Looking for a good reliable photo program with a nice set of tools included? Now you can enjoy working on and enhancing your photos with PhotoFiltre.
Feeling in an artistic mood and looking for a nice program to express yourself with? Enjoy a relaxing afternoon or evening with SmoothDraw.
Video editing is an important aspect of our work. I was looking for some video editing solution for my Ubuntu machine and came across this useful piece of software which makes the editing of videos a very easy. The software is called OpenShot and is a free and open source solution for editing videos on Linux environment.
Ever find yourself needing to make a last minute change to a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or image but you do not have access to regular software suites? Now you can easily remedy that situation with Open IT Online.
Editor’s Note: Chi.mp is a free service, and we really like it, but this shouldn’t be considered an official How-To Geek endorsement.
Tired of the same old desktop wallpapers and wishing for something more artistic to suit your mood? Now you can enjoy turning your favorite wallpapers and pictures into works of art with FotoSketcher.
In the middle of browsing on the Internet and suddenly find a photo that you would love to add to your Picasa Web Albums? Now you can do so easily and quickly with the AddToPicasa extension for Firefox.
Now that the presents have been opened, large dinners consumed, and relatives (good or bad) have visited it is time to take all of those digital images and get them organized. Today’s digital cameras take great, detailed photos but the images are often too large to easily send.
With Windows Vista you do not need to open up a separate application to preview a video, song, or picture. Vista includes a handy feature to preview these files in Explorer. This comes in handy because you may not want to launch Windows Media Player every time you’re checking out a video or song for the first time.
How many times have you wanted to share a screenshot with somebody… so you created your screenshot using one tool, then uploaded to some image hosting site, and then 5 minutes later you finally have the link to send to them. What if there was a way to do all of that in 5 mouse clicks in just a few seconds?
My good friend Tim asked me the other day: “How do I take a screenshot of an entire web page… am I supposed to just piece two images together?” Thankfully for Tim he has a geek friend to explain a simple way to accomplish this.
Those who are familiar with resizing picture attachments in Outlook 2003 might wonder where on earth they hid this feature in Outlook 2007 – at first glance, it seems like they removed it completely, when in reality they buried it in the Ribbon.
Word 2007 has a ton of great effects that can be added to pictures in your documents, and they are all quickly accessible via the Format tab on the Ribbon.
When you are including graphics in a Word document many times you want to place the image in a particular way or at a certain angle. Word 2007 has just the tool for the job.
Firefox resizes large images by default to fit in the browser window. This can get really annoying if you are browsing a lot of large images.