I have been talking to many people, yes, mostly women, but I also know a couple of men who cross-stitch. And they told me that the very process of cross-stitching really calms down, the only annoying thing is that sometimes it’s difficult to find a ready pattern that you would like at first sight.
Sometimes it happens. Something has caught your eye on the web page. Some line, some interesting phrase, some intricate detail among a lot of letters that you need to remember. You bookmark the page and after a while you will waste time on scanning the text for this detail! In real life, people use highlighters. Why not apply this principle to web pages as well?
Recuva is unique free software that should be installed on every computer. Recuva restores deleted images quickly and easily. No tech knowledge needed to rescue erased images. Just select the file type you want to restore, e.g. photos, and click the “Scan” button. Recuva will explore your PC and bring up the list of images that recently has been deleted. Then, you’ll pick up the desired pictures and get your photos back.
I use PowerPoint to type in some text in primitive presentations. The design of default PowerPoint templates is … well… regular, so to say. It’s beyond my understanding how other people manage to put images, charts, tables and animation in their presentations. You can spend hours studying PowerPoint or you can just download free templates. It’s easy as everything is already done by other people.
Default skin settings of most popular browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome and Opera leave much to be desired. Apple’s Safari can be an exception to the rules but still there has to be the way to change its look. What I aim at in this post are tips and tricks where to find colorful clothes for your browser.
When I search for free photo editing software I always check its reviews. I want to know in advance an unbiased opinion on how to edit photos with a certain photo application. I look for information about technical requirements and drawbacks before I download any free software. Besides, I need good user guides, how-to videos, tips and tricks. To cut a long story short, a free photo software review is an indispensable thing for the right photo tool choice.
There are top 5 websites with free photo software reviews you should read:
The newbie in the photo blogging world publishes informative photo software reviews. Among examined free photo editors, you will find GIMP review, Loonapix review and PhotoScape review. Plus, take a look at free image viewers with photo editing options such as IrfanView review or FastStone ImageViewer review.