Something New at Bookmarks4Techs.com

January 31, 2012

I am writing to you to let you know there is something NEW at Bookmarks4Techs.com that consists of a new posting regimen and a new layout of the sites’ content.

Bookmarks4Techs.com is a second website that I maintain that initially started out as a large collection of links to tech sites. That large collection is still there; however, the site is now at another level where I can comfortably post content at a comfortable pace. I would also like to point out that the site is for everyone (especially home users) and not just Techs.

Bookmarks4Techs.com

Most everyone loves computers, software and anything related to information technology. It has become entrenched in our daily lives. What I have started at Bookmarks4Techs, that is NEW, is a posting regimen that I am calling “Bookmark This”. One of my obsessions is cruising the internet at hyper-speed and finding anything that is FREE and is related to computers, software and information technology.

What “Bookmark This” is going to bring to you is a way to quickly capture (and quickly read) what I think is good out there or something that I found that is exciting that you should know about (i.e. an article from another blogger FREE software, an Android App, etc…). Now what is good to one person, may not be good to another; but, I think as this develops, the selections that are made will be recognized as top quality. I research and play around with everything I recommend. I have experience doing this from managing “What’s On My PC” and from working as an IT Professional for over 20 years.

The layout of the site has also been changed and consists of (6)-six tab areas:

Home Page– Daily Posts (which will primarily feature Tech Products of the Day, Tech Deals, the Bookmark This posts, FREE and Paid Android Apps, etc…).  I will tell you up front, that I am an Amazon Associate and you will see me pointing out to you the best of the best at Amazon.

Bookmarks4Techs– Features over 500 Links to Tech Sites. I am working to clean this up and remove the dead links. It is amazing how many sites are now dead since I started this. Blogging and maintaining a site is hard work and the number of sites that have went dead in the water really surprised me.

Bookmark This Collection – When I do a “Bookmark This” post, the collection of these posts will be managed and collected. The list is currently short, but give it time; it will grow. Again, I will only list quality FREE software, cloud apps, etc…  This will serve as a good resource for those looking for good quality FREE software, information, etc…

Shop for Deals– This will link you to the Bookmarks4Techs Amazon Store that I have put together. Give it a try. I think you will like it.  I am pretty proud of how this turned out.

Amazon Deal of the Day– Deal of the Day is featured from this tab. I hit this tab every day; where Amazon will make huge price cuts on products, etc…

About– Some information about me as a blogger and IT professional.

Also, on the left sidebar of the site, make sure you check out the Shop @ Amazon listing. I have tried to make a general category listing to assist you with looking for specific computer products (i.e. a mouse pad, keyboard, etc…).

On both sidebars you will find feeds from some of the top tech blogs out there.  If you want to know what is going on, all you have to do is scroll down through these sidebars. The bloggers who maintain these sites are some of the best of the best.

To subscribe to Bookmarks4Techs.com by email [ CLICK HERE ] and to subscribe to Bookmarks4Techs by RSS [ CLICK HERE ]By subscribing you will be alerted to the most recent posts. You can back out of either of these subscriptions anytime.

I encourage you to take the time and visit Bookmarks4Techs.com and help me make it a successful site. If you are a tech blogger and you do not see your site on the bookmarks list, please let me know. I will almost surely add your site providing it offers solid content and is maintained regularly. Also, by adding Bookmarks4Techs.com to your blogroll will help to support what I am intending to accomplish.

Thank You !

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Bookmark This (#9) – WinPatrol

FREE Today Only – Learning to Draw is Fun (Android App)

Top Five – Digital Media Adapters at Amazon

HOT – Download Free Norton Identity Safe Beta – Simple, Secure, Password Management For Windows, iOS, And Android

Gold Box: New Deals. Every Day.

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Now Available – HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 9.7-Inch Tablet Computer

July 17, 2011

Tablet PCs are taking off like crazy and the new HP TouchPad powered by HP webOS 3.0 is no exception. We are early in the game with the tablet computers, but so far the concept is a winner. As a matter of fact, this concept makes perfect sense and will change the way we use computers, not only in  home, but in the workplace. HP summed up the TouchPad by saying it’s the perfect size to contain the sum of all human knowledge.  If you are not familiar with tablet PCs; what you see in the picture below is the whole computer. If you have Wi-Fi in your home, you can carry this computer, as you would a book, from room to room, and access the internet from those locations.

HP TouchPad

  • TouchPad measures 9.45″ wide by 7.48″ high by 0.54″ deep. It weighs in at approximately 1.6 pounds (that’s 740 grams if you’re counting).
  • It has a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core APQ8060 processor.
  • TouchPad comes with Qualcomm Adreno 220 core graphics capability. Movies and games will seem ten times bigger and more real than the lightweight tablet you’re holding in your hands.
  • Front and center on TouchPad is the 9.7-inch diagonal, LED-backlit, glossy multitouch display with IPS wide viewing-angle technology.
  • HP webOS lets you move back and forth seamlessly between multiple applications and activities.
  • TouchPad is a device for entertainment and immersing yourself in gaming action.
  • Available in a 16GB or 32GB model.

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Must See – 3D Color Printing of a Crescent Wrench

July 9, 2011

You have to see this to believe it! I initially thought this was a hoax of some type.

It is a 3D printer (by Z Corporation) that has the ability to capture an object, edit the appearance of the object, then actually print (or replicate) a 3D working composite model of the object. The 3D printer (called the Zprinter) starts out by using a specially engineered powder that is mixed with a binder material that solidifies the powder particles.

Hold a full color, realistic 3D model in your hands to impart infinitely more information than a computer image.

ZPrinter

To see the printer in action I encourage you to watch the video below of a Crescent wrench being replicated using the ZPrinter.

ZPrinter–3D Printing

To learn more about the 3D Printers, by Z Corporation, you can download and preview their brochure [ HERE ] .

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Search and Browse at the Same Time with Search Lion

July 7, 2011

The one element of the internet that has not really changed much over the past decade is the method which we interact with search engines. You input what you want to search for and the results is provided as a list of links where you are required to navigate back and forth from the generated list. By the time you open numerous browser tabs and navigate back and forth to the search results, it is easy to find yourself getting lost.

I came across a new method of searching, called SearchLion, that uses current browser technology and serves as the frontend interface to the Google and Yahoo search engines.

SearchLion

SearchLion is different than anything I have experienced when it comes to performing a search. You enter what you are searching, as you normally would; however, when the list of results are provided you will notice that the listing is to the left side of your screen. Adjacent to each link in the listing you will see a small “open” button which will allow you to open the link on the right side of the screen in a fully navigable and resizable browser window.  You can do this with each and every link of interest without ever leaving the search result screen.  During my testing of SearchLion I found it to be very fast; and just the ability to open a link in an adjacent window is definitely a productivity boost right there.

That feature is only one aspect of SearchLion. It get’s better! To really appreciate SearchLion you have really have to stroke its’ mane and take it for a ride. SearchLion is currently in beta and developers seem to be really open to any suggestion you (the enduser) may have to offer.

Other features to explore in Search Lion are:

1.  Search Browsing
2.  MultiView
3.  Saved Searches
4.  User Features

Instead of me boring you with my explanation of these awesome features, you can get a detailed explanation of these features, along with videos, [HERE] .  Also, to follow along with the development of SearchLion, I encourage you to bookmark their blog [HERE].

In the end, I know I will keep going back to SearchLion to take advantage of the ingenious method of searching and to see what is new in terms of its’ development.

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Google To Strip Out Some of the Gmail Clutter

July 2, 2011

I am a big user (and tester) of Google’s Gmail, Calendar, Tasks, etc… My only complaint is that the interface is an interface of clutter; especially if you are not used to it. I can remember the first time I used Gmail, I was not to fond of what I was seeing. I eventually adjusted and have to say, I really do love my Gmail.

This is all about to change. Google recently announced that they have “embarked on a series of interface updates to help strip out unnecessary clutter and make Gmail as beautiful as it is powerful”.  As with anything, people do not like change; therefore, Google will be gradually adjusting the interface. Also, to help ease these pains of adjustment, you can preview the new look (as a sneak preview) by going into the MAIL SETTINGS of your Gmail account, select the THEMES tab and click on the “PREVIEW” or “PREVIEW (Dense)” themes.

Why two themes? Our new interface will eventually expand dynamically to accommodate different screen sizes and user preferences, but until then you can pick the information density that you prefer.

I have been testing the new appearance and I have to say I personally do like the clean (clutter free) look that Google is working on.  I am also finding it is easier on the eyes.

Gmail Preview

To read more and follow the development of these changes, I encourage you to visit the The Official Gmail Blog.

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Geek Squeak (#110) – NEW Taskbar Organizer for Windows 7 is Coming

April 7, 2011

Typically I test any software that I write about; however, I decided to make an exception in this case due that I am excited about the development of a NEW application (called Bins).

Bins

Bins is a Windows 7 taskbar organizer, currently in beta development, that will enable you to combine related programs into a group (called a Bin). I love application launchers, but what I am seeing here is that Bins will be handling applications on the Windows 7 taskbar in a very unique and different way.

Bins was created from the concept that your programs should be quicker and easier to get to. After having created many application launchers over the years including the Dell Dock for Dell in 2007, it seemed the Windows 7 taskbar was a great step in the right direction, but lacked the powertools needed to get the job done for serious computer users. By allowing you to group programs, and allowing you to access them immediately with a simple mouseover, we think we’ve created a tool that will drastically improve how you work with your computer.

Bins is being developed by the same author of ObjectDock, the DellDock and the critically acclaimed Fences. Currently Bins is in the beta stage of developmnet and is  “invite only”.  To be considered for the beta testing of Bins, you have submit your email and leave a message. I am still patiently waiting for my invite.

Features

Group your taskbar icons

Combine related programs on your Windows 7 taskbar into “Bins”.
Reduce clutter, and get at your programs quickly.

Super easy

Create a Bin by dragging one taskbar icon on top of another, and dropping into the popup that appears. Ungroup shortcuts by dragging the icon back to the taskbar. No need to open a settings screen; Bins is simple and intuitive.

Instantly accessible

Once combined into a Bin, your shortcuts will appear instantly when you mouse over the group’s icon, for launching or for window-management. Move your mouse away and your Bin will tuck back into the taskbar.

Pin files and folders to your taskbar

Want a favorite folder or document more easily on hand? Bins allows you to pin any file or folder to your taskbar natively.

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Geek Squeak #102: New Food Recipe Search View in Google

February 26, 2011

Google is worthy of Geek Squeak #102 for the NEW Recipe View that is now available when you search for a food ingredient or recipe.  Here’s an example of how it works… Pull up the Google Search engine at Google.com. Enter the word chicken and you will get a ton of results related to chicken; however, on the right side of the screen you will notice the word “Recipes”. Click on “Recipes” and voila the search results now provides nothing but recipes related to chicken. You can then filter that result down further by ingredients, preparation time, and calories using options in Google’s left-hand toolbar.

Google Recipe View

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A FREE Utility to Toggle the Windows Taskbar On and Off in Real Time

December 11, 2010

When using my computer I attempt to gain every bit of screen real estate that I can. Things such as using my browser in full screen and auto-hiding the Windows taskbar, to me, makes a big difference. As a matter of fact the gain from this is approximately 1 to 2 inches.

Auto-hiding the Windows taskbar is an option that built into Windows, but there is another way to toggle the taskbar on and off in real time and at will.  This can be accomplished by using a third party utility called Taskbar Eliminator.

Taskbar Eliminator

Do not let the title, “Taskbar Eliminator”, give you the impression that it completely eliminates the taskbar. After launching Taskbar eliminator your taskbar will disappear; however, you can make it reappear by “Pressing and holding Alt + T” on your keyboard.  As a matter of fact, that keyboard combination of “Alt+T” will turn the taskbar “on” and “off” using Taskbar Eliminator.

To bring up the configuration interface for Taskbar Eliminator, simply “Press and Hold the Control+Alt+T” on your keyboard. If you notice, you can configure Taskbar Eliminator to start with Windows if you desire.  Just remember, when you do, your Windows Taskbar will be hidden and the hotkey combination, as mentioned before, will be required to toggle the taskbar back “on”.

Taskbar Eliminator

Aviassin Taskbar Eliminator is a great utility which will simply and efficiently remove the taskbar from Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.

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Speed Up Your Internet Connection: 8 DIY Tips

September 19, 2010

Broadband Compare This is a guest post by Kip Keilty, who is currently writing for a NEW Australian broadband comparison website called Broadband Compare, where users can compare broadband plans and find helpful user guides.

If you’ve kept up with the news, you understand that the United States has average Internet connection speeds that are far below average for the civilized world. Unless you live in California near Berkley or in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area, your Internet connection is likely to be less than 30 Mbps. Many Americans have connections of 2 Mbps or less, causing even more of an issue for mobile and online workers. The truth is that Internet users are limited to the type of services available and by their cost, so everyone should be interested in making the most out of what they have. Here you will learn to speed up your Internet connection: 8 DIY tips can make you more accessible and productive by making your browsing and file downloading go faster than ever.

  1. Check for alternative services: Shop around a little bit to see if you can get a faster Internet connection from a different ISP. If you have DSL, see what the cable outfit in town has to offer, etc.
  2. Use Ethernet: Another way to get more from your Internet connection is to connect your computer using an Ethernet cable, rather than using wireless. Remember: wireless networks are good for convenience, but are not even close to being as fast as a 100 Mbps Ethernet connection. The speed difference may not be noticeable for occasional browsing, but if you are trying to push through a lot of work and files, you will be better off with the wired connection.
  3. Dump Internet Explorer: Internet users should beware of Microsoft Internet Explorer. It comes with Windows, but it is notoriously slow because of the way it sucks up resources on your system. For a faster browsing experience, go to the Apple Web site to get its award winning Safari browser or try Google’s Chrome: both deliver impressive speed gains over Microsoft.
  4. Try Opera: If you really want to optimize your Internet experience, download the Opera Web browser which is widely recognized as the fastest around. It even has a turbo mode that uses get Opera and turn on Turbo mode (it’s very fast). Opera turbo will use its servers to fetch Web pages for you, compress them, and then send it down the pipe to your Opera browser. This technology gives even users with dialup connections impressive speed gains.
  5. Get a download manager: Downloads suck up bandwidth more than ordinary Web use, so try to avoid downloading files in the background while you work. A plethora of download managers are out there that allow you to schedule downloads, stop and start downloads, and even accelerate downloads.
  6. Spyware: Check for spyware and other applications that might be hogging system resources by running in the background. Closing your other programs is an easy way to speed up your Internet connection, but spyware might require a specially designed software utility to eradicate.
  7. Do a clear out: Remove the bells and whistles from your browsers. If you keep the same Web browser, get some of those add ons, search bars, social media bars, and other special addons and plugins you’ve installed over the years. These make your browser work harder and clog up your Internet connection by using bandwidth in the background. Some of them may even be spyware.
  8. Secure your network: Put a password on your router’s admin page and enable security on your wireless protocols with a security key that’s hard to guess. Your Internet connection may be slow because your neighbors are downloading files from your wireless router. Get the freeloaders off your network and you’ll be surprised at how fast you surf.

Now you have some good ideas for how to speed up your Internet connection: 8 DIY tips that show how just a few changes to your computer and network can make a big difference in the way you use the Internet.

This is a guest post from the team at BroadbandCompare.com.au, a broadband comparison website offering ADSL, cable and mobile plans.

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Bookmarks4Techs – New Site Update #29

August 25, 2010

Be sure to visit Bookmarks4Techs, the sister site to What’s On My PC for the frequently added site updates, PLUS the compilation of links to over 445 Tech Sites and RSS Feeds to some of the most popular sites on the internet.  Site Update #29 features the addition of a new site called GilsMethod, featured FREE software – Portable Start Menu, and featured site – Bits from Bill.

You can visit Bookmarks4Techs [CLICK HERE] to see these and the many of the other site updates. If you do not see your tech site there, let me know!

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Bookmarks4Techs – New Site Update (#28)

August 22, 2010

Be sure to visit Bookmarks4Techs, the sister site to What’s On My PC for the frequently added site updates, PLUS the compilation of links to over 440 Tech SitesSite Update #28 features the addition of a new site called Red Ferret, featured FREE software – DNS Benchmark, and featured site – Laptop Reviews Central. You can visit Bookmarks4Techs [HERE] to see these and the many of the other site updates.

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Bookmarks4Techs – New Site Update (#27)

August 20, 2010

Be sure to visit Bookmarks4Techs, the sister site to What’s On My PC for the frequently added site updates, PLUS the compilation of links to over 440 Tech SitesSite Update #27 features the addition of a new site called Wardrive.net, featured FREE software – AppRemover, and featured site – Google Operating System. You can visit Bookmarks4Techs [ HERE ] to see these and the many other site updates.

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#73)

August 18, 2010

If you are someone that has a passion and desire to learn IT (information technology), then it is important that you have good resources to enhance your learning. One resource is Geek Squeaks’…  Geeks Squeaks’ is a weekly “selective and sample” review of articles posted by the site owners associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll.

Geek Squeaks'

Scoroncocolo
What is HTML 5?

Malware Removal Instructions
How to remove Security Suite malware (Uninstall Instructions)

Gadgetsholic
EFO Mini Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard

RGdot
ClipCube: Young And Easy Freeware Clipboard Utility

Awesome Wallpapers
Movies Wallpaper Set 4 (LOTR)

Mister Reiner
A hacker by any other name…

My Technology Guide
AeroTweak: Tweak Windows
By Changing 50 Different System Parameters

Free PC Security
Malicious Sites August 17

AKS-Feel The Change
Login into Multiple Gmail Account at once in same browser

Snakebytez
Record Screen activity and save in an AVI file
with Desktop Activity Recorder

Carol’s Vault
Awesome collection of free WordPress themes

Faster PC! Clean! Clean!
How to Remove EzPrivacy

AskBillFirst
Mozy vs Carbonite – Off-site Backup Thoughts

Tech-for Everyone
Big Brother Big Business

Plato On-Line
Car Hacking Could Kill You

TTC Shelbyville
Powerful Utility Becomes the Nucleus of Your Computer

Rarst.net
Rumble Box – action game with explosive gameplay

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Quick Look – Multi-Platform Mobile Chat: PingChat!

Lifehacker
Boomerang Schedules Your Gmail Messages
(and We’ve Got Beta Invites) [Gmail]

404 Tech Support
See What Somebody Printed By Listening

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Who’s Using Your Ports? Find Out With These Free Port Analyzers

I Want Ice Water
Silly monday (via Erotixx photoblog)

Techolar
Disable Laptop Touchpad with Touchpad Pal

thePC Security
Free USB Protection Software
with Password and Encryption – EncryptStick

I Love Free Software
DzSoft Paste and Save: Free Clipboard Manager

Netbook Freeware
Everything Search Engine: Best Free Windows
Search Alternative For Your Netbook

Tuneup Blog about Windows
Making PC-based Home Entertainment a Reality

Worthy Tips
Customize Website Look in Chrome with Webpage Decorator

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Review. The Doro PhoneEasy 420gsm

Canadian Tech Blogger
Why The Wi-Fi In Schools Debate Is Bogus

Paul’s Home Computing Blog
Windows XP – Are You Secure?

Bookmarks4Techs
Site Update #26

Online Storage Reviews
Selecting a Reliable Offsite Storage Service

Laptop Reviews Central
Asus will release 8-inch Eee Tablet in October

Chicago Mac/PC Support
TV for $12 a year – Flickr – Photo Sharing!

What’s On My PC
FREE Computer Troubleshooting Checklist

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#71)

August 4, 2010

If you are in the cool, to beat the heat, then take a moment at your PC to visit this weeks’ roundup of Geek Squeaks’. Geek Squeaks’ is a weekly event here at What’s On My PC that features tidbits (articles) from the various blogs that are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll community.

Geek Squeaks'

Bookmarks4Techs
Site Update #17

Awesome Wallpapers
Windows Se7en Wallpaper Set 28

My Technology Guide
Microsoft Legally Allows Installation
and Use of Microsoft Office on Two Computers

Snakebytez
Unlock hidden Windows 7 Themes

TTC Shelbyville
Resize multiple images fast

404 Tech Support
Product Review: Rust-Oleum Dry Erase Paint

I Want Ice Water
The Great War Hero Death Benefits Scam

Techolar
Reliance Netconnect wireless broadband review

I Love Free Software
PigeonHole: Interesting Way to Organize Quick Notes

Netbook Freeware
TouchpadPal: Disable Your Netbook Touchpad While You Type

Worthy Tips
Get Ribbon User Interface in Notepad with FluentNotepad

Online Storage Reviews
52 Articles on the Benefits of Online Storage

Chicago Mac/PC Support
31 Proven Ways To Get More Comments On Your Blog

Laptop Reviews Central
Acer introduces its latest Aspire 7552G laptop

Paul’s Home Computing Blog
Facebook – Use With Care And Protect Your Privacy

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Problems with your Hotmail upgrade?

TuneUp Blog about Windows
Get Rid of Your Windows Search Blues

Lifehacker
Read Your Paid Software’s Fine Print for Unexpected Savings

Rarst.net
Why I don’t do software giveaways

Tech-for Everyone
statement.exe

Free PC Security
Malicious Sites August 03

Mister Reiner
You didn’t stick that USB thumb drive you found
into your computer, did you??!!

GadgetsHolic
Three UK Releases Samsung Galaxy S

RGdot
Who Needs Photoshop When You Can Have Fotografix!

AKS-Feel The Change
DiskGenius -Disk Recovery Software for Windows 7 FREE

Carol’s Vault
Free Audio Books Online

411-Spyware.com
How To Remove Antivirus 2010 Security Centre

Plato On-Line
‘Facebook Owner’ Arrest Leads to Claim

Evil Fantasy’s Blog
Clean Windows 7 Start Menu with Start Menu Cleaner

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Things I love: DropBox

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Don’t Burn A Linux Live ISO – Run It Directly With MobaLiveCD

thePC Security
DIY Phishing Kit Backfires on Hackers

Canadian Tech Blogger
Windows 7 Takes Over Vista In Second Most Used OS

Laptop Reviews
Lenovo ThinkPad T410

What’s On My PC
The easy way to print filenames in folders

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HAMSTER – A High End Video Converter for FREE

July 25, 2010

In today’s world of technology we are presented with numerous devices that allow us to watch video (such as iPod, iPad, iPhone, PS3, PSP, Blackberry, xBox, Zune, Apple TV, iRiver, etc.). The gap we face is that a video (such as a movie) may play OK on one device, but not another. In order to bridge this gap you must have available to you a good video converter that can make the necessary audio and video configuration changes (i.e. resolution, bitrate, framerate, compression, etc.), on the fly, to match the required specifications of the device. Often, as part of the purchase of the device, you are given software to assist with video conversions; however, learning that software or even getting future upgrades is a problem.

The solution to all of these problems is in a NEW software video converter called HAMSTER.

HAMSTER Free Video Converter

Myself, I just started using HAMSTER and I must say it is one of the best, easy to use, video converters I have experienced. The components that I like the most is that it is nice looking in appearance, provides a step-by-step, 1-2-3 interface that is very easy to understand; AND MOST IMPORTANTLY you can specifically pick your device during the conversion process. I do not know of too many video converters that let you do that. As a matter of fact it provides the ability to select from over 200 devices. For example, I have a Blackberry. I can take a full size movie, put it through the HAMSTER process, select Blackberry from the list and HAMSTER will do the work to make it work on my Blackberry.

HAMSTER Free Video Converter

You can get HAMSTER Free Video Converter [ HERE ] .

It’s FREE! Full version is free for everybody!

Features:

Converts any video to iPod, iPad, iPhone, PS3, PSP, Blackberry, xBox, Zune, Apple TV, iRiver, etc. More than 200+ devices

Converts to AVI, MPG, WMV, MPEG, FLV, HD, DVD, M2TS and others! Integrated video player!

Easy-to-use! Drag-n-Drop! It does not require special knowledge. There is Wizard for beginners.

Changes codec/System type/De-interlaces your video file

Converts many video files in batches

Adjusts audio video bitrate, frame rate

Integrates into Windows! Windows 7/Vista/XP compatible!

Supports 40 languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Japan, Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic, Korean, etc.)

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