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recently I added some functions in xplorer² that should help detecting (and removing) bad quality pictures from your collection, e.g. blurred or near-duplicate pictures:

I am not a photographer, and neither are most of xplorer² users it would appear, so if you are into photography and would like to have a go with the picture cleanup tools, and tell me how it goes, it would be great! As usual you can claim a free license for useful feedback


Hi, I've added a catalog search feature in Deskrule, the desktop search engine. This is meant for people with lots of movies or any documents kept in removable external storage media (USB hard disks, DVDs, thumbdrives etc).

After inserting your external devices to the catalog, you can do fast searches by name and advanced attributes (author, tags etc) to discover where are your archived documents, while the actual external device is offline (not connected). Deskrule will then guide you to attach the appropriate medium to open the file found.

Please see here for more information including a beta version to download

I am looking for testers to try out the new feature. If you contribute significant feedback you will get a free license for the full version.

Thanks for testing!

Deskrule is a generic windows desktop search engine that can query for hundreds of windows properties and file attributes. One of them is geolocation data stored in photos you shoot with your GPS enabled mobile phone. Searching for particular latitude and longitude by number is awkward to say the least

I have added a map helper to deskrule that makes this process much easier. Now to find a photo by location all you need is to open a (google) map and point it to your desired location. Then deskrule will find all your pictures that were shot there, e.g. in New York or even in Central park.

for more information please see here

if any of you are photographers that travel a lot I'd love to hear your feedback

most people are not aware that there is a big shake-down of SHA1 code signing certificates coming first thing in 2016. If you sell or distribute digitally signed software you must be aware of the changes and get prepared. For more information see here

please spread the word!
merry christmas

PS. i see there was a brief discussion about this but it affects everybody not just mouser

here's something that should interest people who use archives a lot, it extends the zipfolder principle built in windows to other popular formats (as supported by 7zip). The namespace/shell extension works for windows explorer and all compatible file managers: (freeware)

please feel free to spread the word :)

Announce Your Software/Service/Product / crack tracker
« on: April 12, 2010, 03:18 AM »
Many people here are selling their software for a living. For all you authors suffering from cracks and keygens, this tool I made will make things a bit easier. It searches for illegal downloads of your software and presents them in a list, so you can file a DMCA complaint with rapidshare and similar hosting companies, so that your illegal downloads are removed (and then more will be listed :))

For more information and to download the crack tracker, see here:

as this is work in progress I would appreciate your feedback


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