Manage And View Your Contacts Using Latest Google Contact Manager
Don’t you feel frustrating when you need to login to your Gmail account each time to retrieve contact information? Don’t worry now, as Google has realized the problem and they have provided a solution to it. The latest Google contacts management service, named Google Contacts have been introduced in the market, which allows users to organize and view their contacts easily.
This is a standalone utility application, which accumulates all contact details from various services such as Picasa, Google Calendar, Google docs and etc. It is a separate application, so you just need to download and start using without installing it. There is no compulsion to have Gmail account in order to use this online contact services.
Users simply can associate all their others contacts from different sources such as Yahoo mail, Hotmail, etc with this contact management tool. These applications are available in beta version, and if you find it useful, then download it from here.
I’m sure many of you are eagerly awaiting Chrome OS from a very long time. It was Acer which heralded the news of Chrome OS being launched soon. Well, Digitimes says that it will be released this month before the holidays. The information was leaked out by ‘component players’ the middle men, who are busy working on iPhone 5, and still can find time to make such comments.
News is out that the Google will be launching a self-branded device and has its mobile OS slightly better suited for bigger screens. But all this is yet to be seen! Although Chrome OS cannot be obtained as a download to install, it can only be shipped on other hardwares from Google’s partners. Due to the fact that the sole application on the device will be a browser through a media player, Google Chrome OS targets those who are at their PC most of the time.
Google Chrome is initially meant for secondary devices like netbooks, rather than for user’s PCs and will run on hardware using an x86 or ARM-based processor. It utilizes one-sixtieth of the drive as Windows 7. Considering the fact that Chrome is an open source project, it is sure interesting to view the Google Code page often, to be aware of the changes that take place.
In can be technical most often, but they do come up with a few interesting features/designs as well. Its main aim is to give us a light weight Linux distribution for a great web browsing feel.
Some of the software features are:- GNOME 2.30 desktop environment, Google Chrome 8.2.552 web browser, Flash Player 10.1 plugin, Google Picasa 2.7 photo manager, Wine Windows emulator 1.2, Open Office.org 3.2 office suite, GIMP 2.6 image editor, Pidgin 2.6 instant messenger
Chrome OS requires a processor –[Intel Pentium, Xeon or newer, AMD Duron, Athlon, Sempron, Opteron or newer], RAM – min.256 MB; Hard disk-min 1GB; and Graphics card which supports most of the latest graphic cards!