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My image   Any Uninstaller – Whenever you uninstall a program from your Windows machine using Windows’ default uninstaller, it doesn’t completely remove all the associated files of the program. As these files add up in your registry it makes your computer ran slower and slower after each uninstalled program. Check out Any Uninstaller. Read more: Any Uninstaller: Completely Uninstalls Windows Programs Including Their Registry Entries, Folders & Shortcuts

My image   Nexos for Chrome – Do you have a lot of extensions and apps installed in Chrome? How about years of bookmarks imported from past browsers that are in dire need of sorting out? Well Nexos is an app designed with you in mind, and claims it provides an easy offline method of organising everything from the one app. Read more: Nexos for Chrome: An Offline Extension For Organising Bookmarks, Apps & Extensions
My image   Img2tab – If you tend to mindlessly scroll through an image-sharing site, merely looking at memes and ignoring actual, informative articles, you probably realize how repetitive opening these images can be. In fact, that goes double if you don’t use the Reddit Enhancement Suite. However, the Chrome extension Img2tab is a unique tool that automatically opens all page images. Read more: Img2tab: Open All Images On A Page In A New Tabbed Window (Chrome)
My image   My Study Life – is an online planner for students, teachers and lecturers designed to make the process of education easier for everyone involved. It stores everything related to studies in the cloud and makes it available from anywhere. To start using it, add the extension to your Chrome browser and launch the app. Read more: My Study Life: Online Study Planner For Students & Teachers
My image   Skillpop – When recruiters filter resumes from a huge pile, they search the text contained in resumes for some keywords that are relevant to their particular industry. Here to help you ensure your resume includes those keywords is a website called SkillPop, an excellent web service that assists people in the creation of their resumes.


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