We’ve seen a lot of Internet TV players, and the quality varies widely. Perhaps the biggest stumbling block for programs of this sort is the quality of the links that are included; more often than not we encounter programs that link to plenty of different streaming TV channels but then find that half the links don’t work.
Unfortunately, My Internet TV suffers from this problem: although it offers hundreds of channels from around the world, a lot of them simply don’t work.
We acknowledge that not all channels are on 24 hours a day, but we don’t think that this fully explains the problem. Other than the issue with non-functioning streams, we liked My Internet TV. The program’s interface is well-organized and attractive, and the program has several features that we don’t typically see in this sort of program.
We were most impressed with the preview option.
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2 is a bug fixing release. CNET Editors’ note: The Download Now link will prompt a local download of the Firefox extension. To install the extension directly, open the file using your Firefox browser. CNET Editors’ review by: CNET Staff on November 06, 2008 Gspace is a Firefox extension that takes the small pile of gigabytes that the Google folks give you for your Gmail account and turns them into a drive with storage and music-playing capabilities.
Accessible via a toolbar button or from the menu bar, the extension opens a new tab with an FTP-style interface.
You can transfer files by highlighting them and hitting the directional arrow. Drag and drop is not available, but the plug-in is still replete with goodies. Uploading a file sends an e-mail with it attached to your Gmail. By creating an appropriate filter and folder, it can be quite easy to keep track of the files you’ve uploaded.
Deleting the file from Gspace deletes the e-mail. Gspace also allows users to switch between different Gmail accounts, has an Inbox button so you can quickly jump back to the standard Gmail interface, and supports different uses of the virtual drive.
These include a Music mode, which can be used with a Flash music player to create a Web-based MP3 player, and a Photo mode, which can be used for displaying photos–although it didn’t work for us.
Additional features include help buttons and a status bar that tells you which account you’re using and 229 amount of space used.
Gspace also can show you files uploaded with GMail Drive, a 229 program, although those files 229 accessible from Gspace.
Highly recommended. Publisher’s Description From Gspace: Gmail Space is an extension to the Firefox browser which turns your Gmail account into a Web drive, so you can share your content from several systems without the need of carrying them with you and through 299 simple to use interface.
Identify how much disk space you’re using with WinDirStat.
Based on the Linux application KDirStat, this great piece of freeware offers you an informative visual display of your hard-drive usage.
It can also analyze your local devices.
Depending on the size of your disk, the initial WinDirStat scan may take quite a while, so be prepared to go grab a cup of coffee for 5 to 10 minutes.
2 When you return, you’ll see all of your files (for the drive or directory you decided to scan) displayed in a 229 of colors. WinDirStat assigns colors to each file type, such as MP3, ZIP, EXE, JPG, and so on. By default, the files that take up the most space are colored blue, the second heftiest are red, and the third largest green.
After the first 10 color-labeled file types, the rest appear in gray–but you can change these settings and colors through the Options menu.
Once you’ve identified where your disk space has gone, you can then more easily decide where you can save space. WinDirStat is loaded with features for managing your files, such as the ability to 92 delete files without even bothering with the Recycle Bin.