Open PSD Photoshop Files in Paint.NET

The Photoshop Plugin adds an option to save and open PSD files

Don’t have Photoshop and need to open PSD files? Are alternatives like GIMP too slow and heavy? I recommend Paint.NET as a great free alternative to Photoshop because its lightweight and fast. Unfortunately, it does not support PSD files. Luckily, thanks to a free plugin, it can open and save PSD files. Simpy download the […]

Free Office Starter 2010 with Office To-Go (Private Beta)

Office 2010 Setup is installed prerequisites

Around the same time Microsoft released Office Professional Plus 2010 Beta, they also released a private invite-only beta of Microsoft Office Starter 2010, which is an ad-supported version of Word and Excel. As the name implies, this is a starter edition intended mainly for individuals to try out Office before purchasing the full version. Microsoft […]

Google Wave Giveaway Results!

GoogleWave Results

And… the Thanksgiving Google Wave Contest is now over! Thank you all for participating. Our winners are: Cheezwhiz – cheezwhiz110 can – canuzel Seth Abrams – nycgiggity davehasninjas – davehasninjas Bryan – tantroNNN Tom – tsytsma Matthew Tomaziefski – WMats If you are on the top 7 and you have not been included in our […]

What’s New in Office 2010 Beta

All applications feature a new splash screen with an animated background.

Microsoft released Office 2010 Professional Plus Beta to the general public on Wednesday which is packed with dozens of new features and enhancements as well as a redesigned logo and new application icons. The most popular applications in the suite are Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, so what’s new in 2010 (Office 14) compared to 2007 […]

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Beta Available

The beta version of the next version of Microsoft’s popular office suite, Microsoft Office 2010, has just been released to the public today. This new release includes dozens of new features, including Windows 7 Integration, Online Document Syncing, and the Ribbon GUI on more products, such as OneNote, Publisher, and Visio along with some new […]

Google Chrome 4 Beta

Chrome Menu

Google Chrome 4 Beta was released somewhere around a week ago. Here’s a roundup of the beta for those of you who have not heard of it yet. On the outside, Chrome 4 Beta looks the same as Chrome 3, and feels the same. The only noticeable difference is the new “sync bookmarks” option, and […]

Google Wave Invite Thanksgiving Giveaway

Google Wave

As I mentioned in an earlier post on getting Google Wave invites via Twitter, if I ever get any spare Google Wave invites, I would be holding a giveaway here. Well, the giveaway starts now, our Thanksgiving Giveaway. We have 6 spare Google Wave invites and we may have an additional one or two to […]

Happy Birthday Mozilla Firefox!

Mozilla Firefox

“Remember how the web was in 2004?” November 9, 2009 is the 5th birthday of our beloved browser, Mozilla Firefox, the free open source from non-profit Mozilla Foundation. It started with an experiment branching off of the original Mozilla Browser Suite (now SeaMonkey) and was original named Phoenix and Firebird. Version 1.0 was released on […]

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