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Programs to Help You Organize Your Schedule

Posted by Rich On December - 5 - 2008

It seems we are all so busy these days and I personally feel like I always have so much going on. To help me get on top of my time, I decided to try a whole host of freeware programs that claim to organize your life. In this guide, I present to you the best two: Total Organizer and Smart to-do List.

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FlexTK Organizes Your Files

Posted by Rich On November - 14 - 2008

FlexTk is an advanced file management toolkit allowing one to search and classify files, scan one or more disks or directories and apply rule-based, file organizing or data migration policies, synchronize files and directories, monitor one or more disks or directories, analyze storage utilization, copy large amounts of files in a fault-tolerant way, identify duplicate files and free-up wasted storage space. All file operations are available through a centralized and easy-to-use GUI application with a built-in file navigator allowing one to execute any required command in a single mouse click.

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Easy Duplicate Finder Scans Your Drive for Duplicates

Posted by Rich On November - 13 - 2008

Do you have thousands of photos, documents, songs etc on your hard drive? If you do, you’ll likely have duplicates all over the place. In this guide you’ll learn how to search for duplicates and delete them; thus, saving you space and keeping you organized.

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ReNamer Helps You Take Control of Your File Collection

Posted by Rich On November - 12 - 2008

ReNamer is a very powerful and flexible file renaming tool, which offers all the standard renaming procedures, including prefixes, suffixes, replacements, case changes, as well as removing contents of brackets, adding number sequences, changing file extensions, etc.

For advanced users, there is a PascalScript rule, which let users program their very own renaming rule. This program allows you to combine multiple renaming actions as a rule set, applying each action in a logical sequence, which can be saved, loaded, and managed within the program. In addition, it has an ability to rename folders, process regular expressions, is Unicode capable, and supports variety of meta tags, such as: ID3v1, ID3v2, EXIF, OLE, AVI, MD5, CRC32, and SHA1.

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This guide is included as part of the Windows Guides File Organization series. Please visit the main page if you would like to learn why this guide may be useful.

D-FileMU Renames Your Files Effortlessly

Posted by Rich On November - 11 - 2008

I don’t remember when I first started using D-File Mu, but it is an invaluable tool for me. I use it all the time and I recommend it to anyone. It may take a little getting used to, but it’s not too complicated and works very well. In this guide, you’ll learn how to set rules and batch rename your files without going near the command prompt.

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iSpring Publishes PowerPoint Presentations as Flash Movies

Posted by Rich On October - 17 - 2008

iSpring Publishes PowerPoint Presentations as Flash Movies

This free PowerPoint to Flash converter creates web friendly Flash movies from your PowerPoint content keeping its visual parameters and animation effects. The generated Flash presentation will look as if it has always been a Flash movie.

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