect when a system file is missing and replace it for you without any intervention on your part. You typically won't even be notified when it happens. But even with this ability, system files can become corrupted or the wrong versions of system files can get installed by errant applications. Sometimes, these problems slip by Windows unnoticed.
Windows includes the command line tool System File Checker, which scans several thousand basic Windows files, comparing them against the original versions that shipped with Windows or, depending on the files, that have been updated through Windows Updates. If System File Checker finds a mismatch, it replaces the original file. Depending on how you installed Windows, you may or may not need the installation media, but usually you won't.
To run the tool, just type sfc at the command prompt followed by a space and then any of the following common options:
  • /scannow. This performs an immediate scan of your system and will replace files as necessary. You may need to restart Windows when it's done if it finds problems.
  • /scanonce. This performs a scan the next time you restart your system.
  • /scanboot. This schedules a scan to be performed every time you restart your system.
  • Revert. This returns the System File Checker to its default settings. You can use it to turn off the /scanboot option, for example.

Check Disk

The Best Tools Hidden in Windows' Command Line
Check Disk attempts to repair file system errors, locate bad sectors, and recover readable information from those bad sectors. If you ever start Windows and it tells you that it's scanning your hard disks before starting up, that's Check Disk at work. When Windows detects certain types of errors, it schedules a scan all by itself.
It takes a long time to run, especially if you let it scan the entire hard disk, including free space, so it's not really the kind of tool you want to run regularly. If you're concerned about general hard disk health, you should make use of one of the free S.M.A.R.T checkup utilities out there. I'm a fan of Passmark Disk Checkup, personally. It reads various self-monitoring data the hard disk itself collects and gives you a pretty good idea of how your hard disk is doing.
Still, sometimes hard disks are physically fine to keep using, but suffer from the occasional bad sector and corrupted files those bad sectors can cause. Windows tries its best to correct those problems for you, and it does a pretty good job. But if you ever notice that certain programs just refuse to start or you get an error when you try to access particular folders or files, bad sectors on the disk are a possible culprit. Check Disk can find those bad sectors, often recover data from them, and then map those sectors out so Windows doesn't use them anymore.
You can run Check Disk by typing chkdsk at the command prompt, followed by a space, and then any of these options:
  • Volume. If you want to check a whole drive, just type the drive letter.
  • Filename. You can also use chkdsk to check a single file or group of files.
  • /F. Run it with this option to have chkdsk go ahead and fix those errors.
  • /R. This option forces chkdsk to locate bad sectors and recover information from them. If chkdsk cannot lock the disk (which it usually can't since you're actually using Windows), it will prompt you run the command the next time you restart Windows. This is the option you'll use for the most thorough scan because running it also implies that you're running the /F option.
If you run chkdsk with no extra options, it will just perform a scan and give you a report without actually changing anything. So, you'll need to specify a volume or file name and one of the other options to make any fixes. Here's a common example. If you want chkdsk to scan your C: drive, locate bad sectors, recover information, and map over those bad sectors, type:
chkdsk C: /R
The Best Tools Hidden in Windows' Command Line
Note that there is a graphical interface of sorts for Check Disk. Open Windows Explorer, right-click a drive, and choose Properties. On the Tools tab, click the Check button. This opens up a prompt that lets you schedule a scan on the next restart. You'll be prompted to fix any errors that are found. This interface doesn't provide any of the advanced options the command line version does and it also doesn't let you scan individual files.


The Best Tools Hidden in Windows' Command Line
Ipconfig lets you view and work with TCP/IP information. You can use it to check your computer's IP address, have it release or renew that IP address if it's automatically assigned, and even purge the local DNS cache.
To use it, just type ipconfig at the command line. By itself, the command shows you IP addressing information about each of the network adapters on your computer. It may show several different adapters, so you'll have to do a little scouting to find the one you're looking for. You'll typically see a Wireless LAN adapter (for your wireless connection) and an Ethernet adapter (for your wired connection), and probably a few tunnel, virtual, or VPN adapters, depending on your setup. The information it shows you includes the IP address, physical (or MAC) address, default gateway, and subnet assigned to the adapter.
You can also add any of the following options to the ipconfig command by typing ipconfig, followed by a space, and then the option.
  • /all. This option shows you all the same information as just running the ipconfig command by itself, plus a whole bunch more, such as whether the adapter is automatically assigned an IP address from a DHCP server, when that address was assigned, and when it expires.
  • /release. Use this option to release all DHCP-assigned IP addresses. Note that your network will not work after this and typically you'll need use the /renew command afterward.
  • /renew. Use this option to release and then immediately try to renew all DHCP-assigned information. This is probably the option you'll use most, as it forces your computer to reconnect to your router or to your ISP's servers (depending on your setup). It can be really helpful when troubleshooting connectivity problems.
  • /flushdns. This option purges the local DNS cache. DNS is used to translate the more human-readable computer names and web addresses we use (like www.lifehacker.com) into IP addresses. The cache is DNS information stored locally on your computer so your computer doesn't have to look it up on a DNS server every time. Sometimes, flushing the DNS cache can resolve problems where you have network connectivity, but can't reach some computers or websites by name.


The Best Tools Hidden in Windows' Command Line
The cipher command is mostly for working with encrypted folders and files on NTFS volumes in Windows. Frankly, if you're using that type of encryption, you have a graphical interface available that does most of what you need, though the command is good for controlling encryption programmatically or through batch files and scripts.
However, cipher does include one option at the command line that you might find useful:
cipher /W:pathname
The /W option removes data on unused portions of a volume, effectively erasing data that may be hanging around on your hard drive after deletion. You can point cipher at an entire volume (like C:) or a specific folder. As you probably already know, when you delete files from Windows, they are not actually erased from the hard drive. Instead, Windows marks that space as available to be written over with new files.
Note that this really applies to traditional hard drives and not SSDs. When you delete files from an SSD, those files are removed immediately.


The Best Tools Hidden in Windows' Command Line
The driverquery command generates a list of all hardware drivers installed in Windows. It's good for giving you a report about installed drivers that you can save for later reference or for investigating the version number of a currently installed driver so that you can make a better decision should you be thinking of updating.
Typed by itself, driverquery just generates a list of drivers that you can scroll through. As usual, the power comes from the options you can add:
  • /s. This option lets you specify the name or IP address of a remote computer so that you investigate the drivers it has installed.
  • /si. This option shows you the digital signature information for drivers.
  • /fo. This is really the key option you'll use with driverquery. It lets you specify the format in which information is displayed so that you can more effectively save it as a report. After typing /fo add one of the following options: TABLE (the default view), LIST (which lists each driver with all its information one after the other), and CSV (which shows data as comma separated values).
To save a report, you just need to pipe the information to a file instead of displaying it onscreen. To do that add filename.extension to the end of the command. Here's an example of perhaps the most useful way to use the command:
driverquery /fo CSV > drivers.csv
That queries all drivers, formats the result as comma separated values, and then saves them to a file named drivers.csv. You can then import that CSV file into Excel or another spreadsheet program to see a nicely-formatted report of all your installed drivers.
The Best Tools Hidden in Windows' Command Line


Easy Copy and Paste

Want to easily copy and paste items from one computer to another, here's a fast software to copy and paste items to another computer hoping to save energy for some users.



Compress Android Videos

Want to compress video files to fit on your android device, this file compressor is a must have utility and it's main job is to shrink your favorite videos, short movies to your portable device.



File Association Fix

File Association is a huge problem with Windows everytime you install a software. Usually the majority of the software's you intend take owership of the things that want to do with your computer without your consent. If this is always a problem, this is where the file association fix comes into use. Now all you have to do is install the software and run the fix from time to time when everything goes wrong. Hopefully it will fix your files.



Pc Inspector File Recovery

File recovering is a difficult process and with this something always comes up to make things simple to do. If you need to recover some lost files here's another great software to have in  your toolbox to recover.



Cloudcast Secures Gmail

Using Gmail for business and want to make sure your always secure. Checkout Cloudcast for Gmail and take security to the next level for your email. Your mail will now be secured.



Amazon Unlimited Cloud

Amazon recently announced it's unlimited cloud service for $5- a month and now it's competing with Dropbox, Microsoft, Google Cloud, Mozy, Carbonite, Apple, etc. Now it's the battle of the cloud and may the best one win.



Microsoft Bundle Deal

Microsoft has recently released it's work and play bundle and for some user's it will be a great bargain to have an all in one service. Will everyone jump in, is a matter of what services you already use from Microsoft. Regardless it's a great deal not to pass over.



Drye Wolf Malware

There's a new malware stealing information and this one is pretty lethal on getting a hold of your personal information and doing major damage. Stay inform and be aware.



Remove Security Software

Want to remove security software from your computer.This Eset AV Remover has been said to do the trick. Now this is a great tool to remove those stubborn antivirus programs that refuse to completely come out.



Microsoft Antimalware Suite

Microsoft just recently launched it's antimalware suite and we are hoping that this haults any malware on your computer. Should you get malware on your computer. This is an excellent way to keep your computer malware free. Give it a try and protect your property.



Her Webcam wouldn't turn off

Here's a scary but true incident that occurred to someone in California with her webcam. It's becoming a major problem and this is the main reason why you should try to hire a qualified repair technician and not have just anyone repair your computer. You just never know the information you can be leaking.



WiFi Phone

If your in the market to get an inexpensive cell phone service look into a WiFi enabled phone. The service then depend on what type of voice over ip service you want to invest in and how frequently you want to use your phone. If you do consider going WiFi the future benefits are unlimited.



Learn Office

Microsoft user's are always concern on learning the current office suite online. If you want to learn more about Office here are great sites to get you started.



Deny SS # to Medical

Here is some great information for those user's who want to secure their identity, because the increase numbers of identity theft. When you fill out the doctor's forms, omit the social security number.  Their is no reason why doctors need it since you have medical insurance and it's up to the carriers to supply that information to your doctor if needed. If you didn't know, now your know.



Boot over Lan

AOMEI PXE Boot now comes to the rescue with it's boot over network software. It's a plus to add to a large network with useful tools. Now re-imaging or recovering a network computer can be as simple with just a few clicks.



Logoff Users

Have a network where users always login but never log out their computers causing shared programs to run slow and be delayed because of shared resources. Here's a GPO solution to the problem and hopefully you'll never have any slow down in your network.



Tencent Antivirus

Looking for a Windows Antivirus replacement, Tencent is a great place to start since it's the fifth largest internet company in China and wants you to always stay secure. Now there's a better reason to get something for free for getting online.



Dim your Screen

Want your computer screen to always be on but at certain times of the day you just want the monitor to dim but not go on sleep mode. This handy software can be very useful controlling your computer screen settings. Worth to check out.