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Everybody uses Freeware

By Raymond Robinson 9 June 2009

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Freeware offers a cheap (read FREE) alternative to often overpriced products. Freeware is software that can be freely used, modified, and redistributed by anyone. FULL STORY >


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PC Pro Shop Skype Classes

By Mike Joubert 5 June 2009

PC Pro Shop offer a free Skype course at their Menlyn branch on Tuesdays between 14h and 15h. FULL STORY >

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Home desktop searching

By Lance Terner 4 June 2009

Today a very big proportion of the information we deal with is computerised, with most of it sitting somewhere on your computer???s hard drive. The very real problem is that it???s becoming extremely difficult to keep track of the documents, files, pictures and music we... FULL STORY >

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Frets on Fire

By Andrew Gould 3 June 2009

Frets on Fire is a game of musical skill and fast fingers. The aim of the game is to play guitar with your keyboard as accurately as possible. FULL STORY >

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Tech by numbers in June

By Mike Joubert 2 June 2009

Tech is a numbers game. It???s about data volumes, sales figures, computing power and percentage increases. This month???s numbers are?Ǫ FULL STORY >

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Screentoaster

By Andrew Gould 22 May 2009

Screentoaster is a startup by a group of French web engineers whose aim is to enable people to share their know-how in a very simple way, by making screencasts. FULL STORY >

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Wolfram Alpha a very smart calculator

By Mike Joubert 18 May 2009

Wolfram|Alpha is in their own words a ?ǣcomputational knowledge engine???. This makes WA excellent for systematic information such as solving calculations, proving the GDP of South Africa, or giving the amount of calories in 340 ml of beer. But if you are... FULL STORY >

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Mindmeister

By Andrew Gould 13 May 2009

Many people have spent their youth learning to study with the aid of mind maps. And now, as with so many things on the Net, mind mapping has gone collaborative. FULL STORY >

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New ways to do old things

By Lance Terner 12 May 2009

The path to finding smarter, more efficient ways to do things lead me to some fascinating sites. The extensive resources and tools that I found dealt primarily with good-to-know information, inspiring ideas and handy tips for those who are looking to make the routine... FULL STORY >

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Autohotkey

By Andrew Gould 12 May 2009

AutoHotkey is a free, open-source utility for Windows. With it, you can automate almost anything on your PC by sending keystrokes and mouse clicks. FULL STORY >

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Publish personal webpages

By Lance Terner 1 April 2009

Getting a personal webpage up on the Internet is not as difficult as it may seem. There are lots of different types of webpage editors freely available. FULL STORY >

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