Category: Windows

Play (Almost) Any Game in Borderless Windowed Mode

I love gaming. I also love browsing the internet. Sometimes I like to do those things at the same time. Many newer games have borderless windowed mode built in. If you don’t know what that is, it is a setting that allows you to put a game in full screen while treating it like a windowed program, which allows you to go between windows a lot smoother. Sometimes using ALT-TAB with a native full screen game can cause lag or, worse, leave the game unresponsive. If that is the case, using the internet (or any other program) at the same time as a game becomes very difficult.

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Quick Look: ColorUtility is a necessity for designers

ColorUtility is a lightweight utility by Xylem Studios for Windows. It doesn’t have many functions, but what it has it does well.

The main function of ColorUtility is the eyedropper that you can use to select any spot on your screen and get the hex code for the color. It’s simple and works flawlessly. If you are a designer of any kind, you need this app, if just for this one purpose.

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Inky Tries to Fix Your Inbox and Show You What is Relevant


“Inky, An App for All Your Email. Smart Views, Unified Inbox, Relevance Sorting, Cloud Enabled, and More!”

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Inky tries to solve the problem of email being “broken” by modernizing the way we look at email through unique sorting methods. It is available on both Windows and Mac.

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