a9t9 is a free, open-source OCR software available as a Windows Modern app (for Windows 8 or Windows 10) licensed with GPL or through the Autonomous Technology website.
The company has introduced “Suggested Tiles” for the New Tab page.
Intel Security (formerly McAfee) has been promoting their coming service to “remove the hassle of passwords” for a while. Earlier, I received my invitation to download the software and create a profile in its preview state.
Microsoft’s Hyperlapse gives you the ability to speed up your videos to change storytelling while keeping the playback smooth.
Yesterday’s Patch Tuesday brought Windows Updates and updates to Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader/Acrobat 10 and 11. In addition, Mozilla updated Firefox to version 38.
The Ignite keynote covered a wide spread of Microsoft products and is quite convincing that Microsoft is coming in full tilt with this line-up.
The latest version integrates VirusTotal, a service that scans files against more than 50 antivirus engines, to help clean up malware infections.
Google rolled out version 42 of the Chrome browser this week. Along with security fixes, the biggest change is the disabling of NPAPI plugins by default.
Following up on last week’s announcement of Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader DC’s release, this article documents the silent install options for Reader.
Adobe made available the Adobe Document Cloud today along with updates Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader DC.
Firefox 37.0 was released today and despite the bug fixes and new features, something else was much more noticeable.
If you choose to install Skype through the Windows Update, the install will have options that you could easily miss that will change your home page to MSN and search engine to Bing.