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TumbleDeck: Windows Desktop blogging client for Tumblr is a feature rich website, well-known as a micro-blogging platform. It is considered as home to the most creative people in the world. Tumblr allows its users to post anything (text, web, links, quotes, videos) to their TumbleBlog, a […]

Windows slideshow feature for desktop background not working

If you find that your Windows desktop slideshow feature in Windows 10/8/7, which used to work fine, does not work anymore, you may want to check out this article. Windows slideshow feature not working First make sure that no installed […]

How to get the Vista sidebar back in Windows 7

Well, the Windows Vista sidebar was done away with for some good reason. It wasn’t too popular and some considered it a resource hog and a waste of desktop real-estate. But there was always a set of people who loved […]

A Virtual Piano For Your Windows Desktop

This post is for all those music enthusiasts out there, who like to play the piano! Now you can play the piano without  owning one. I was stumbling around the web for some sort of virtual piano or simulator kind […]

How to run Mac dashboard widgets on Windows 7 desktop

Kludget Engine allows you to run Apple Mac’s dashboard widgets on the Windows operating system. Kludgets, widgets, gadgets, applets or screenlets are shiny little applications that decorate the desktop. More just than eye-candy on the screen, they provide an enhanced […]