02 October 2011

Schedule Evernote Notes Export Using Evernote Exporter

Ever heard about Evernote? Ok I will say in short, Evernote is an online service to save and archive your notes into the cloud that supports multiple operating systems such as Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and more, also offers online synchronization and backup services. It has got both free and premium services, free account gives 60mb of free monthly storage which is sufficient for normal users. Though your notes are synced into the cloud, sometimes it may get problem with syncing and you are forced to manually export your evernote notes into your computer.
evernote exporter
Evernote Exporter is an Open source, and ofcourse free windows software that schedules your evernote notes export based on your specified period. It means after installing Evernote Exporter, now you will get rid of exporting your notes manually again and again.

Download and launch the application, In the export tab, Choose the location to save your evernote notes file followed by the period for schedule backup, it can be hourly, daily, weekly and monthly with the repeat time and finally click the ‘Save’ button. You can also immediately create a backup of current note by clicking the ‘Export’ button. You can export your notes file into your Dropbox folder in case you need double backup.
It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Download Evernote Scheduler
Operapassview Recovers Forgotten and Lost Opera Passwords
Posted: 01 Oct 2011 06:43 AM PDT
Whenever you enter your login information with your password in any login field, most of the web browsers asks you save your password associated with that email/username and if you allow to save the password, and it will automatically fill the password field when you enter same email/username next time. Similarly for Opera browser, if you forgot the password associated with any email that has been already saved in opera browser, then you can recover it using the free utlity.
Operapassview is a small password recovery tool for opera browser that decrypts the content of the Opera Web browser password file (wand.dat) and displays the list of all Web site passwords stored in this file. You can easily view the password associated with any website in the Operapass window, and then copy the passwords list to the clipboard and save it into text/html/csv/xml file.
It is a portable utility, extract the zip file and click the exe file inside to run Operapass. Another key thing about it is, you can still run the utility to view saved passwords even though you don’t have opera browser installeed, a file wand.dat is enough.
It works on any version of  Windows, starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 7/2008. It is also available in multiple language for your easyness.
Download Operapass
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