Sep 10 2013

Stop Me Not – New Iphone/Ipad Game Release

Stop Me Not - New Iphone/Ipad Game Release

Stop Me Not

Now available on the AppStore:

Download Link 

Description:

THERE HE COMES! THE ARROGANT PENGUIN!

Now let's do some tricks on him and,

DON'T SHOW ANY MERCY!

Because he is TOUGHER than you think.

Function:

Swipe in Certain Direction at the Right Time and you'll see your tricks working on the penguin.

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May 01 2013

How to open VHD VDI and VMDK files without opening virtual machine

Recently I found it really frustrating accessing my old files "in" the disk image files and they are name with different endings. Whenever I want to access my files, I have to run the corresponding Virtual Machine software, waiting for the starting-up, then manipulating files within the virtual machine, and to make things worse, file sharing between the nati [Read More…]

Apr 09 2013

The best free unzip and compression software that boosts your productivity

The best free unzip and compression software that boosts your productivity

Usually we use a bunch of small sized softwares for daily tasks like file extraction, disk image mounting and image viewing. Although it won't bother much taking one minute or two installing them, you still have to frequently switch among different tools for simple tasks, and that is not really necessary.

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Apr 09 2013

How to snap and maximize windows on Mac OS like in Windows 7

How to snap and maximize windows on Mac OS like in Windows 7

Many migrating from Windows to Mac OS have experienced a little getting-used-to on the Mac style window moving operations. And it is true that the lack of window snapping feature sometimes makes you really want to reboot back to Windows. Good news is there are some small applications totally for free to help realize the Win style window snapping on your Mac. [Read More…]

Apr 08 2013

How to insert the Hiragana (Furigana) annotation above the Kanji characters in Japanese web pages

How to insert the Hiragana (Furigana) annotation above the Kanji characters in Japanese web pages

It is not an easy task for Japanese beginners to get familiar with the readings of all the needed Kanji characters, unlike many western languages, if you don't know a Kanji, you'll hardly have any clue on how to read them, let alone the Kunyomi and the Onyomi readings.

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