[Free] PDFZilla-Powerful PDF Converter [Limited Time]

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PDFZilla is a powerful Windows application that allows you to convert PDF files to many filetypes in very simple way. You can convert PDF to Word in only three clicks. Also,

  • Editable – Edit Your PDF Documents In MS Word!
  • Easily – Convert PDF To Word Document Just In Only 3 Clicks.
  • High Quality – Convert PDF To Word with ALL text and Graphical Data.
  • Page Selection – Convert Selected Pages of PDF File To Word document.
  • Over 20 Languages Supported – Besides English, PDFZilla Also supports German, French, Spanish, Italian and all Unicode Language PDF Files.
  • Batch Mode – Convert More Than 10,000,000 PDF Files to Word Documents at One Time.

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PDFZilla Key Features

Convert PDF to Word
Convert PDF to Word with all text and Graphical data.
Convert PDF to RTF
Convert PDF to Rich Text Files. You can edit all text and graphic by Windows Wordpad.
Convert PDF to TXT
Convert PDF to plain text files. You can edit text by Notepad.
Convert PDF to Images
Convert PDF to BMP, JPG, GIF or TIF files.
Convert PDF to HTML
Convert PDF to HTML files and automatically generate the Index file.
Convert PDF to SWF
Convert PDF to Shockwave Flash Animation files which can be published on websites.
Page Selection
Convert all the pages, or partial pages of PDF file.
Easy to use software
Add a PDF File -> Select the Output File Format -> Click on Start Converting button, then just have a cup of coffee :)

PDFZilla is giving away free license key till 5 February,2011. So make use of this great giveaway today

Use Registration Code:

8061822TWDV6YUK

You can Download yours from here

RockMelt Welcomes 2011 with a Bang-Chrome Web Store

RockMelt-The fastest growing browser amongst social website lovers. The browser which was amongst Top Ten Trending topics on Twitter for 2010(technology) has rolled out it’s first & big update for 2011.

Rockmelt browser chromium 8

Version 0.8.40.147 contains over 40 bug fixes & a dozen features including:

  • Chromium 8 and the Chrome Web Store
  • Better, faster Feed
  • Reduced memory usage, improved performance of Feeds
  • New keyboard shortcuts
  • Other updates

Most noticeable change is update to Chrome Web Store which allows to use Chrome Apps within RockMelt.

Like always, your browser will download the update automatically within the next day or so. If you want it now, open the RockMelt menu, choose “About RockMelt” to download the update, and then restart to apply the update.

Details of Enhancements:

  • Upgrade to Chromium 8 – RockMelt now supports Chrome Web Store apps!
  • Updated New Tab page to allow for management of Chrome Web Store apps
  • Faster, more reliable feeds – Feeds are twice as fast and perform better than ever
  • Preference for viewing Favorites / All friends in Friend Edge is now synced across all your RockMelt browsers
  • Updated keyboard shortcuts
  • (Mac)Upgraded chat experience – Incoming chats do not steal focus and the RockMelt dock icon displays profile pics, as well as the number of unread chats
  • (Mac)Reduced memory usage of feed windows, especially when left open for a long time
  • (Mac) Improved performance of opening and scrolling through feeds
  • (Windows) Spell checking in chat, Facebook messages, status updates, sharing, comments, and tweets

42 Bugs Fixed

  • Fixed issue with empty Facebook Feed and Facebook Profile affecting certain browsers
  • Fixed several issues causing crashes
  • (Mac) Fixed issues preventing unfollowing of Twitter users
  • (Mac) Fixed issues with opening search results in new tabs
  • (Windows) Fixed layout issues with chat messages
  • (Windows) Fixed drag and drop removal of Facebook Profile and Facebook Feed
  • (Windows) Fixed Windows 7 issue with having multiple RockMelt icons in the taskbar

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How To: Make Windows Look like Mac OS X

Windows to Mac OS X

Credits: Lifehacker.com for the image

Windows 7 is definitely one of the best looking operating systems out there, packs more eye candy than most operating systems but sometimes it can get a bit boring as you see it and use it everyday. That’s when the Snow Transformation Pack comes into play. If you like the simplicity and design of Mac OS X, you can transform your Windows desktop into a Mac OS X look a like. The transformation pack will completely change the way your system looks. It will alter the way your login screen, icons, wallpapers, sounds, dock, dialog boxes, and other UI elements look. The only thing you should worry about is that you have to disable the “User Account Control” to install it, if you haven’t already done so.

All in all, if you want a breath of fresh air for your Windows look, the Snow Transformation Pack is the way to go.

Get it here:
http://www.winxsoft.com/stp/download.html

Access Hidden Regional Themes in Windows 7

Windows 7 offers you location specific Aero themes based on the language and location you pick during installation. Here we will take a look at accessing other hidden themes from different countries.

When you first start the Windows 7 installation the first thing you will do is select a language, time and currency format. This is where Windows determines what themes you’re presented with by default.

Being from the US I’m presented with location specific themes from the United States with desktop backgrounds such as scenery from Maine, Idaho, Oregon etc.

To access the other international themes copy and paste the following path into the search box and hit Enter.

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C:\Windows\Globalization\MCT
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In the MCT folder you will find additional themes for Canada, Australia, South Africa, and Great Britain.

You can go in and grab just the Wallpapers…

Or go into the Theme folder double click on the the thumbnail to add it.

Here you can see I added all of them and now they will be available under the My Themes section for when you want to change them around.

This is a neat little trick that will let you customize Windows 7 with hidden themes already available. Also if you want to get more themes head over to the Microsoft site.