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TeamViewer is an excellent screen-sharing and file-transfer app that can be used to facilitate business collaborations, remotely access a second computer, or help distraught relatives diagnose and cure computer problems. Along with being free for noncorporate use, it gives users precisely the tools they need to share screens securely, send files with a minimum of hassle, control access rights, and even flip which user has control.
The options available while you’re in control work smoothly. You can maximize the pane that the other computer’s screen is visible in, as well as utilize several smart options from a drop-down toolbar in the center of the window. A big X lets you close the connection, while the Actions button lets you switch whose in control, disable remote input, and reboot remotely. The View menu hides options to adjust the screen resolution, the optimization toward speed or quality, and control multiple-monitor displays. New features that works just as effortlessly as the old ones include VoIP audio and video conferencing, and integrated teleconferencing. These features push TeamViewer a notch above the rest because they will work without requiring firewall reconfiguration.
When you log in, you’re given an access code and a password. Sharing those allows your computer to be controlled by the level you set it to: remote support, presentation, file transfer, or VPN. The TeamViewer servers remember which computers you’ve connected to, so reconnecting to previously shared computers happens faster. TeamViewer also has a Web-based version, for remote connecting to home from public computer. Even the installation process is impressive. Users can toggle admin rights, can opt out of running at startup, and can opt into installing the TeamViewer VPN driver for more secure screen sharing. TeamViewer makes screensharing and file-sharing as fluid and unobtrusive as it should be, and is a must-have for the home or remote office user.
- Version: 6.0.10511
- Price: Free
- Operating system: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7/NT
Mac OS X Install DVD for Mac Mini (mid2010) – 10.6.3 [Intel]
Snow Leopard OSX 10.6.3 system Install Disks for Mac Mini (mid 2010).This is especially needed for those buying the new Mini Server (mid 2010) and want to run it as a Media Center under Snow Leopard and not run OSX Server that comes with it.
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: Only the application or game is included
Processor type(s) & speed: INTEL Mac Mini (mid 2010)
This will ONLY install on the Mac Mini (mid 2010) model (built in Power Supply and SD Card Reader). It fails to launch on other machines (tested on on Mac Mini (Intel 2006) )
This is especially needed for those buying the new Mini Server (mid 2010) and want to run it as a Media Center under Snow Leopard and not run OSX Server that comes with it.
If you do install and use an OSX 10.6.3 RETAIL on new Mac Mini (mid 2010)some things will not work…
SD Card Reader
Display Works : text has halo effect and Display Calibration will not launch)
NB: Upgrading to 10.6.4 or 10.6.4 for new mini – does not fix these issues – I have tried!
How to install on New Mini Server:
1) If you can get Remote CD/DVD Sharing to work.
2) Use Disk Utility to Restore DVD image to an empty USB/FW800 Hard Drive (or partition)
Boot mini holding OPTION key select USB Hard Drive “Mac OS X Install DVD”
Install OS X as normal.
This image has been tested and works on my new Mini Server using Install method 2) above.
Stream Music*, Video*, or Photos* from a Media Server* to your Apple iPhone, Android phone, or Mac
Already have a media server running on your home computer or server? With PlugPlayer you can access music from your media server and listen to it on your iPhone.
Control PlugPlayer from another Apple iPhone, Android phone, or Mac
Like listening to your iPod touch while it is docked to speakers, but hate having to physically walk over to change the playlist or volume? With PlugPlayer, you can use your iPhone to remotely control another copy of PlugPlayer.
Control a Media Renderer* from your Apple iPhone, Android phone, or Mac
Already have a media renderer hooked up to your stereo? No need to fumble around looking for the right remote. With PlugPlayer you can control your media renderer using your iPhone, creating a playlist from media on your media server.
No Additional Software or Configuration Required
Other solutions require proprietary software on your home computer, but PlugPlayer uses the media server you already have. Plus, PlugPlayer automatically discovers devices on your network without the need for manual configuration or settings.
Of course, should your device not be discoverable due to your network circumstances, there is also a way to manually add a device. With PlugPlayer’s advanced device configuration, you can stream music and video from remote servers or even over VPN. You can even use PlugPlayer to help other media renderers discover your remote servers.
iPodRobot plist Editor for Windows is a software that can edit both of XML format and Binary format Mac OS property list file (.plist) under Windows system. Key Features: support both XML format and Binary format plist file; syntax highlighting; regular expression search/replace supported ; bookmark; unlimited undo support; check plist syntex before saving to disk.
- VERSION: 2.0
- PRICE: Free
- OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008
Pocket Tunes Radio v5.5.0
Support/Info: iPhone and iPod touch – AD
Listen to your favorite radio stations and podcasts using your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with Pocket Tunes Radio. NOW ON SALE for a limited time!
“Pocket Tunes Radio from NormSoft sets itself apart by allowing you to listen to many stations not compatible with other apps.” – Macworld (4 Mouse Rating)
PODCASTS (New in version 5.5)
Listen to more than 16,000 (and growing) podcasts in the catalog, including radio shows, music, audio books, and virtually any topic worth talking about! Pocket Tunes Radio automatically downloads your subscribed podcasts and makes it super simple to listen to the ones you want to hear. Many podcasts can also be played in the background while you use other apps.
Record your favorite stations to playback later. This is great for news shows that you want to listen to at a later time or when you want to listen to radio when you don’t have an Internet connection, like on the plane or subway. While playing back, you scan skip forward and back to skip past songs and commercials you don’t want to hear.
STATIONS NEAR YOU
Pocket Tunes Radio lets you search for stations based on your current location using the GPS technology in your iPhone.
In addition to thousands of free stations, also listen to web based subscription services for XM and Sirius satellite radio (Howard Stern, Oprah, BBC, Martha Stewart, NFL, NHL, Bloomberg, etc., …), and Live365 VIP. These services require an active paid subscription to listen, and Pocket Tunes provides access to thousands of free stations as well. To learn more, visit pockettunesradio.com.
SELECTION (Now over 23,000 streams!)
The pre-populated station catalog can be browsed by genre and by country. You can select from over 23,000 streams (including popular stations like KCRW, Hot 97, BBC 1, etc., …) or browse the web to add even more. The catalog is continually updated and will automatically grow as new stations are added. For convenience, you can even hide groups of stations that aren’t of interest to you.
MP3 and AAC+ stations (and many podcasts) can be played in the background while you run other applications on your iPhone or iPod touch.
To maximize playback quality, stream speed is automatically selected for you based on whether a wifi or Edge/3G network is being used.
Add stations to your Favorites for quick access the next time you listen.
With the tap of a button, Pocket Tunes Radio will search for the current song in the iTunes Store so you can buy it or learn more.
Want to listen to Internet radio but still check your e-mail or surf the web? Easy, Pocket Tunes comes with a robust built in web browser so you can surf while Pocket Tunes Radio plays.
Know the station you are looking for? Enter a keyword on the search tab to search the entire catalog of stations, by city, state, country, call sign, or frequency. You can even search within a group of stations, and filter the results by station tags.
We invest in top-notch support engineers to get you quick and helpful responses to all of your questions. Want to see your favorite station in our catalog? Just send a request email@example.com to get it added, or access our support request form directly from the Stations tab within the Pocket Tunes Radio application by tapping Help.
* Formats: MP3, AAC, WMA, AAC+, Ogg Vorbis.
* Streaming Audio Protocols: MMSH, HTTP, ShoutCast, and RTSP.
- Podcast support to play back nearly any audio podcast (16,000 and growing in catalog)
- Now over 23,000 streams in the catalog!
- Much faster tuning into many WMA stations
- Support for song information on Sirius and other stations
- Improved support for scanning through recordings and podcasts
- Auto-bookmark to remember your place in all recordings and podcasts
- Many other bug fixes, performance improvements, etc.
Download Free Software Pocket Tunes Radio v5.5.0 (iPhone & iPod touch)