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EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional 12.9 Review

Introduction We have all ran into an issue before. Accidentally formatted an SD card or deleted important files (pictures, documents, etc..) and feared the worst. Years ago that may have been the case for home users not so savvy on getting data back using Linux tools and other such tools, until software developers started improving the tools available to us at a reasonable price. In this review we will be... read more

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional Review

You know how it is, we occasionally delete a file we thought we didn’t need but found out we really needed it. Or had an issue with Windows and ran the system restore or reloaded Windows and forgot all about those pictures, music and documents and thought they were lost forever. That is where Data Recovery software can be your best friend. One such program is EaseUs’s Data Recovery Pro which I... read more

TinyMCE Advanced A Plugin to improve WordPress Post editing options

In the past when creating posts with WordPress I always reverted to editing HTML code directly if I wanted advanced features in my posts like tables, font family and other features, but from time to time it is nice to just have the ability to click and add while in the editor. So after digging a bit in the plug-ins I came across TinyMCE Advanced. TinyMCE adds 16 plugins to WordPress’ wysiwyg editor:... read more

Online Document Conversions with CometDocs

On past posts I have covered different ways to convert docs to PDF and other format’s on your Linux and Windows systems. One possible way that I have not discussed is the use of online convertors. Recently I was made aware of a site called CometDocs which is a free online document management service. Online convertors have been around for sometime and have many good uses for quick and easy drag and... read more

FBackup 4 a free backup for Windows

As much as we hate to admit it, we need to backup our systems. If you are a systems administrator with a very limited budget you will usually find an affordable way or a home grown solution to backup your servers. Bigger shops usually will use the commercial products like Symantec NetBackup, but smaller shops the cost is big. The nice thing is this will work for your Windows 7, 8, Vista and XP system. You... read more

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