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Windows 8.1 reportedly updates apps silently

Windows 8.1 reportedly updates The latest Windows 8.1 build apparently updates apps automatically. Updating apps in Windows 8.1 will apparently be a simpler process than it is in Windows 8. Users who installed the latest Windows 8.1 build, known as 9385, discovered that several apps had automatically updated themselves in the background, according to blog site Winbeta. One of the …

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Mozilla: Look ma, no plug-in for video, apps

Mozilla: Look ma A new codec from Mozilla and OTOY will let browsers run high-performance rendering apps like Autodesk and high-definition video without plug-ins, the companies unveiled Friday. The new, open-source digital stream encoder and decoder, called ORBX.js, obviates the need for a plug-in like Flash, Sliverlight, or QuickTime to run HD video in the browser. Mozilla and OTOY expect …

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Best desktop speakers for audiophiles on a budget

Best desktop speakers We are all lazy to varying extents. It’s this inherent laziness that prevents us from putting a genuine effort towards thorough research—something that should be an ideal precursor to any product purchase. This lack of product awareness and general apathy towards purchase decisions is the primary reason why the market is flooded with flagrantly bad, poorly designed, …

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Invoicera – A Happy End to Invoicing Humdrums

Invoicing is one of the most important functions in any business. When you have a huge customer base to cater, you know how difficult it can get creating and managing invoices manually. Now, this is where you make some room for a billing application that can take care of all the niche needs of your business. There are a number …

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Options for previewing fonts in OS X

Options for previewing fonts in OS X OS X comes with a number of fonts, and if you install third-party software such as Microsoft Office or Adobe’s Creative Suite, your system may be inundated with them. This may not be that big of an issue, but if you want to see what a font looks like before picking one to …

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