Welcome to Pureinfotech: Tech Recap edition. Each weekend I will bring you a compilation of articles of the week, including how-to guides, features, tech news, and more. This is simply a list with a brief description of pieces you might have missed or you might just want to read again. I also want to take the opportunity to welcome to all the new subscribers this week. I hope you enjoy the articles:

Adobe Photoshop Express app for Windows 8/RT released in the Store: Get a first look of the photo editing app and check out a nifty trick to take advantage of the premium features for free. How to view Google WebP images in Windows: WebP is a new image file compression technology developed by Google that you will start seeing on the web, but because it isn’t everywhere you’ll need to install a codec to view them in your system. How to download the Windows 8 ISO again after upgrading your system: Worried that you need to reinstall Windows 8, but you don’t have the DVD? Here is how to get Windows 8 upgrade one more time. Google I/O 2013: All the highlights and full video stream keynote Free Windows 8.1 update for those already using the OS, Microsoft says Bill Gates in 60 Minutes: Steve Jobs put the pieces together (Video) Google unifies Gmail, Drive and Google+ Photos into a single 15GB storage pool The spacious, orange inspiring Firefox London’s workspace Desktop Fun: Delectable Designs theme for Windows


Below are also a few extra stories that I think were interesting but didn’t make it to the site. I didn’t want you to miss them, so I made a list here with a brief description and a link to the source (Disclaimer: I don’t work for any these companies, neither I am getting any money for sharing the links below). Google announced “Save to Drive” a new button that websites owners can add to their sites and allows to save a particular page or file to Google Drive directly: An easier way to save files to Google Next time you are searching for an image in Google, do a search for “Atari Breakout”, Google has a new Easter Egg for you: Google Easter egg lets you play Breakout with pictures of Breakout Still can get used to the Start screen in Windows 8? Then you should try Start Menu Reviver, is a new application that adds a new touch-friendly menu to the desktop, and it’s free: Start Menu Reviver brings a free, touch-friendly Menu to Windows 8 An internal Microsoft parody video warning users about Chrome tracking every move you make in the browser emerged into the web: Microsoft launches Xbox Wire, a new site inside Xbox.com to keep everyone updated with Xbox news: Xboxwire.com All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.