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Ian M.

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Experience: Computers & Technology, Business, Reference

Member since June 2011

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140 Reviews by Ian

6/17/11
Yet again - another fantastic tool! Browse your computer and put files, photos, or whatever in for testing. Apparently they use up to 43 different antivirus engines to test the quality of the file! Great stuff.
6/15/11
Fantastic website and designed well. Its an alternative site to NASA to get the latest news about space. Its a great read and very informative. However - I will warn that it won't be as accurate and dependable like NASAs website. Overall - 4 stars!
6/14/11
Another Firefox must have add-on.
Found a good website or news article but you don't have enough time to read it? Well add this great extension. It is so much easier and quicker than bookmarking a page. Just a simple click then your done.
6/14/11
Do you want a professional looking email signature?
Do you want a social signature so that people can find you online? In example, your Facebook account, your RSS feeds or even your very own blog-page?

Well - WiseStamp does just that. It works as a Firefox extension and will work with email clients such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail, etc.
Rockmelt
6/12/11
Its a fantastic social browser and would be useful for those who are heavy on social networking. The browser is on Beta 2 and focused on Facebook more than most other social networking websites. Improvement needs to me made so that it works with a variety of social networking sites. I would suggest that this browser never replaces your original, i.e. Firefox.
6/11/11
Absolutely love RunningAhead.com! Its a website that lets you record your running. In addition to that, you can write down what you did at gym and your swimming tasks. The site will record the miles you ran, the time you did your run, the weather, along with notes, heart rate and some other pretty cool stuff. You can also put up your race results and time and it will let you know your personal best for that distance.
6/9/11
MailStore.com is a free tool for home users and has a business version also for a good price. MailStore is a client that will archive all your emails so that you can free up some space on your account. No need to manually archive, just enter a couple details about your email account and set up automatic forwarding and then you're done!
6/9/11
Great Christian store. Really good prices and are always shipped out. Totally safe.
6/9/11
I am surprised that no one has rated this one. From the minute you open up the homepage, to the minute you leave, you'll feel that "wow" feeling inside. Basically, there are two types of photos for this website: Panorama and Synth. However - the website is more about Synth photos. These are more complex photos as they aren't what you'd call a "single-image". It basically turns your photos into a 3D look-alike world. Really good quality, also!
6/9/11
I absolutely love weebly.com. Creating websites are often daunting but programs like this can assist even a complete noob create a professional looking website in hours. No need to know your HTML coding, etc as many gadgets are provided on this website already. All you have to do is drag and drop, that easy! Of course, if you're into HTML or like adding flash programs, you can do that to.
6/9/11
Heidi.ie is the home of Eraser, a file shredding program. Even though it does take some patience, it will get the job done much better than most other programs. I have been using the program for the past several years with no problems whatsoever.
6/9/11
I should send my praise to this site and recommend it to others. I was using Norton Power Eraser and a file named "pxhelp20.sys" came up as unsafe. I almost went ahead and and removed it from my computer. However because it was in my system32 I wanted to exercise caution. I did a Google search and found this website which I found helpful. It stated that it was a needed program to start the computer up. Without this site (and a little brain of course!), I probably would have killed my computer. So highly recommended site.
6/8/11
I often have had a hard time finding apps online, and recently found a search engine that makes life a little easier. Even though Quixey is currently in Beta stage, it is user-friendly and well designed. Its as simple as telling the engine what you want to do, then it will give you a number of applications that can help.
Pip.verisignlabs.com
6/7/11
Personally, this website makes me feel safe and secure compared to most others. It has a file vault that can store up to 2GB for free, along with managing your own personal identity page. It also can be useful to store your passwords and safely sign into your favorite websites with one click. To secure your account even more, in addition to a username and password, you can set up a digital certificate or have a code sent to your phone for extra security.
6/7/11
I have being using Rainmeter for some time now and I have become a very satisfied customer. This website lets you install a program onto your computer and have the ability to customize your desktop. Its very flexible and not one thing you cannot change.
6/5/11
I once upon a time did a Google search on my house phone number and found the results come up on this page. I opened the page up and questioned myself how they had such information about us. For example, our address, names, service provider, maps and a whole lot more information. I found this interesting frankly because we are set to private.

Anyway - I made contact with Reverse Australia and asked them how they obtained such information and politely asked them to remove my details. Within 5 minutes, I had received a response and they deleted all the information. They also told me where the information was obtained from, in which they said was from a telemarketer company. But I am very satisfied with how they handled the situation.
6/5/11
Have got to love comodo.com! I believe that this organisation has a successful future ahead of them. For personal users they have a number of free products ranging from Internet Security, Firewalls, backup managers and even an EasyVPN that secures your instant messaging. I also like to use 'SecureEmail' that they also provide free for non-commercial use. It will both encrypt and digitally sign all your emails. I recommend this site to all.
6/5/11
Obviously Wikipedia.org is a safe and a enjoyable browsing experience. I find Wikipedia.org a great start when looking for information. However as some have mentioned, anyone can edit these pages. Thus it can be biased and not based entirely on the truth. Ask most universities and they will almost always tell you not to use Wikipedia.org as a source. But again, don't doubt the site. It is a great starting point during research.
TrueCrypt
6/4/11
Surprised this doesn't have a comment yet. This is again another OpenProject I support. It's particularly useful when you have important documents such as bank files that you don't want others to read. The best part about it is YOU do the encrypting so no one, not even TrueCrypt themselves can Decrypt the files.
6/4/11
This would have to be a personal favorite. This program along with Sandboxie almost completely makes you anonymous online. I would recommend this to anyone concerned about their privacy online.

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