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|Disk Falcon – If you have just started using Windows 8, then there might be a bunch of unfamiliar new files taking up significant space on your hard drive. If you would like to find out which files are taking up the most space, you can make use of a handy utility called Disk Falcon, a free to use desktop utility for Windows 8 computers. Read more: Disk Falcon: Visualize The Space On Your Windows 8 Hard Drive Through a Pie Chart|
|Clone Scripts – User-friendly web service that provides you with scripts that can clone many popular websites. When you visit the visit, you can find multiple clone scripts for many popular websites. These websites include Pinterest, AdSense, Freelancer, Twitter, Elance, Amazon, Answers, and many more. The scripts you see have all detailed information listed including the site language, whether or not the script is free, developer, and description. Read more: Clone Scripts: Get Clone Scripts For Many Popular Websites|
|TechFileFormat – While using your computer, you will come across file extensions of various formats. Normally, if you know what the extension stands for, you can figure out what the file is for. If you want to be able to quickly tell what a file extension means, you should check out a website called TechFileFormat. Read more: TechFileFormat: Learn What File Format Extensions Stand For|
|FaceDropt – Today’s smartphones come equipped with good digital cameras that people use to take pictures on special occasions. Normally people upload these pictures to Facebook after selecting them one by one. But an easier way is presented by a tool called FaceDropt, When the app is installed, it lets you connect to your Facebook account and pick an album for uploading. Read more: FaceDropt: An Easy Way to Automatically Upload Images to Facebook [Android 2.2+]|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] SeenBefore – Have you ever tried to find a page or an article that you were reading online earlier? You would normally Google a word or phrase you remember from the article. But that generates a lot of results and makes it difficult to find the page you are looking for. Here to make things easier is a new searching tool called SeenBefore. Read more: SeenBefore: Search The Web Based On Websites You Have Visited [Chrome]|
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