Notepad++ is a text and source code editor developed by Don Ho and intended for Windows environment. It is free software hosted on sourceforge.net and was downloaded over 28 million times, twice won the SourceForge Community Choice Award for Best Developing Tool. It’s special kind of text editor that supports many programming languages.
One of the essential things that make Notepad++ different from the other text editors is the tabbed interface. It allows you to manage multiple documents within a single window, using tabs as a navigational widget for switching between the sets of documents.
In many ways Notepad++ is much better than [...]
After leaving Yahoo and being turned down from Facebook, Jan Koam (CEO) and Brian Acton on February 24 2009 (on Koam’s birthday actually) incorporated WhatsApp Inc. in California. Later in 2014, Facebook acquired WhatsApp for US $19 billion.
Competing with other messaging services like Viber, I would say WhatsApp is doing pretty good considering the fact that in January 2015 they announced reaching 700 million monthly active users with over 30 billion messages being sent every day.
This review refers to the Version 2.11.528 of WhatsApp Messenger, the one that I’m currently using.
WhatsApp started as an iPhone app, but now besides iOS, it is [...]
Viber is a VoIP (Voice over IP) and instant messaging application first designed for smartphones and tablets only, now available for personal computers too. It started as an iOS app, and now it’s available for Android, Windows Phone, Windows, Blackberry, Mac, Linux, Symbian, Nokia S40 and Bada devices. Viber is under constant improvement and innovation. It is developed by Viber Media, company founded in 2010 by four Israeli partners: Talmon Marco (CEO), Igor Megzinik, Sani Maroli and Ofer Smocha.
Because of their constant updates and development and the differences between platforms and devices, I may specify that my review will be directed upon the latest [...]
As I already mentioned in my previous post in which I did a review on the subject of Windows 8.1, Microsoft announced the official release of Windows 10 late in 2015. Build versions of the product were released in October 2014 and November 2014, and last month (on January 23rd 2015) there was a Preview release. Microsoft offered even an Insider Program (the way they refer to it) “to help them shape up the Windows 10 experience for millions of people”. You can download the Windows 10 Technical Preview from Microsoft’s official web site and you get to send feedback about your experience with the 10, see the progress, have an impact on the process of finishing [...]