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FileZilla 3.1.0 Final

FileZilla 3.1.0 Final

FileZilla Client is a fast and reliable cross-platform FTP, FTPS and SFTP client with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface. It is a powerful FTP-client for 32-bit MS Windows (NT/2000/XP) for file uploading and downloading to and from your FTP site, server, or host. The program lets y

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Newly Announced Motorola Defy is Rugged and Runs Android 2.1

Newly Announced Motorola Defy is Rugged and Runs Android 2.1

Who said rugged meant a phone had to actually look like a piece of military equipment? With the announcement of the Motorola Defy, Moto brings their second Android handset specced out to resist the elements and keep chugging under even the most hostile conditions. Taking a page from the Motoro

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MIT Nanomesh Paper Towel is the Last Quicker Picker Upper You'll Ever Need [Nano Towels]

MIT Nanomesh Paper Towel is the Last Quicker Picker Upper You'll Ever Need [Nano Towels]

Sorry, Brawny man. Your paper towels were always handy in a pinch for the occasional Coke-on-keyboard spill, but they fall apart when held up against this incredible nanomesh towel from the folks at MIT. Designed with the environmentally unfriendly act of oil spills in mind, this recyclable towel's

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Asus Announces 800MHz 'World's Fastest' Smartphone

Asus Announces 800MHz 'World's Fastest' Smartphone

Asus is laying claim to the title for the fastest smartphone in the world, and there's little reason to doubt them. The news, though, is hollow: P565 with its 800MHz Marvell processor is objectively impressive, but underneath the oppressive, unflattering veil of Windows Mobile 6.1 it's not lik

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Research aims to harness solar energy to purify water

A new project in Saudi Arabi — being spearheaded by IBM and the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) — seeks to create a water desalination plant that runs off solar energy. The location of the project is significant, since Saudi Arabia is apparently the largest producer o

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British Club4Climate Nightclub Charges Itself With the Power of Dance [Green Dancing]

British Club4Climate Nightclub Charges Itself With the Power of Dance [Green Dancing]

As the clubbers in Britain's first-ever eco-nightclub rave their little hearts out in the coming months, they'll be doing their part to conserve energy. Well, their feet will be, because the energy that powers 60% of the club is going to be generated by the springy dance floor beneath them. The spri

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Electronic Circuits That Melt Into Your Body

Electronic Circuits That Melt Into Your Body

It makes me nervous too. I'm not so keen on the idea of circuits enveloped in a silk substrate, which melts into your body leaving just nanometers-thick layers of electronics. But it's for the best, trust me on this one. Until now, body-embedded circuitry was very limited. The electronics were ha

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Samsung Launches 32 GB DDR3 RAM Module, Mostly Just Because They Can

Samsung Launches 32 GB DDR3 RAM Module, Mostly Just Because They Can

Samsung yammered back in January about making a 32-gigabyte DDR3 RAM stick, and now they've unveiled the beastly piece of hardware for servers. These new 1.35-volt modules are also 20-percent faster than previous 1.5-volt DDR3 modules. Nice. That said, Mark heard straight from Samsung who said that

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Realtek High Definition Audio Driver R2.29

This is the official driver package for Realtek HD Audio Solutions. It includes all driver files, and the control center for Realtek HD-Audio devices for Windows 2000, XP and Vista . The package includes the 32 and the 64 Bit binaries. Realtek HD Audio Driver is supporting all of Realtek HD Audio Co

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Disposable Paper Laptops

Disposable Paper Laptops

I quite agree with Je Sung Park when he says that disposable cameras and cell phones have gained acceptance, so why don’t we take the next step and bring out a disposable computer. His Recyclable Paper Laptop is quite a raw version and could do with some refinement. It uses recycled paper or pul

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Steam Mover Relocates Applications to Free Up Space on Your Primary Drive

Steam Mover Relocates Applications to Free Up Space on Your Primary Drive

Windows only: If your primary hard drive just isn’t large enough to hold all the you need on a day-to-day basis, then Steam Mover is the perfect tool for the job—assuming you have another drive handy.

Steam Mover was originally designed to help hardcore gamers move their downloaded games to other drives, in order to free up space on their primary hard drive. Cheap, huge drives came along and made this less necessary. With the more recent emerging popularity of Solid State Drives (SSDs), this need becomes commonplace again.
Steam Mover works amazingly well on games downloaded through the Steam client (which it was designed for), but as it turns out, it works well with other applications, too. The program’s target directory defaults to the applications folder for Steam, but simply change this to the folder containing the applications you wish to move. Once the folder is selected, all of the associated programs will be listed. Steam Mover works by moving all the data in the associated folder to your secondary drive; it then simply makes a link to the new folder you designate for the alternative folder. This means it should work on most applications.
Steam Mover Relocates Applications to Free Up Space on Your Primary Drive
Once you’ve got the target and destination folder selected, simply select the program(s) you would like to move. Click the right arrow at the bottom of the application, and soon the selected applications will be on the other drive. You can always move the application back to the original drive by clicking the left arrow.
It is important to note that this software is an initial release. The developer makes no guarantee that it will work flawlessly outside of transporting Steam games. In my testing, however, it worked very well, except for a small hiccup when transferring Illustrator and Flash Builder. The issue was easily resolved by copying everything in my new folder back into the original folder, however.
Steam Mover is a free download for and Vista. XP is not supported.

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