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Creating Amazing Reports using Maps and Charts in MapInfo

Using Toad as Best Free Database Management Tool - Example with Toad Freeware and Oracle Instant Client




       

Excel for Telecom & IT - Part 4 (Hiding Cell Values - Force Understand Data Type - Repeat Labels PivotTable - Fill Blank Cells in Column)

G-NetTrack (and other Great Tools) for 2G-3G-4G GSM-UMTS-LTE Monitoring and Test

OpenSignal: GSM WCDMA LTE WI-FI - 2G 3G 4G (Cell Coverage) Signal Maps

Using G-MoN (WarDriving – Field Test – Site Survey) for Wi-Fi 2G 3G UMTS 4G LTE

       

Mapinfo for Telecom - Part 4 (Using Voronoi for LAC, Performance KPI and other Analysis)

Free Photo Editor Online - Free Image Editing direct in your Browser

Creating and Editing Drive Test Routes in Google Earth & Google Maps

Best Free Desktop and Email Search Software

       

Why (and How) to use Linkedin?

Computers Remote Access using Internet

Google SketchUp - Better Reports and Presentations with 3D Models

Microsoft Access for Telecom - Part 4 (Using Different Data Sources)

       

Microsoft Access for Telecom - Part 3 (Crosstab Queries)

Best VBE (VBA Code Editor) Tips Ever!

AutoIt - Tasks Automation

Mapinfo for Telecom - Part 3

       

Advanced SystemCare FREE - Computer Diagnostic, Repair and Maintenance

Excel for Telecom & IT - Part 3

Using your Computer (a Better Way) - Part 1

Mapinfo for Telecom - Part 2

       

Microsoft Access for Telecom - Part 2

Microsoft Access for Telecom - Part 1

Best Free CAD (DWG-DWF-DXF-CSF) Viewer

Notepad++

       

Outlook for Telecom and IT - Part 1

FTP Client Filezilla

Excel for Telecom & IT - Part 2

Mapinfo for Telecom - Part 1

       

Online Wireless Transmission Tool

Excel for Telecom & IT - Part 1

Online Planning Tool

Google Earth II

       

Mobile Data Monitoring Application

Folder Size

Print Folder

Technology Posters

       

Primo PDF Converter

WarriorsOfThe.Net

Avast Free Antivirus

How to Send Big Files

       

CCleaner

NetWorx

Power Toys

Office Tabs (till 2007)

       

Bulk Rename Utility

gsmarena

Free Download Manager

NTT Docomo's Future Vision

       

Format Factory

thefreedictionary

Serif PhotoPlus SE

Google Earth

       

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Creating Amazing Reports using Maps and Charts in MapInfo 

Posted by leopedrini Monday, March 07, 2016 1:04:00 AM Categories: Mapinfo Reports and Presentations
Since last week, we have received many compliments from people who downloaded the last Presentation of the Market Share of Mobile Operators in Brazil, mainly referring to slides that include graphs and maps together (associated). Thank you for the recognition! :) But beyond say thanks, many people also asked how to do that. That is, how to use charts and maps together, making it even easier to 'read' the information. Indeed, reports like these (sometimes we call infographics -... read more
 

Using Toad as Best Free Database Management Tool 

Example with Toad Freeware and Oracle Instant Client
Posted by leopedrini Friday, November 01, 2013 9:26:00 AM Categories: Excel Microsoft Access Reports and Presentations Utilities
There's no doubt the use of data nowadays is much bigger than just a little while ago. The trend is that this growth will increase more and more. And in any area where there's this need for data usage, there will also be a form of storage and control thereof, such as large databases. In the Telecom and IT area for example, numerous elements, alarms, meters and gauges, complaints and service calls, customer data and various other variables need to be stored properly so they can later be... read more
 

Excel for Telecom & IT - Part 4 (Hiding Cell Values - Force Understand Data Type - Repeat Labels PivotTable - Fill Blank Cells in Column) 

Posted by leopedrini Sunday, October 13, 2013 9:09:00 AM Categories: Excel
Let's talk again about Microsoft Excel software, so important in the telecommunications work (and also to numerous other areas) that often we heard someone say that he should be one of the subjects of the University. Even if you don't totally agree with the above statement, you must at least know that Excel really helps our work, and that is why it is so used. // The tips that we present today, and in all tutorials of this series can also be seen as 'tricks' that make us ... read more
 

G-NetTrack (and other Great Tools) for 2G-3G-4G GSM-UMTS-LTE Monitoring and Test 

Here at telecomHall you already know: we are constantly trying to find the best Telecommunications Tips and Practices to simply share them with you. As its name suggests (Telecommunications Hall) we try to be the location where these Telecommunications and IT professionals find help to start, or even to evolve in their daily tasks. // In this way, today we would like to present to you - that are still not familiar with - a fantastic set of free solutions, but that surely... read more
 

OpenSignal: GSM WCDMA LTE WI-FI - 2G 3G 4G (Cell Coverage) Signal Maps 

Wednesday, July 17, 2013 9:18:00 AM Categories: 2G-3G-4G Networks Cellphones Coverage Google Maps Measurers
Here at telecomHall, as you already know, we share tips and interesting suggestions geared to the technical audience, people who works with Telecom and IT. But today we are going to talk about a very interesting application, but that doesn't only apply to these professionals, but to everyone that use wireless devices. // Introducing OpenSignal, an application that performs Cellular and Wi-Fi Networks data collection, and use it in building a comprehensive public map with... read more
 

Using G-MoN (WarDriving – Field Test – Site Survey) for Wi-Fi 2G 3G UMTS 4G LTE 

Thursday, January 31, 2013 11:53:00 AM Categories: Google Earth Google Maps Measurers
When you think about a painter, which is the first tool that comes to your head? Probably you thought about a paint can or a brush, correct? And when we speak of a handyman, what do you remember? Now probably must have thought about a hammer or saw. This is fine, because all professions have its tools commonly associated with. But when we talk about a telecommunications professional? Now it is not so easy to say what would be the tool… // But this answer is becoming... read more
 

Mapinfo for Telecom - Part 4 (Using Voronoi for LAC, Performance KPI and other Analysis) 

Thursday, June 28, 2012 3:26:00 PM Categories: Mapinfo Reports and Presentations
Whether in IT or Telecommunications area, any new knowledge acquired becomes an extra point in our professional experience, a bonus. Even if we use it or not, is worth at least meet new possibilities. So, in case you may need in the future, you know where you can find this resource. An example of this is the use of Voronoi Function in programs such as Mapinfo, and that only a few people know. So let's find out today what is Voronoi, and also see a practical (and very interesting) ... read more
 

Free Online Photo Editor - Free Image Editing direct in your Browser 

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 11:07:00 PM Categories: Image
As you're already used to, we try to bring to you the best tips in the Telecom and IT area. Not always the focus is only these areas, as today's tip, which can be used in different circumstances - always with the goal of improving your user experience. // So, let know today an excellent image editor, online and free. The Pixlr Editor. Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time... read more
 

Creating and Editing Drive Test Routes in Google Earth 

Monday, March 19, 2012 11:46:00 PM Categories: Google Earth
The Drive Test is an excellent way to evaluate network, and we also talked here in telecomHall about some tips and best practices to perform it. As we have seen, it can be used in several areas. Today we will present a few tips for a specific type of Drive Test: quality routes. // Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time is short, maybe you find some typos (sometimes we just use ... read more
 

Copernic - Best Free Desktop and Email Search Software 

Sunday, February 19, 2012 9:41:00 PM Categories: Searchers
Suddenly someone asks if you have a particular file, or if you've saved an e-mail message that you received a few months ago about a particular subject. What do you do? Uses the Windows Search itself, or Outlook Search? Unfortunately, this is an area where Microsoft had everything to win, but don't. If you depend on the Windows searches for this type of task, you can even find what you're looking for, but it will take a long time! An exit is seek alternatives to these Desktop and Email ... read more
 

Why (and How) to use LinkedIn? 

Thursday, January 12, 2012 7:30:00 PM Categories: Social Networks
If you do a web search, for example using Google, do you know for sure what will you find on the first page? Answer? Your profile on LinkedIn! Of course, if you don't have a profile on it, it cannot appear. Because of this, you can see that having a LinkdeIn profile can be interesting, can you? However, some people have some initial difficulty, or even a resistance, and simply fail to use this powerful tool available. On the other hand, after they create a profile, and start using it,... read more
 

Computers Remote Access using Internet 

Monday, December 19, 2011 12:36:00 PM Categories: Remote Access Reports and Presentations
There are many reasons why you might need to make a remote connection to access another computer. Fortunately, there are many ways to accomplish this. // But if on the one hand there are numerous applications and services for this purpose, often it's still confusing to many people to understand how is it possible. So, let's try to understand how this works, allowing you to choose the best program when we need it? Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written ... read more
 

Google SketchUp - Better Reports and Presentations with 3D Models 

Wednesday, December 07, 2011 8:25:00 PM Categories: CAD Reports and Presentations
Whatever your area, sometime you probably need to present a report to a client or manager. // In Telecommunications area, the vast majority of reports or presentations have almost always the same traditional formats. In some ways this is good because the standardization makes it easier to extract the content that really matters from them. But this does not prevent you from improving the presentation or report traditional format, including a better experience mainly in ... read more
 

Microsoft Access for Telecom - Part 4 (Using Different Data Sources) 

Thursday, October 27, 2011 2:04:00 PM Categories: Microsoft Access
Hello, we will continue our series on Access Tips. But our approach is slightly different today: we will demonstrate step by step how to integrate different formats of input data with the Hunter System. // In other words, we will see how to use data from our network in the Hunter Sample Modules. Note: Obviously, we believe that everyone has read all the previous tutorials, since they have necessary considerations that have been demonstrated and explained in detail. The... read more
 

Microsoft Access for Telecom - Part 3 (Crosstab Queries) 

Thursday, September 29, 2011 7:11:00 PM Categories: Microsoft Access
Hello folks, today we see another great tip of practical use of MS Access in a common activity: Analysis in Telecom and IT. // And so we'll know a new type of SQL Query - the Crosstab Query. Although the name may seem complicated, this query can help us a lot. So let's see how to do? Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time is short, maybe you find some typos (sometimes we just use... read more
 

Best VBE (VBA Code Editor) Tips Ever 

Thursday, September 29, 2011 7:08:00 PM Categories: Programming
Sometimes we do some actions or activities in a certain way, and reach a satisfactory outcome by the way we do it. But as always mentioned here, you can often do your Work a little bit better. // And this rule also applies to the VBE - VBA Editor - used when writing Macros in Excel or in Access Modules, for example. So now we'll learn some very interesting tips and tricks for those who are interested in this kind of programming - and of course to us, that we use the VBE... read more
 

AutoIt - Tasks Automation 

Monday, September 19, 2011 6:42:00 PM Categories: Automation Computers Programming
There are some tasks that we need to run repeatedly, and with some frequency. Some of them like reading e-mails or reviewing reports have no other way: we have to do it manually and repeat it again and again. // However, there are some tasks that can be performed automatically for us, in other words, can be automated. And as a result, among other advantages, is a reasonable 'time saving'. So let's know a program that can help us a lot in the automation of some tasks that ... read more
 

Mapinfo for Telecom - Part 3 (make table editable, create lines from points, create multi thematic map) 

Wednesday, September 07, 2011 9:29:00 AM Categories: Mapinfo
Hello everybody, let's continue with our tips Mapinfo, with examples and applications for IT and Telecom. // To do this we see some more practical needs and situations found in daily work. Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time is short, maybe you find some typos (sometimes we just use the automatic translator, with only a final and 'quick' review). We apologize and we have an... read more
 

Advanced SystemCare FREE - Computer Diagnostic, Repair and Maintenance 

Wednesday, September 07, 2011 9:25:00 AM Categories: Computers Tools Utilities
When the computer starts to behave strangely, is a sign that some action must be taken, otherwise we run the risk of having a lot of headaches. But often dwe don't know what that action should be, since the computer problems can occur due to several factors. In most cases, is not as simple to identify the cause of problems. // In addition, we use the computer to work in the field, such as Drive RF Tests and Surveys, and are subject to one of the worst possible problem: HD... read more
 

Telecom to Excel - Part 3 (connecting chart null points, using custom lists and finding unique records) 

Wednesday, August 24, 2011 1:35:00 PM Categories: Excel
Let's continue learning a few more tips on using Excel, from Microsoft. // These are quick tips, but applied in situations that we find in our work. By always learning new tips, you can not only make everyday tasks faster and simpler, but can also become an increasingly differentiated professional. So let start this brief tutorial today. Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time is ... read more
 

Using your Computer (a Better Way) - Part 1 

Thursday, August 11, 2011 6:03:00 PM Categories: Computers
We all use computers every day, whether for simple tasks (like reading this article on the Internet), and even for the most advanced (such as programming and writing reports). But does we use all available resources efficiently? // Whatever the Operating System or program used, there are always simple tips but very efficient, which help us to improve our productivity. Let's start a series on various computer use tips. Note: Although most of the tips apply to Windows... read more
 

Mapinfo for Telecom - Part 2 

Friday, August 05, 2011 11:51:00 AM Categories: Mapinfo
Continuing the series of tips on using Mapinfo for Telecom and IT, today we see an example where we use SQL. // Through a very simple step by step, let's see how do basic operations involving points and polygons. Download Files The Hunter SDK programs and codes are provided for donors. In the tips section, however, all data can be downloaded for free, making it easier to fololow explanations. So, first download the sample files of this tutorial. Note: All ... read more
 

Microsoft Access for Telecom - Part 2 

Saturday, July 02, 2011 4:26:00 PM Categories: Microsoft Access
Hello, we will continue today with a series of tips on MS Access to Telecom and IT. Although I do not like to publish tips followed on the same topic, a large number of readers asked, so let's wake. // Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time is short, maybe you find some typos (sometimes we just use the automatic translator, with only a final and 'quick' review). We apologize and we have an... read more
 

Microsoft Access for Telecom - Part 1 

Thursday, June 16, 2011 6:48:00 PM Categories: Microsoft Access
Let's start a series of tutorials for Microsoft Access, as it is widely used in the Hunter SDK. // A factor common in beginners in Access is that most of the time there is a kind of 'barrier', as if Access was an extremely complicated, a software only for the famous DBAs (database administrators). Even those who use Excel, even advanced, find it hard to get to work with Access, and simply stop using it. But let's start with an example: Imagine that you drive every day to ... read more
 

Best Free CAD (DWG-DWF-DXF-CSF) Viewer 

Tuesday, May 17, 2011 9:51:00 PM Categories: AutoCAD Utilities
As in all areas of Engineering, also in Telecom and IT technical drawing is widely used. // The professionals use specialized computer software to create their designs, and the program AutoCAD, from AutoDesk is arguably the most used. However, not everyone who uses the files generated by this software has licensed to use it, or have it installed - but end up having to use. Why should I use a CAD program visualization? The answer is simple: if you need to work... read more
 

Notepad++ 

Tuesday, April 12, 2011 11:06:00 AM Categories: Text
Yes, Notepad is great: it is fast, simple and does what it proposes. // But a time comes when we begin to miss 'something else' when it comes to handling text files. Then we meet a very efficient program, to be used in cases where we need to work with Text files, and certain additional skills are required. Why should I use a program other than Notepad? As already mentioned, we consider the Notepad program very good taking into account the tasks for which it... read more
 

Outlook for Telecom and IT - Part 1 

Tuesday, March 22, 2011 1:53:00 PM Categories: Email Outlook
Begin a new series of tips, now with Outlook - Microsoft Mail program. As in all Office Suite, you can create VBA macros in Outlook, which can be useful in applications that use it as a client e-mail. // But let's start today with simple tips for using the program. Although simple, it is worth knowing. Note: Tools such as Excel, Mapinfo and Google Earth - taht we already has initiated series of tips here - has its specific applications to our area, and it's easy to talk... read more
 

FTP Client Filezilla 

Wednesday, March 09, 2011 10:29:00 AM Categories: FTP
Returning to the recommendations of useful software for IT and Telecom, let's talk about FTP programs. // As always, it is (almost) possible for us to work without them. But surely, our work will be higher. Why should I use an FTP program? FTP - file transfer protocol or, as the name implies, is a protocol for transferring files. When the name protocol comes into play, many people already think it is complicated. But it isn't. This protocol actually came to... read more
 

Excel for Telecom & IT - Part 2 

Monday, February 21, 2011 5:32:00 PM Categories: Excel
Today we'll continue with Excel Tips, aimed at the area of Telecom and IT. // Some quick tips, and sometimes unknown to some users. Always learning new tips you can not only perform everyday tasks faster and simpler, but also become an increasingly differentiated professional. So let's go to the brief tutorial today. Move Column Ever needed to move a column in an Excel table? Assume the following: that you have a table in Excel, with some columns of data. Suppose further ... read more
 

Mapinfo for Telecom - Part 1 

Friday, January 14, 2011 9:52:00 AM Categories: Mapinfo
To work with telecom and IT, it is not enough only haveing a good knowledge of theoretical concepts and practical activities in the area. It is of utmost importance to know anything else that can help us to become more efficient in our work. // This is particularly the case for some programs and applications, that once used properly, really worth it. As an example of well-known programs, highlight Excel - that i wrote an article about it: link. But we have several other interesting... read more
 

Online Wireless Transmission Tool 

Monday, November 29, 2010 5:25:00 PM Categories: TX
Hello! A few days ago, I published an article about an online planning tool for RF. Today, I return to the same subject, with a new tool, now in the area of Transmission (PDH, SDH...). // The software is entirely online, hence the advantages of this type of implementation: access from anywhere with a username and password, standardization of procedures, etc... This only makes me believe that this is the path to which are going all software. Be RF Planning, Transmission or any other... read more
 

Excel for Telecom & IT - Part 1 

Thursday, November 25, 2010 5:31:00 AM Categories: Excel
There are programs that all Telecom & IT professionals (and also other areas) need to know to use. And one of the most important of them is Excel from Microsoft. // But what ends up happening is that, as well as in other programs, people end up using just the basics. Of course, knowing the basics is often enough to accomplish our work. Except that there are certain tips, even using Excel, which are simple but very effective to increase our productivity. Let us know some of them ... read more
 

Online Planning Tool 

Thursday, November 11, 2010 6:06:00 AM Categories: 2G-3G-4G Networks Coverage Google Maps Tools
Hello everybody, how are You? Today we'll learn another interesting Telecom tip - a complete prediction software - and online! // That's right, is a complete prediction analysis software, and you can use for free, and online. Particularly, I have used CellPlan, U-Net, Planet, Wizard and Asset3g. Of course we cannot (yet) replace this software for an online version - either itselves, which may be developed following the global trend of other suites, either the tool that we'll know today.... read more
 

Google Earth II 

Thursday, November 04, 2010 8:38:00 PM Categories: Google Earth
Hi folks, after some time away, I decided to return. :) Because Google Earth is one of my favorite program, it is fair that I restart the publication of new tips with it. NOTE: This feature is available with new version. Check anounce here http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/2010/06/announcing-google-earth-52.html. // So today we'll see a very nice facility, and many people do not know - and does not use: Heights Profile! First Tutorial - Important Before proceeding: if... read more
 

Mobile Data Monitoring Application 

Thursday, July 29, 2010 9:57:00 PM Categories: Measurers
When you establish a connection using your mini USB modem, can you get basic information as the signal level in dBm and server sector? And information like Cell ID and LAC, hard? // If you are not satisfied with the simple information of five bars, then it is worth knowing MDMA - Mobile Data Monitoring Application. Installation and License No need to install the application, just unzip the contents of the ZIP file to a folder and run the EXE. Simply download the ZIP file from... read more
 

Folder Size 

Thursday, July 22, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Utilities
You can not understand why Windows does not come with this option - the Mac has: view the folder size. // When we visualize the files and folders in Windows Explorer, only got to see on our right the size of each file - the size of directories appear empty. To solve this problem, we can use the Folder Size, which we know today. Why Use the Folder Size The Folder Size is a program that adds a new column to the Details view in Windows Explorer. The new column shows not only the... read more
 

Print Folder 

Thursday, July 15, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Utilities
Using Windows Explorer, print the list of files and directories contained in a given directory. Not easy? // Yes, but this is no problem for the program Print Folder of Nonsense Software, which lists the files that are possible within a directory listing and a copy of your print. Why Use Print Folder? Print Folder is a program that allows a listing of all files (and subdirectories) in a given directory. The program is very easy to use, and you can customize the list of... read more
 

Technology Posters 

Thursday, July 08, 2010 6:00:00 PM Categories: Sites
You probably already have heard heard about protocols, layers, headers, packages, etc don't you? Yeah, there's no way... It's not one of the top issues to talk about, nor the simplest, but one thing we can be sure - the more we know about it, the more we become differentiated! // And when there are sites that help us to understand complicated matters by this nature, we must seize. One of those sites that assist us in this world of abstract protocols is radcom.com, specifically referring... read more
 

Primo PDF Converter 

Thursday, July 01, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: PDF Utilities
There are many advantages in using PDF files. The main one is to ensure that the data they send will not be changed (at least easily) by the recipient. // There is a very good option for creating PDF's from any file type: Primo PDF program. And the best: easy to use and free. What is a PDF converter? A program that writes PDF allows you to save any file in PDF format. The PrimoPDF aims to create PDF files from a huge amount of different files. Furthermore, it is very light,... read more
 

WarriorsOfThe.Net 

Thursday, June 24, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Sites Video
What does TCP/IP has to do with telecommunications? Everything! Nowadays, everything converges into the world of Internet and Telecommunications are not left out. Understand basic concepts like routers and protocols is not trivial, but today is essential. The all new plants are based on IP, as well as new and different types of service increasingly make use of data packets. A very relaxed way to get an idea about all these concepts can be found at http://www.warriorsofthe.net/. // The... read more
 

Avast Free Antivirus 

Thursday, June 17, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Antivirus
Antivirus is one thing that you can not run out, no way. Whether you're a doctor, lawyer or professional Telecom and IT. Student or experienced, using a computer, you will need. Worse, only notice it when you least expect - when an important file is infected, dying for their restoration. Not to mention viruses and other diseases that steal data from your PC. We believe that you already use some, or at least we are sure you should use. // In addition, many people have some antivirus... read more
 

How to Send Big Files 

Thursday, June 10, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Sites
Did you ever needed to send a large file via email and received a warning from the email program stating that it was above the quota? Or someone sent you an email, but it failed because your server rejected due to file size too big? Know that there are services that can solve this problem quite simply - it is public servers for sending large files over the Internet. // Anyway, even if the above cases have never happened to you, it's always good to know that there is, then if you need,... read more
 

CCleaner 

Thursday, June 03, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Utilities
There's no way out, no matter if you have the best computer in the world: one time it starts to show problems and slow down. The reason is basically dirt of various types that we use in storing computer journal. Can range from simple cookies and history of visited pages to issues of software that records were not properly uninstalled. Fortunately there are numerous programs to help us clean up all this dirt, and the best of them is CCleaner, the Pirisoft. // Why should I use a... read more
 

NetWorx 

Thursday, May 27, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Measurers Utilities
Ever wanted to be able to instantly see how your connection is, if the data are coming in or going out on your computer, and even what rate? Sometimes you click a link, waits, and nothing ... Something is going on? Did the connection drop? Should it really be so slow? // Well, to have no such doubts as these, there is a very useful and practical in assessing the speed of your connection bandwidth - the NetWorx. Why should i use NetWorx? Quite simply, to measure instantaneous... read more
 

Power Toys 

Thursday, May 20, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Utilities
After Windows XP has been launched, there were some additional software - developed by the team itself of Windows - that help quite a few small tasks. These programs are known as PowerToys, and improve the functionality and our experience with Windows. Although not really a 'product' can be installed without problems, working as an additive actually very functional. // Installation and License Installing the PowerToys is simple and fast. You can choose just what you want to install... read more
 

Office Tabs 

Thursday, May 13, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Utilities
Sometimes we find some programs and we wonder why they took so long to exist. Even more if it is a program that increases productivity, and should be part of large suites available, as the case of Microsoft Office. We're talking about Office Tabs, a program that greatly enhances our experience as users of Word, Excel or PowerPoint. // How good is Office Tabs? When you open more than a Word, Excel or PowerPoint file, and must switch between them, what do you do? Minimizes and... read more
 

Bulk Rename Utility 

Thursday, May 06, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Utilities
Ever need to rename multiple files, and had to do one by one? Well aware that there are programs that have this purpose and fulfill their purpose very well. They are known as bulk-renamers, and we know today Bulk Rename Utility . Note: If you have no interest in installing the free program, at least read the end of this tip that shows how to do this using only Windows Explorer. // What is a file renamer? A file renamer program serves to make changes to names of several files at... read more
 

gsmarena 

Thursday, April 29, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Cellphones Links
When you need information on a specific model of phone, where do you look for? The site gsmarena.com probably have it. Might Although the name suggest, not only it has GSM handsets, But Several other technologies. // Finding your phone To find a specific model of phone you have you have several options, but the fastest is to use the quick search on the upper right. Enter the model sought (or part thereof), and click the red arrow. You will be directed to the page... read more
 

Free Download Manager 

Thursday, April 22, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Downloads
Download manager: if you still don't use, should consider using it. The benefits are big, and you just realize that you need it, when you need it! Currently, with the Internet increasingly being used, we often need to download bigger files. // Supose that you are downloading a file of 120 MB, and suddenly your connection drops. Without a download manager, you inevitably have to start all over again. With a download manager, simply restart from teh point you've left off! Okay, today... read more
 

NTT Docomo's Future Vision 

Thursday, April 15, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Video
Several years ago, we received a video from Docomo, Japan. The title of the video sparked our curiosity: The vision of 2010, in the view of NTT Docomo. We had never heard about Docomo before, but with this video, it gained our respect, and made us dream about how would the future be. Well, that future has arrived - at least the one shown - we are in 2010! So, we invite you today to review how this story was, and how are the new predictions of Docomo today. // Docomo did an... read more
 

Format Factory 

Thursday, April 08, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Converters Image
How many times did you received a file in a format, such as video mp4, and only had software that opened in another format? Just heard about the conversion of audio files, video or image, many people already have chills. It really is not a simple task ... if you do not have the right tool! To our luck, Format Factory is a program that converts almost all formats to all formats. And it is very easy to use. // What good one media converter Currently there is a lot of... read more
 

thefreedictionary 

Thursday, April 01, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Links
There is no doubt that English is the most important language today. One of the best site to get information in English is the thefreedictionary.com . The site has numerous attractions, and a very friendly interface. Besides learning or improving your English in a creative way, you increase your general knowledge. The following is a brief description of some items that can be found on the portal. // Translation The most natural to get is the meanings of... read more
 

Serif PhotoPlus SE 

Thursday, March 25, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Image
When it comes to editing iamges we quickly remember of PhotoShop, CorelDraw and other established publishers in the market. I have no doubt that they are powerful, and do miracles, being necessary to the business of advertising and the like. However, in our daily lives sometimes also requires some adjustments, which can be made. And the free graphics editor that comes closest to the publishers paid PhotoPlus is the SE, the Serif. // Image Editors A happy reality... read more
 

Google Earth 

Thursday, March 18, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: Google Earth
Of all the programs that have emerged in recent times, no doubt, Google Earth is a favorite of most people. In fact, many people like quite a number of other Google services. This scenario has made it almost mandatory to use Google Earth, either as a User, in the analysis, or going one step further, creating applications with the same. // A bit of history Google Earth is a program of geographic information, maps and all the earth by the superimposition of... read more
 

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