Popular free image painting app, MyPaint has been updated to version 1.2.0.
In case you haven’t hard of the app, here is a brief description.
MyPaint is not a new project at all. It is an old app from 2004, and the last stable version of which was released three years ago, in 2013, according to Softpedia. The app was not discontinued as some believed, but was in development for a whole three years. And a new build of it has finally been released in an official stable version.
I hope you will excuse the very amateurish attempt to draw, as seen in the screenshot above. The intention was to show that anyone can draw using MyPaint, and not just artists [...]
The digital world that we live in today, has us emailing more than we ever have.
And more often than not, the majority of us do so on a daily basis.
Though it usually involves just a regular conversation, sometimes we have to send files to our friends and colleagues. It could be some documents, or PDFs, or photos, or even a video. When you use a free email service like Gmail, you just have a meagre 25MB limit for attachments you can send with one email.
A solution for this is of course, sending multiple emails or hosting the files over at a cloud storage service like Google Drive, Dropbox or OneDrive. This of course isn’t a good solution for files which [...]
Iobit has released a new version of its defragmentation tool, Smart Defrag 5.
The new beta build of the app, brings in a massive UI overhaul.
Smart Defrag 5 features a Windows 10 themed flat interface, with cards instead of the previous dull old buttons and cluttered UI. There are new icons in the cards too, which are very well designed.
In comparison, this is what Iobit Smart Defrag 4 looks like:
The toolbar on the top right corner has been moved to the left corner. Of course, you will not see it at first, for it is hidden under the hamburger menu button.
The app’s main menu uses a hover control, which when you move your [...]
Screenshots are often very useful, for blogging, troubleshooting issues, or just for the sake of sharing contents with friends.
Earlier this week, we told you how to save screenshots automatically to OneDrive.
But what do you take screenshots with? Print Screen + MS Paint aka Microsoft Paint has long been the most common combo, thaks to the fact that is free and available on every Windows PC. But the biggest problem with this method is that you do not have any other options or modes of taking screenshots.
Another problem is that you have to manually open MS Paint and then paste it, to edit the screenshot, and then save it.
A better way to take screenshots [...]