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PictureImp is the world's first "Zero-Click" web image downloader. As you browse web pages, PictureImp sits in the system tray and waits until you start it. When you do so, it pops up a small semi-transparent basket. The basket floats over the page and you can drag and drop any web image into this basket. That's all you need to do. No unnecessary clicks and no navigating through window dialogs. Just drop it! Usually, when you browse the Internet and stumble upon an interesting image you want to save, you have to first right-click the image, select "Save Image As.." option from the popup menu, browse to the folder where you want to save the image, type in its name and finally click the "Save" button. But most people don't want to mess with so many annoying "click-click-click" operations. They just want the images to be saved in one click or even without having to click at all! PictureImp lets you drop an image into a tray basket without any clicks at all! PictureImp saves an image to the preset folder using the original name of the file or re-naming the file automatically based on the naming template you specify. This process is done automatically and behind the scene. You just drag-and-drop and the rest is done by the program in the background. Another big feature of PictureImp is the ability to set up more than one basket. Each basket will have its own folder for saving images, its own naming template and its own custom look. This option is useful when, for example, you want to save photos into one folder and web design elements, such as logos or bullets into another folder. You'll love browsing the Internet with PictureImp because you don't have to do anything special to save images. It just works. PictureImp is aimed at everyday, casual surfers, web masters and web designers who just want to get images from the net with the least amount of hassle.

  

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PictureImp: http://www.pictureimp.com/download/PictureImpInstall.exe

 

HDDlife Notebook Edition monitors hard drive health and performance. It has been developed with the peculiarities of portable computers taken into account. Unique technologies make data information on the state of the hard drive highly precise and available at any moment. The JustNow instant measurement technology reflects the state of the hard drive as a percentage of a new drive. You can see this value right after you start the program. Another unique technology called AnywhereView makes drive performance indicators available from dialog boxes of any software application. These technologies provide clear and available information about the performance of the hard drive. When HDDlife controls the work of the hard drive, it informs you about hard drive overheating or a decrease in its performance. It regularly measures the temperature and performance of the hard drive at the specified intervals. The state of the drive is displayed in the tray as a percentage of health and performance together with its temperature. The results of each check are displayed as a brief notification. Data about available disk space is also displayed there. Additional data about the drive, such as its total working time and structure, is available in the program window. HDDlife always keeps you informed about the state of the hard drive. Besides displaying the current state of the drive, the program also gives recommendations on how to improve its work, when to back up data and prepare a replacement. In critical cases, it allows the user to automatically switch the system to the standby mode or to the power saving mode. It protects the system when it runs in the autonomous mode. When you control the system remotely, HDDlife can send messages with the results of the last check via the network or by e-mail. It will run in the background mode, regularly check the state of the hard drive and send reports to a remote computer. 

HDDlife for Notebooks: http://www.hddlife.com/dp/distr/app-0063153e87/site-001b1da2d96/lng-eng/hddlife_notebooks.exe

deSleeper: http://sites.google.com/a/norabble.com/desleeper/version-2-0/DeSleeper2.0.zip

Wake-On-Lan allows off or sleeping machines to be started remotely, but is difficult to make work in many network environments. This is especially true for desktop machines in corporate networks. Also in these environments machines are often left on when not in use so they can be accessed remotely. These tools will provide workarounds to make the use of Wake-On-Lan easier, more reliable, and compliant with security standards. I hope to encourage more users to configure their machines to shutdown, sleep or hibernate and conserve power when not in use, with the confidence that they will have access when necessary. 

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