Archive for the ‘Free’ Category

Jpg2map: JPG / EXIF map in the file properties

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

Today, a new small tool, which I publish as freeware. Many photos (eg. from mobile phones) nowadays contain the coordinates of the place where the picture was taken. Now where was that again? How can I look at it?

With jpg2map it’s really simple. In the properties of the file you will find a map of the place. As usual zoom- and scrollable (Thanks to OpenStreetMap).

Download jpg2map now.

Search the Microsoft Office Ribbbon

Monday, August 16th, 2010

When updating to Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 there’s usually a problem: Where is…? All the functions that you’re used to are now placed somewhere different. Even for the most simple functions you have to do a time-consuming search. Or use RibbonSearch. Or new tool has a lightning-fast search bar directory integrated into the office ribbon.

Now you can easily find where the functions are now located. And more. You can also search the Office options to quickly find where you can configure which options.

And the best:
RibbonSearch is free for private use.

More info / Download

ReplyButler is free today

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

It’s not an April Fool’s joke, ReplyButler (Home Edition) really is free today. You can get it here.  The promotion word is “April”.

It’s free, but only today.  If you want to tell a friend, better hurry.

April Fool! ReplyButler for free

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

Is it an April Fool’s joke?

Or do you really get ReplyButler for Outlook (Home Edition) for free? The Home Edition is great, because it

  • writes the greeting phrase (“Dear Mr. Miller”) for you
  • warns you when you forget an attachment
  • includes pre-written text modules

    Everybody who wants a free license should visit on the first of april.  Don’t miss it and tell friends that might be interested beforehand. Because they won’t get anything for free afterwards… 😉

    Ecology: A blog, a tree

    Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

    Today we’re starting our new project “A blog, a tree”.  For each blog that writes about this project and uses the selected tree button we will plant (together with “I plant a tree”) a tree. (At our cost.)

    Each blogger can choose between 4 tree species, for this blog a pine tree will be planted:
    My blog has planted a pine tree.

    Please help us spread the word and give us a reason to plant many, many trees. If you want to take part, you can find here more about the project: A blog, a tree.

    (And don’t wait too long, we only have 1000 trees to plant.)

    What ‘s my computer doing? 1.01

    Monday, March 8th, 2010

    The question remains, but the answer was just updated. The new version offers an improved support for netbooks with a low screen resolution and allows to “freeze” the list.

    If you’re wondering what you computer is doing, you can find the answer here.

    What’s my computer doing? [Beta]

    Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

    Why is the hard disk LED blinking right now? Why is the Cpu fan starting to spin?

    That’s what you often asked yourself? Well, so did we.

    That’s why we created a new program. The name says it all: “What’s my computer doing?”

    WMCD shows you which programs use your hard disk or your cpu and how often they this. And it even does that in retrospective: If you want to know which program, just HAD accessed your hard disk, WMCD also shows this.

    WMMP is still a beta, so we’d happy to get your feedback. The program is free and can be downloaded here: What’s my computer doing?

    Synchronizing your browser bookmarks for free

    Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

    One of the many small features that Easy2Sync for Files has is that it supports you when searching for the right folder. The folder where your browser stores your bookmarks, for example.

    Simply create a new task in Easy2Sync and instead of entering a folder, click on the small black triangle on the right. The combo box will open and present you (among other things) a choice of your browser bookmarks. Simply choose yours and repeat this for the second computer. This works with the Freeware Edition for the browsers Opera and Firefox. (IE users will need the Home or Business Edition because of the subfolders.)

    Text modules for your webshop helpdesk

    Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

    This is the fourth part in our series of free text module templates. This time, we’re featuring text module templates that can be useful your helpdesk work, if you’re running a web shop. As usual, we can’t offer you read-made texts here since the policies and texts differ to much. But we can give you the structure: The folder names, the text names and icons that will show you the benetifs of using text modules in Outlook.

    Here’s how it looks like:

    If you want to give it a try, you can download the helpdesk template here.

    Another text module template for helpdesks: Fashion

    Friday, September 19th, 2008

    Today I’m showing you another text module template, this time specialized for fashion companies. The text module templates are not complete text modules libraries, but pre-organized structures to help you find your own texts and policies for your Outlook helpdesk, becauses these texts are different for each company.

    Have a look:

    Please give it a try and have a look at the Freeware Edition of our Helpdesk software ReplyButler.

    More text modules templates: Hotel helpdesk software

    Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

    Today’s freebee is a collection of templates for text modules that can be useful if you’re running or hotel or inn. The templates are not ready-made texts, since every business is run on different policies. But since the general helpdesk work is the same, we’re offering a structure with folders, text headlines and icons. You only have to fill in the texts that you’d like.

    This is how the template looks like:

    Please visit the Outlook helpdesk page to download the template.

    Free discount codes

    Sunday, September 7th, 2008

    Yes, this week we’ll give once again away 3 discount codes for a healthy 20% discount on any of our products (for example our Outlook Synch product or our Outlook duplicate remover):


    Yes, 20% discount just for reading the “Outlook and sync blog “. 🙂

    Terms and Conditions:

    • Each code is valid only once.
    • If one code doesn’t work, bad luck, you’re not the first – so try another.
    • If it works, don’t stop the purchase process, because it won’t work another time.
    • The can is to be entered on the ‘Your cart’ page.
    • Discounts can’t be combined


    450 Logo design templates

    Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

    We’ve released the Pro Trial of our Logo Design Software “Company Logo Designer”. This trial version makes it even easier for your to design your perfect logo. In contrast to the 50 templates of the normal trial it includes the 200 logos of the free logo packs PLUS another 200 logo templates that are normally only included in the Comfort Edition.

    Company Logo Designer

    Company Logo Designer

    Start designing your logo!

    GoogleEarthTweaker 1.10: Move solved riddles

    Tuesday, June 17th, 2008

    The new version has a great new feature: It can move solve riddle (“unknown”) caches to their real location (instead of the usual dummy location). This is just great for planing trips, ’cause you can see in Google Earth where the box *really* is located.

    To use this feature, you have to create a simple text file (for example with the Windows text editor “Notepad”). Each line contains the GC-Number and the North and East or West coords, separated by semicolons. For example “GC1234;N49 12.345;W002 12.345”. Please note that this coordinate format is mandatory. GoogleEarthTweaker does not support other formats here, sorry. The next and final step is to simple enter the path and filename into the respective edit box in the dialog (or use the […] button to select the file). That’s all. The file can contain as many lines/caches as you can solve.

    Enjoy your caching trips!

    (Oh, by the way: The moved riddle caches will be marked with a red circle arround the cache in Google Earth. This way you know, that this icon showsreal box coordinates.)

    You can download the latest version here.

    New Textmodule template for helpdesks: Hotel

    Sunday, May 18th, 2008

    We just published a new text module template, this time specialized for hotels. The text module templates, are not complete text modules, but a pre-organized structure to help you find your own texts and policies for your Outlook helpdesk.

    Have a look:
    Outlook helpdesk

    If you want to give it a try, please download the Freeware Edition of our Helpdesk software ReplyButler.