Fences, Stardock’s desktop organization app, has become quite a fan favorite since it was first released. The app lets you automatically organize your desktop icons and shortcuts into fences to keep your desktop area clean and organized. The latest version, Fences 3, added several new features, including compatibility with Windows 10.
Get Fences here.
Fences has lots of cool features to help you organize your desktop just the way you want it. I’m going to share my top 3 ti...
If you are a Windows 10 user, we have a great set of apps that can help you customize and enhance your user experience. The best part is, this can be done for under $5 each!
Below is a quick overview of each app and what it can do to improve your Windows 10 experience.
Start10 is one of Stardock's most popular apps for Windows 10. It is an alternative Start menu that brings additional customization and functionality to the Windows 10 Start menu. If you prefer the look of t...
Microsoft is having a Windows 10 event today at 10am ET.
You can watch the livestream here.
Here is some info on what to expect to be announced and shown today.
Windows 10 is here today and we’ve seen lots of questions about compatibility with Stardock software. I wanted to take the time to post a chart with compatibility so you can know what to expect when you update to Windows 10.Now is a great time to be an Object Desktop subscriber. Learn more about Object Desktop here.Note:Please note that even though we say it’s working on Windows 10 doesn’t mean full compatibility or supported and there is always the chance that issues...
Many thought it would be later in the year for the holiday season, but apparently Microsoft is confident that Windows 10 will be ready for a summer release.
"We continue to make great development progress and shared today that Windows 10 will be available this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages. Windows has always been global with more than 1.5 billion users around the world and here in China hundreds of millions of PCs operate Windows today. That’s why it was particularly fun to...
If you follow my posts you might have seen I planned and recently finished my new PC. Putting together a new PC is a bit of work, at least assembling all the parts together and making sure everything works. That's only one part of it though, as you also have to install Windows, install all your apps and games, and then get your data moved back.
My new PC doesn't have an optical drive, so I loaded up my Windows 8 ISO onto a USB drive and installed it. It didn't ta...
As posted earlier, Microsoft had a media event today to give more details on what’s upcoming in Windows 10 for PC, tablets, mobile, etc. They showed lots of features of Windows 10, announced that upgrades will be free for the first year, Cortana integration, Spartan browser, and also showed off some cool new technology.
I’m also going to link to some articles that gives much mor...
Today at 12pm EST, Microsoft is holding a media event to discuss the upcoming Windows 10.
You can watch the livestream here, and it will also be on-demand after the event.
You might have seen me mention it before, but my current main/gaming PC is around 7 years old. I really can’t complain though, because it has lasted and really hasn’t caused any problems until now. I built it then for around $600 or so, and it is the main PC I work with and play games on. The past couple of months it has been difficult to start and keep running efficiently, so it’s time to start looking at a new build.
In a previous post I mentioned I was l...
At the beginning of the year I posted about a new gaming mouse I picked up. It was an E-Blue Mazer 2000 which I picked up on Amazon for around $20. It’s been a fairly good piece of inexpensive hardware, but after a ton of use the scroll wheel was starting to wear down, so it was time for something new.
Around the Thanksgiving holiday weekend Amazon had a bunch of Logitech stuff on sale, so I picked up the Logitech G602 wireless gaming mouse for about $44. That’s ...
Amazon announced the Fire TV stick device, and if you are a Prime subscriber you can pre-order one for just $19 for the next couple of days.
Seems like a pretty good deal for a streaming device for $19.
Introducing Object Desktop Infinite our new service that gets you access to our growing library of customization software for only $3.99* per month. Now it's easier than ever to get our latest customization features before they're added to future versions Windows.In addition to popular products like, Start8, Fences, ModernMix and WindowBlinds, Object Desktop Infinite includes free updates and exclusive invitations to try out new software betas first.Object Desktop Infinite is available n...
Sometime today the Windows Insider Program will launch and people will be able to download the Windows 10 Technical Preview.
Windows Insider Program: http://preview.windows.com/
It should be noted that this is a Technical Preview and should not be installed for use as your main operating system. If you aren't familiar with any of this, I'd advise just waiting until next year when it fully released.
It’s so good they skipped Windows 9 altogether!
Windows 10 Preview will be available tomorrow.
Today we updated Object Desktop™ with ShadowFX™ our latest desktop customization product. Now you can easily focus on your most important desktop work spaces by adding distinctive drop shadows to your window frame in Windows® 8.
ShadowFX is also available to try as a free 30-day trial and can be purchased for only $4.99.
Visit Windows 8 Drop Shadows to learn more.