Tuesday, 22 September 2009
Are you into Twitter?
If so, this blog entry with 11 Free Twitter clients may be interesting to you.
This post has similar information, specifically for Linux: "Six Twitter clients for the Linux desktop and one for the road".AODdesign!
Saturday, 19 September 2009
I had to work intensively with Adobe Premiere Elements 6 last weekend. It became a horrible experience since it crashed often.
Obviously, I had to find an immediate solution. After a lot of google, more gray hair and frustration, I found the bug: Microsoft's Visual C++ runtime is pure fertilizer and must be updated.
Download and install these two files, but mind the fact that the smart people of M$ named them... Exactly the same. So change the names or save to different folders. Anyway, applying these updates solved my crashing problem in Premiere Elements 6.
- Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86)
- Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package (x86)
I installed both just to make sure there are no conflicts and both are up-to-date. Should the links stop working because of M$ changing them, just google for their names and get them from Microsoft.com.
If you're looking for the best and least expensive Photoshop & Premiere you can get, check this great bundle by Adobe.
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