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[8 Jan 2010 | One Comment | ]
TeamViewer – Tool To Access Remote Computers

This is a cyber age where people depend on computers for most of their tasks. Think of an instance where you need to access your friend’s computer while you are sitting at your computer in your hostel or accessing your clients’ computers to troubleshoot (a bigger scenario).
When I say “Desktop sharing program”, it surely leaves an impression of a complex program which a person with mediocre computer knowledge cannot handle. TeamViewer is a remote desktop management tool which does not involve any complex element involved, making it a complete user …

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[7 Aug 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

Welcome to the Freeware Mission again, only a few episodes away from having a list of essential freeware for a freeware only PC. Many of my friends ask me for computer advice and explaining all the steps over the telephone or IM is always annoying. I decided to make screen recordings for them, and I need a freeware program for that.
 

I’ve tested a few free screen session recorders and the final choice was between CamStudio and Jing. Well, Jing definitely looks nicer, but I think that CamStudio is better. The …

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[26 Jul 2008 | 18 Comments | ]

The Freeware Mission has it’s first anniversary: the 10th episode! Until now all went very well, my computer is feeling great with only freeware on its hard disks! Today I’m going to try to find the best free screen capture utility. That’s very important for me, because I make a lot of screen captures for this blog, and not only. Let’s see what I found.
 

Until a while ago the best free screen capture program was FastStone Capture, but now it’s shareware, so I have to find something else. I found …

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[15 Mar 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

Some of the screen recording software I’ve come across were selling for as much as 300 bucks. This little one, Cam Studio 2.0, is absolutely free. Making a screen recording with it is quite simple. I’ve done just a test recording in no time. Here it is:
 

The thing I found most useful in this program is the possibility to use the codecs that you have installed in your system to do the recordings. Yes, even DivX or Xvid. There are only two formats for the output files, .avi and .swf …