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Passwords remain a necessary evil. Necessary because almost every web site you want to use wants you to create an account and log in. Evil because anyone that gets your password can login to the site as you.

The problem is that a password must be easy for you to remember, but hard for someone else to guess or crack. Is Roboform the answer?

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Have you ever wanted to automate tasks that you perform often, or map keyboard shortcuts to make your life easier? Well, I have the answer and it’s AutoHotkey.

AutoHotkey is a free, open-source application that allows you to create and run scripts to automate your workflow. Let’s see how easy it is to program with AutoHotkey and automate your workflow.

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Screencasts are a sure way to sell your stuff online, especially if you’re a developer. It adds certain credibility to your product and sometimes it’s easy to make your point. What needs a lengthy description on paper just takes a few seconds on a screenshot. For developers, mainly designers, it’s the best way to show-off.

“I’m already sold, just show me how the heck to do it”, I hear you say. Today, we’re going to take a look at the most popular screen recorder known to man. Yes, I’m talking about Camtasia Studio. Let’s find out what makes it so popular and if it’s worth your while — join me after the jump.

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PC gaming in current years has lost its sheen since a big portion of the gaming crowd has transferred to console gaming. When visiting game shops, the PC game section is small and not varied compared to the vast number of games for Xbox 360 and PS3.

Is Steam the answer to PC gaming’s woes? Does Steam really supply what the PC gaming market needs? Let’s find out!

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GIMP is one of the most popular alternatives to Adobe Photoshop that fits in everyone’s budget — free. For those of us who can’t afford or don’t like Photoshop, GIMP is a nice, feature laden photo editor and image manipulation application.

The name stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program and is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Let’s see how this free image editor stacks up against Adobe Photoshop.

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Moving documents and other files to a Kindle is often an arduous affair. Or at least that’s my experience so far.

So when I heard about Send to Kindle, I was quite eager to try it out. Is it worth your time? Let’s find out!

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Gain Extra Control of Windows with eXtra Buttons

Everyone wants to feel that they are in full control of their computer, and this is certainly true of programs and windows. This is what you spend most of your time at your computer working with, so it makes sense that you should want management to be made as easy as possible.

eXtra Buttons is one such outrageously useful free tool that you need to look at, if you’re like me!

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Dropbox is one of my favorite cloud apps because of its incredible features and web interface.

But what if you want to take your Dropbox files with you on a flash drive? Or you’re using a computer where you don’t have administrator priviledges? That’s where DropboxPortableAHK comes in. Is it worth your time? Let’s find out!

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When you think about your conventional racing game, you think about getting from Point A to Point B as fast as you can. Well, the developers of Nitronic Rush have incorporated a survival aspect into the game and a plethora of unique features that further enhances your game play.

Along with theses added features, Nitronic Rush also has a unique music system that adapts as you progress through the game. All this make Nitronic Rush incredibly addictive and creates an enjoyable time for the player. Read on for our full review.

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There has always been controversy about the Windows Phone Marketplace and the number of apps on it affecting the perception on the future of the platform. A common comment from a lot of users was also the fact that most of the apps were just RSS readers of a single website’s feed.

Next Gen Reader is not just another RSS reader. It is an RSS reader exclusively for Windows Phone and it claims to be the fastest Google Reader client for the platform. Does it live up to it’s claim? Let’s find out.

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