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TouchCopy

Stafford, United Kingdom – The developers at Wide Angle Software have announced an update to TouchCopy 16, adding support for devices using Apple‘s new iOS 10.2 release.  iOS 10.2 features a new TV app, 70+ new emoji’s and most notably greatly increased iTunes backup encryption. In iOS 10.2 Apple has encrypted their entire iTunes backup database, in conjunction with increasing the required processing power needed to validate a user’s password, making it the most secure backup encryption to date. Continue reading »

ID2Office v2.2 ships

Osaka, Japan – Recosoft Corporation, the developers of PDF conversion software and PDF to Adobe® InDesign® converter tools, has released ID2Office v2.2, the newest version of the InDesign to Word®, PowerPoint® and Keynote conversion plug-in for InDesign CC 2017.

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iCash 7.5.9

icon_icash_new_1024x1024Denia, Spain – Maxprog has announced the release of iCash 7.5.9, an update to their personal finance software for macOS and Windows. iCash is a Personal Finance software, a tool intended to control your money, keeping track of incomes, expenses, credits, debts and Banks transactions for you. As simple as creating the accounts you need, and move money between them! You don’t even need to know about accounting or even care about it. Continue reading »

Opera launches free unlimited VPN

CNET logoWhile most VPNs either require a subscription fee or installing additional software on your PC, Opera’s latest update to its stable desktop browser version adds VPN functionality for free and turning it on is as simple as clicking a button.

Powered by Opera subsidiary SurfEasy, the VPN uses a 256-bit AES encrypted connection and does not log your browsing history. Users can choose from five server locations or let the browser select the most optimal server.

Besides desktop versions, there are versions for iOS and Android.

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GRAMPS

GRAMPS (“Genealogy Research and Analysis Management Programming System”) now available as a cloud based genealogy program.

You should be able to use the cloud-based version of GRAMPS with any Android, Apple iOS (specifically iPad), Chromebook, Windows, Macintosh, or Linux computer. Since it runs from the cloud, no software installation is required. Best of all, GRAMPS is available FREE of charge.

GO  https://blog.eogn.com/2016/09/14/gramps-can-now-be-used-as-a-cloud-based-genealogy-program/

 


10 Tricks to Make Yourself a Google Drive Master

Google Drive IconWhether you’ve been using Google Drive for five minutes or five years, there’s always more to learn, and in that spirit we present 10 valuable tips and tricks for mastering the service.

  1. Google Drive can work offline, but you have to activate the feature first: click the cog icon on the front page of Drive, then choose Settings. On the General tab tick the box marked Sync… offline and Drive begins caching recent Docs, Sheets, Slides and Drawings to your computer. You can’t watch videos or open photos while you’re offline, but you can view, edit and create files in the native Google Drive formats when you don’t have connectivity. …

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Mirror Maze Challenge

MADE IN AMERICA Farmers Branch, TexasMagnin & Associates has announced its new Mirror Maze Challenge 1.0 for iOS, Apple TV, Android, and Windows 10 Phone and PC. Enjoy the thrill of running through a carnival or boardwalk style glass and mirror maze on your iPhone or iPadContinue reading »

How To Get Your Computer Ready To Sell Or Give Away

If you don’t do this, you’ll be giving a stranger all of your files.

First, back up your machine: That’s photos, documents and music. You probably don’t want to lose all of your stuff.

While your computer is backing up, make sure you’ve got all your product keys. Once you’ve verified you have a key, deauthorize the program. This way you won’t have any trouble re-installing any software on your next computer.

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User Groups on Facebook for Week Ending April 16, 2016

Here is some more great content items posted by user group members on Facebook! If you’re not already with us, please feel free to jump in . . .

  • Apple to end support for QuickTime for Windows as two new vulnerabilities are discovered
  • Apple’s aging Mac Pro is falling way behind Windows rivals
  • Apple’s iPhone SE is bringing new consumers to iOS ecosystem

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Code Inventors – 30% Off Sale

Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom – Code Inventors today is pleased to announce a special sale on all of their Mac and Windows applications, 30% off license codes until 14 May 2016.
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Nik Collection by Google

Google has made the Nik Collection of photo plug-ins available for free. Continue reading »

AnyTrans for iOS

 iMovie Inc. has announced a significant update to its iOS transfer software AnyTrans, which re-enabled users to transfer app data and game progress between iPhones/iPads running all iOS versions – including iOS 8.3 and above. Now users will feel safe to switch to their new iPhone 6s (Plus) or iPad Pro without losing high scores and having to restart the game.  Continue reading »

Sites Discovered By InfoManager 12/19/2015

Here are some websites that I came across in my travels this week.  Continue reading »

Reflector 2

MADE IN AMERICA  Reflector turns your Mac (or Windows machine) into an Airplay receiver.

You are able to connect any combination of devices to your computer at the same time.   Continue reading »

15 Awesome Open Source Graphics Software

Gary Kampel posted this link on the UG InfoManager Facebook page with the comment. “I love lists.”  As any regular reader knows, so do I.

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