We just released Tabbles Portable and Tabbles Free
Tabbles Portable in beta
HELLO WORLD, ( ) Recently we made some good friend at Microsoft Denmark (I'll write more about it later) and they (Henrik and Martin) asked us if we could do a couple of webcasts telling about F#, WPF and Tabbles. Tthis is the first one, captured and explained from Maurizio, on msdn.channel9.com (click to open): (Read Post)
After some intense research about technologies we came to the conclusion that there is no easy way to “listen” to a files system and to understand when files are moved.
Tabbles, browser integration, tagging URLs
How to get your .msi installer to overwrite the previous installation completely. Orca, REINSTALLMODE, amus.
(this is a boring post about an update – I’m working on a more interesting post about enterpreneurship and Microsoft…stay tuned) While this is a minor release, there are a couple nice things we added: — the uninstall shortcut in the start menu (a big step for us, a small step for humanity ) — the “+” next (Read Post)
Ladies and gentleman, we’ve just redesigned Tabbles, from scratch – or nearly. This release is the result of the 6 months of testing, discussing, improving, re-testing, re-thinking, re-designing. Now Tabbles looks like something “familiar” and not anymore like an alien kind of application. We hope you’ll love using it as much as we loved making (Read Post)
A pretty easy technique to develop a simple and yet very effective serial number system: the idea is to create a very large serial and read only a part of it… then start reading a bit more as the app gets cracked.
HELLO WORLD, If you thought that Tabbles is complicated to use, this release should make you change your mind. Now it really looks like Windows Explorer Evolved 😀 Check the whole story on our forum or download the beta here. A little teaser (1.4.5 beta1): 1.4.5 beta2 —>Ooops, we did it again! Check our forum or (Read Post)