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Category Archives: Windows
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Microsoft has officially announced that they no longer deliver Setup Deployment, a project component used to build installers, with Visual Studio. In fact, Visual Studio 2012 doesn’t come with Setup Deployment. And it comes with a limited … Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – If you have a couple of pictures to compare, you may find Fotomato useful. Oh, yes. Fotomato is the second Windows software release of the month. Simply put it, Fotomato (pronounced as photo-may-toe) is an image … Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – If you have already tried out Microsoft‘s Windows 8 Consumer Preview or 90-day evaluation version of Windows 8, you will probably agree that it’s not the best thing to use when you have a bunch of photos. … Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Yesterday, we had to code-sign some 200 Windows files. We could still be code-signing files right now without a small application we’ve developed just for this purpose. cSignHelper is a smaller desktop application that helps you … Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – The four software title of the month is ready. This new Windows application is called Shapespeare. Shapespeare offers a quick solution to creating simple collage images. It comes with five default shapes on which you can … Continue reading