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2010

ComparePSD - Compares Photoshop Images Layer-by-Layer - Photoshop - Lifehacker

ComparePSDquickly compares PSD files layer-by-layer, effect-by-effect to find the one you're looking for.—with thumbnails to make it all the easier. It also integrates with the Windows Explorer context menu, letting you select files to compare straight from their folder. Plus, as of today, it's free—ComparePSD is a free download, Windows only

2008

Featured Download: FilePhile Transfers Any Size File Between Any Two Systems

After registering at FilePhile's site with an email address and password, you grab and install a copy of the Java-based app, launch it, and add email addresses to your buddy list. Sending a file is a simple right-click on someone's name, but you can limit the bandwidth eaten up by FilePhile in its preferences. The transfers themselves are encrypted, and, as the site boasts, can be any size. That's about it, but that's probably all you need.

Freepath is a Free File Sharing and Presentation Solution

Windows only: Create and mix your own file and media playlists with Freepath. Users can create file playlists from a variety of sources: files from their own computers, video files found on YouTube, photos from Flickr, nearly anything you can drag and drop from the web or your own computer can be dumped into Freepath. Once the files are placed within a playlist, users can opt to keep the list as spartan or create a slideshow complete with transitions and extra effects. One of the more unique features of Freepath is that files remain editable once they are embedded into the playlist.

Compare and Delete Duplicate Images with DupliFinder

DupliFinder, a free Windows utility, compares digital photos by their name, size, and actual image information to find duplicates you can delete without worrying about."

"Better Rename" : freeware vista to XP___Selecting only the name of the file and leaving the extension alone.

Renaming: Microsoft got smart in Vista and changed the behavior when you hit F2 to rename a file, selecting only the name of the file and leaving the extension alone. For a very simple integration of this feature into XP, check out the Better Rename

2007

How to mount a Windows shared folder on your Mac

So you've made the switch to Mac, but kept your old PC, and now you've got both connected to your home router. How do you access your Windows files from OS X?