PSD – Stylish Pink Template
PSD | 4091×3000 | 300 dpi | 63 Mb
Archive for May 6th, 2012
Copy Path to Clipboard 1.0 | 8.2 MB
Copy Path to Clipboard is a free small shell extension that extends the right click menu of Windows Explorer and allows you to copy the path of the selected files or folders (one or multiple) to the clipboard. This is very useful when you just quickly need the path of the file , for example, to pass it as an argument to another application. Also it can copy the path relative to a base directory that you specify. Moreover, it can copy the path in URL format, ready to be used in webpages and it can copy it also in URL format relative to another base directory (e.g. your site root directory). 4dots Copy Path to Clipboard also finds and copies to clipboard the path that shortcut files are pointing to. Additionally, it copies the UNC path of remote files or folders. If multiple files or folders are selected, then you can create a list, either space or new line character separated of the paths.
3 UHQ – Layered PSD Sources | 24bit Up to 5300 Pixels – 300 dpi | 102 MB (276 MB uncompressed).
Publisher: Imagination Design
Ultra High Quality Layered PSD Sources for general Graphic Design or multimedia presentations. Layered Photoshop files. Stock photographs, pictures and royalty free images.
Keyhunter WPI v.20120317 (x32/x64/ML/RUS)| 2.65 GB
WPI All programs You need here, in the powerful auto-install. Programs are divided into categories, have a detailed description. The installation process is fully automatic. You choose the program you want to install and run the installation. Collection of programs unattended can be written to disk, USB flash drive, or extract to your hard drive.
The Games Machine N.285 – Maggio 2012
Italian | 116 Pages | PDF | 13.21 Mb
E’ finalmente disponbile il nuovo numero di TGM, testata che 23 anni racconta con passione e dovizia di particolari, nonche con quell’occhio critico comune solo alla stampa specializzata, il settore del videoludo e l’evoluzione di mode e tendenze ad asso annesse.
Matthew MacDonald, “Access 2007: The Missing Manual”
ISBN: 0596527608 | edition 2006 | PDF | 931 pages | 43,6 mb
Compared to industrial-strength database products such as Microsoft’s SQL Server, Access is a breeze to use. It runs on PCs rather than servers and is ideal for small- to mid-sized businesses and households. But Access is still intimidating to learn. It doesn’t help that each new version crammed in yet another set of features; so many, in fact, that even the pros don’t know where to find them all. Access 2007 breaks this pattern with some of the most dramatic changes users have seen since Office 95. Most obvious is the thoroughly redesigned user interface, with its tabbed toolbar (or “Ribbon”) that makes features easy to locate and use. The features list also includes several long-awaited changes. One thing that hasn’t improved is Microsoft’s documentation. To learn the ins and outs of all the features in Access 2007, Microsoft merely offers online help.