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The Windows Vista start menu has definitely become quite useful, with the ability to search. Start++ pimps up the start menu and adds in some cool new features, which makes the start menu a one-stop place for finding weather updates, displaying your Google calendar agenda, viewing top stories in Digg and also the ability to [...]

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Google Chrome allows you to store username/password combinations for websites, but unlike Firefox there is no easy way to view the username/passwords that are store for a given website. ChromePass fills in the void by displaying the passwords stored by Google Chrome. For each password entry the origin URL, action URL, username, password and created [...]

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Wireless security if of utmost importance, and having a safe and secure WiFi connection for your router is of utmost importance, that said Wireless keys are never easy to remember and you may use your laptop in several secure locations which makes keeping track of the keys much more harder. WirelessKeyView is a useful utility [...]

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Have you ever wondered how many applications are connecting to the Internet from your PC? If you do, there is a windows command called netstat we had talked about sometime back. If you are not comfortable with using CLI, you can use the graphical interface provided by Moo0 Connection Watcher to monitor your network connections. [...]

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Just last week, we had introduced you to a better Windows clipboard manager which allowed you to store more than one entry in the clipboard. Though xNeat clipboard is quite good itself, Portable Visual Clipboard allows users to take carry their clipboard anywhere on a USB Drive.

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USB drives are probably the easiest and lightest way to move with your data from one place to another, but do allow the PCs you plug your drive into have good anti virus protection? Chances are that your tiny USB drive has become a haven for viruses and can infect any PC including your own. [...]

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Have you ever come across a important word document that cannot be opened, chances are that the word file in question is corrupted and needs to be repaired.

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Have you ever found the need to merge two PDF files into one, or for that matter split them into multiple ones? Adolix Split and Merge PDF Files allows you to split a single PDF files into multiple documents or merge multiple PDF files into a single one for free.

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There may be many times when you want to combine several audio or video files into a single file, the process is not easy and requires a special software to join the files. MediaJoin is a free software that will allow you to join all popular video and audio formats. MediaJoin supports several popular formats [...]

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Have you ever felt the need to copy multiple URLs in a single click? The usual way of copying one URL at a time can get quite tedious if you want to copy 5-10 URLs at a time. Well there is a extension to ease your problems which will allow you to copy several URLs [...]

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Gmail allows you to access your email from desktop based applications like Outlook and Thunderbird using IMAP and POP3 access, you can also use the Gmail system as a backup system by adding it as a drive in Windows. Managing contacts is a different thing, to manage your contacts you will have to physically login [...]

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We had done a post earlier about how to install themes in Google Chrome, but things change so soon and we already have a unofficial Google Theme manager called XChrome. XChrome takes the hard part out of installing themes.

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There are literally hundreds of services that allow you to monitor the website for uptime, but the common problem is that they are either too costly or the free ones do not run at regular intervals. Prior to few days ago we relied heavily on montastic and monit for monitoring our website for downtimes. The [...]

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There are hundreds of reasons why you may want to shut down a application after a certain time, for example if your ISP has a unlimited bandwidth window at certain hours, you schedule the downloads to happen at those times, if you want to kill the download application when your ISP lifts the unlimited bandwidth [...]

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The Windows Desktop is the most frequently visited place, and keeping it clean is really very important, since the more icons you add the more cluttered it gets. If you want a example of a really overwhelmed desktop, take a look at the picture below. Image Credit: Daily Blog Tips

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