Skype, the popular chat software, has announced the group video chat feature recently.
Group voice chat is an existing feature of Skype; but the group chat had not allowed us to view the videos. But the latest Skype version introduced this new feature which will allow a group of five friends to chat with each other with video.
This is a still in beta version and it is definitely a tough competition to Cisco video conferencing and other software.
Keeping your windows software up to date is always important. There are couple of software that would update you as and when a new version is released. However keep track of all your software and versions, is a bit of pain and a time consuming task.
CNET TechTracker is a single solution to keep you updated on the latest software versions.
The TechTracker app shows you the software that is out of date and provides you with the information to decide which updates you need. You’ll find product details as well as editor and user ratings, all in one place.
Once you installed on to your windows machine, run the software to check all your installed software and it’s versions. After a successful scan, these will be compared against the huge database maintained by Download.com for the latest version of every installed software and will list you the outdated software with versions. Also you can configure TechTracker to update you through emails so as to receive the updates.
This is a Windows utility from CNET and can run on any Windows machine which has XP or newer windows OS. As it is from CNET, one of the leader in Software reviewer, you can trust this utility and we hope this utility will get more new features in next versions. On top of all these things, it is a Freeware.
Install TechTracker and find your outdated software to keep you up to date.
Microsoft recently released the new Windows Live Movie Maker, a free video editing software with lot more features. This has been released as a part of an update to Windows Live Essentials.
The interface has undergone a major change. Customizing your movie is simple with easy-to-use editing tools. Trim your video clips to show only the parts you want. Add titles, transitions, music, and effects like panning and zooming.
The new Windows Live Movie Maker is not compatible for XP; only for Vista and 7.
Here is an introduction video for Windows Live Movie Maker