Stuff that's on the Internet. And free. Or slightly more than free.
File zipper 7-Zip now has a new user interface and Profiles Support:
I love it for its right-click menu ease of use.
Is this a place for links?
Test your monitors here...
Yes, Tiny, that's exactly the kind of useful link that belongs on here. Cheers.
Following on from a conversation elsewhere....
f.lux™ Better lighting...for your computer [Windows, Mac and Linux.]
"F.lux... ...makes the color of your computer's display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day."
"It's even possible that you're staying up too late because of your computer. You could use f.lux because it makes you sleep better, or you could just use it just because it makes your computer look better."
I am not sure where I should ask this but can someone living in London tell me if your public library system allows audiobook downloading and point me to a link?
SIW is excellent, Sidey. Haven't explored all of it yet, but it's looking very good.
Bleu - yes, here's Haringey Libraries' catalogue:http://haringey.lib.overdrive.com/67A7E680-D16E-4F20-854E-FCAA494F9C94/10/561/en/Default.htm
I can't remember who put up the link for PretonSaver, the programme that save printing ink, but thank you, it really is good. Does anyone know how much it will cost after the initial free period?
Thanks, it must have been you then Sideways. I did get the license, but I thought that only lasted a while? Maybe I didn't read it properly. Great if it's free for ever as it really seems to save ink and money.
Site not been around long and something about security certificate; then it tries to sell one of its products.
So, can I get rid of it?