July 23, 2009

Free Softwares Freewares

HJSplit

HJSplit is a file-splitting and joining program. As a splitter HJSplit
can split files of any type and size. To execute the programme just
click on hjsplit.exe. It lets you split a large file into smaller
chunks, which can be much more easily sent and stored. It can even
handle files which are larger than 10Gb - can split the file into 640
Mb parts. Yes, HJSplit is a tiny and specialized program for joining
files too - it can join these split parts back together, again, so
that the original file is restored. HJSplit is easy to use, does not
need any installation or complicated DLLs, just consists of one `.exe'
file. So, it can also be run directly from a floppy or CD-Rom.

The 335kb HJSplit v2.4 for Windows 2000/2003/XP can be downloaded at
www.freebytesoftware.com/download/hjsplit.zip

Inquisitor

Inquisitor can help speed up your web search. It's a browser plugin
to extend the functionality of the search bar - to make it more
intuitive, responsive, and retrieve the results, on the fly. Once
installed Inquisitor replaces the search bar. The initial result is
based on the browser history, however, the the list gets refined and
brings in results more relevant to the search term. Inquisitor also
provides several configuration options that you can set to suit your
preferences. These include - Auto-complete settings, Instant result
setting, Display count, and choice of Search Engine - The default
search engine is Yahoo, but, can also be set to Google. However,
please note, the website result search will cease to work - only
keyword suggestions can be viewed in the dropdown list.

Inquisitor, backed by Yahoo, is compatible with Safari, Firefox and
Internet Explorer 7, 8. It works with Mac, PC and iPhone. Inquisitor
can be downloaded at http://www.inquisitorx.com/ie/index_en.php

System Spec

System Spec can help to be aware of system information related to your
PC. These include: Windows Version, Memory (Ram), CPU Information, CPU
Speed, Sound card, Display Adapter, Monitors, Screen Resolution,
Network Connection, Network Adapters, CD / DVD Drives, COM Ports, LPT
Ports, Hard disks, USB Controllers, Manufacturer, Product Make, Serial
Number, Mouse, Battery Status, BIOS Info, Motherboard, Modem, plus
lots more system information in the sub sections such as Memory,
Display, Startup, BIOS, Services, Processes, CPU Meter, Internet,
Personal, Sound, Network Adapters, Network Users, Devices, and others.

The 2.54 MB System Spec v2.68 (09-07-09), developed by Alex Nolan, can
be downloaded at http://www.alexnolan.net/software/SysSpec.exe

XMind

XMind.net enables both team brainstorming and personal mind mapping.
On XMind.net you can share your ideas and thoughts with the world. A
XMind map viewer embedded into a blog can enable more people to
visualize and learn about concepts of the blogger. The aim of
XMind.net is to bring Web 2.0 concepts on community sharing into a
popular desktop application. The features include: Easy to use - users
can quickly capture and organize ideas seamlessly and efficiently;
just a double-click to create and edit topics anywhere on the map;
Drag-and-drop works for reorganizing topics, moving markers, taking a
mapshot, and adding attachments; and can even carryout a search on a
topic with Google and drag images into it. If you prefer to share
privately, or brainstorm ideas with selected friends, you would need
to upgrade to XMind Pro. The Pro features includes: inline
presentation, exporting to PDF/Word/PowerPoint, Gantt charts with task
topics - lets project managers track project tasks and schedules, and
more.

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Please advise a software to convert the videos taken by Handicam
in mpeg2 format, to view it in the Mobile Phone ie Nokia Phone.

You could try the 14.5 MB Format Factory, a Universal Transcoder,
at http://www.formatoz.com/download.html

QUOTE TO MULL OVER

Happiness is not achieved by the conscious pursuit of happiness;
it is generally the by-product of other activities.

- Aldous Huxley

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