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Peek Through For Windows – Stable multi-tasking is one of the benefits of modern operating systems like Windows, but there’s no question that doing too many things at once is bound to leave you with a cluttered desktop. Transparency helps, and there are apps to make Windows transparent but this can often make things even more confusing. Enter Peek Through. Read more: Peek Through For Windows: Enable Transparency With A Hotkey & Select Background Items

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Mouse Hunter – If you have a large monitor or even a dual-display set up, then you probably have lots of windows open at one time. Managing them all can be a pain, and constantly switching the window that is in focus can be a tremendous waste of time. With Mouse Hunter, that issue is solved. Read more: Mouse Hunter: Scroll Inside Inactive Windows On Your Computer [Windows]


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Vimium – Are you looking for a Chrome extension that makes browsing the web a faster, more efficient process? The fact is, we’ve all grown accustomed to using our mouse and keyboard in combination with each other, but taking your hands off the keyboard to reach for the mouse can actually slow you down. That’s where Vimium comes into play. Read more: Vimium: Control Your Browser Entirely With Your Keyboard


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Writeapp – There are a lot of professionals whose jobs require them to write via typing. The best way to write is to do so in a distraction-free environment. While there are desktop apps that offer you a distraction-free writing environment, you should go with a web app that attempts to do the same. Here to be that web app is the website called Writeapp. Read more: Writeapp: A Web App That Focuses On Distraction-Free Writing


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Orasis – There are a few people who master the art of photography. Unfortunately, most of us are not able to learn these things. There are a number of desktop applications, but it would be far more convenient to correct images on the same device you use to take the pictures with. Here to help you do this is Orasis. Read more: Orasis: Autofix Your Digital Photos [iOS]


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  1. Chris Marcoe
    April 8, 2013 at 5:31 am

    Lots of good info here. I'll be looking into Mouse Hunter and Orasis for sure.

    • Aibek Esengulov
      April 9, 2013 at 8:55 am

      lets us know your thoughts once you have checked them out

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