Running a small business can be enormously difficult, day in and day out. We’ve been there. It’s extremely important to take advantage of every tool available to you in order to streamline your businesses processes and make things more manageable, and unload some of that entrepreneurial burden.
Now that we’re able to make decent quality videos right from our phones video editing software is becoming more essential to the average consumer. For many, the most basic editing software just isn’t versatile enough, and the premium editing software, like Adobe Premiere Pro and Final cut, are far too expensive and contain an overwhelming amount of features and capabilities.
We’re a couple weeks into 2013 now and many of us have gotten off to a great start with our new year’s resolutions! However, it’s around this time that many people start slowing down, reverting back to old, unhealthy habits. and the resolutions that were made in hopes of dramatically changing lives weaken and are abandoned altogether, in favor of easier, more short-sighted paths.
The recent Mac OS release of 10.8 Mountain Lion has made us here at SoftwareMedia.com reflect on the history of Mac OS X and the advancement it has made over the past decade. From the heyday of PowerPCs and G3s to blazingly fast Intel i7s and monster 27-inch iMacs, the Mac operating system history for version ten has been full of “oohs” and “ahhs”.
Find out what’s new in AutoCAD LT 2011 with Useful Screen Shots and Commentary
A special thanks to our AutoCAD expert affiliate Jeffrey for writing this guest article for us. Jeffrey walks us through improvements and enhancements in AutoCAD LT 2011, including hatch transparency, drawing, editing, the ribbon menu, previewing, viewport configuration, dimensioning small objects, dimension labels, the poly-line function, arc conversion tool, supported files, spell checker and much more!
With the release of Microsoft SQL Server 2012, the licensing model for this software has been changed considerably for the sake of simplicity, as well as accomodation of the various features and price-points of the various editions.
This buying guide lets you easily compare Microsoft Office 2010 editions to help you decide which suite is best for you. MS Office 2010 has been grouped into four main editions: Home and Student; Home and Business (replaced Office 2007 Standard); Professional, and Professional Plus (available through open licensing). Microsoft Office Ultimate and Enterprise suites are no longer available in the 2010 editions.