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Learn Electronics and Programming

We designed the DuinoKit Essentials project to be a simple, cost-effective development system for learning and experimenting with electronics and microprocessors. Last year we created the DuinoKit Experimenter system and learned a lot in the process. My most common response was “Wow”, “Overwhelming” and “too expensive”. Our response to these comments was a slightly smaller, less expensive development system for learning electronics and programming. Share the love of electronics and programming with someone with this easy to use kit. You may just inspire the “Next Big Invention”! DuinoKit is the “Easy” way to build, learn electronics and program with *Arduino! Contains all parts necessary for numerous projects. Easy to understand diagrams and part specifications. Fun and easy to build projects. (You will need your own Mac…

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Learn Electronics and Programming

Automatically start and dock your programs

Thanks for stopping by to check out our free Launcher Dock application built for Windows to automatically start programs and dock them exactly were you want them. Free Windows tool to manage the way you launch and dock your programs on a single or multiple screens. Works great for video walls. Personalise the way your computer starts. Open All Your Favourite Programs Automatically When You Log On. Watch the Intro Video. If you’re like me and use multiple screens, there are certain applications you start and use every time you turn on your computer. You open up Gmail to check your email and then you move that window to one corner of the screen, then you open up Skype and …

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Automatically start and dock your programs

Top 10 Incredibly Useful Windows Programs to Have On Hand

Some apps are essential, and you use them every day. Everyone knows their names: Firefox, VLC, 7-Zip, and so on. However, there’s another class of app that gets less attention: the apps that are insanely useful to have in your back pocket on the rare occasions you need them. Here are 10 of our favorites. 10. Speccy Maybe you’ve forgotten what kind of RAM you bought, or want a quick glance at your CPU’s temperature. Speccy scans your machine and gives you a complete rundown of everything, from model numbers to temperatures, fan speeds, S.M.A.R.T. status, and…well, pretty much anything else you can think of. It’s also available in portable form, so you don’t have to install anything – just stick it in a folder…

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Uninstall Preloaded Windows 8 Apps in Bulk With This Program

Removing bloatware from a new PC is a rite of passage for most Windows users whenever they get a new machine. And for years, desktop users have turned to third-party programs such as PC Decrapifier to automate bloatware removal. But removing all those pre-installed “Metro” apps in Windows 8 hasn’t been so easy, and boy, does Microsoft pre-install a lot of them. (Around 20 in the Windows 8.1 Update, if you’re counting.) For the most part, the only option was to go through each modern app one-by-one, right-clicking the ones you didn’t want, and then selecting “uninstall”. Not too difficult, but very manual. A new, free program aims to change all that. Called Windows 8 App Remover, this desktop program automates the process of…

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