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Category Archives: Software Recommendations
I have long been an advocate of OpenOffice.org, and have some of my commercial clients using it. For most business needs for an office suite, it provides more than enough capability, and saves companies large amounts of money, even if … Continue reading
Boulders 2 Bits provides a link to Media Convert, which has a huge selection of document conversions you can perform online. I haven’t worked with it yet, but it’s definitely in my bookmarks.
Choosing an e-mail client is a pain, because if you make the wrong choice, it’s often a nightmare to export your files and accounts and then import them into a new account. Thus reviews such as this comparison of five … Continue reading
… by creating an operating system based on their Chrome browser, which would be great for all of us, I think. Details here (MSNBC.com).
Read this page from the PulseAudio Wiki. It’s one of those really super single pages that solve many problems. May their number increase!
You can read about it here or just go and download it here. Netbeans has become my editor of choice for working with PHP. At first I found it a bit clumsy due to the many things I was not … Continue reading
Is Adobe Buzzword an alternative to your word processor? Check this review and find out.
I’ve blogged before on Bible software for Linux. One of the annoyances of switching to Ubuntu (there are very few) has been not having my Libronix software easily available. I have it on a notebook, but I don’t always have … Continue reading
With Norton Anti-Virus and Internet Security 2006 I reluctantly quit recommending Norton for everything. It was using too much in the way of resources, and it was too expensive for the value provided. In a number of cases internet providers … Continue reading