Popcorn Time is a multi-platform, free and open source BitTorrent media app that downloads or streams and plays movies and TV series. Popcorn Time has been widely popular as it’s free yet provides the ease-of-use and functionality of paid subscription-based video streaming service such as Netflix.
Android users have been able to enjoy free flow of movies and TV shows streaming service through special BitTorrent client apps that uses sequential downloading in order to stream media called Show Box and Popcorn Time. For iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, an alternative is available, which is Movie Box. The catch is that officially to install Movie Box on iOS device, you need […]
Microsoft OneDrive (previously known as Windows Live SkyDrive) has been offering free 15GB storage space since June 2014, an increase from free 7GB disk space offered when the service was first launched. However, if the default free storage available is not enough for you, Microsoft is offering you a chance to double the OneDrive free storage to 30GB, without cost.
In Microsoft Outlook 2010, Microsoft Outlook 2013 or older Outlook versions, the Inbox displays the count of unread email messages, but the count may be wrong or incorrect. For example, Outlook may indicate that there is a count of 1 unread email message, but in fact there is none in the Inbox; or there is a 3 count of unread emails when actually there is […]
The latest version of Google Chrome, Chrome 37, included the support of DirectWrite in order to improve text rendering and the looking of the fonts. Hardware-accelerated capable DirectWrite was designed by Microsoft as the text layout and glyph rendering API for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 and future versions to replace GDI/GDI+ and Uniscribe for screen-oriented rendering.
One of the change to user interface since Visual Studio 2012 and stays in Visual Studio 2013 is the ALL CAPS menus. In Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013, all letters of the menu titles in the menu bar is converted to upper case, instead of following typical capitalization, where only the first letter is capital letter with the rest in lower case.