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My image Total PDF Converter – The Internet offers many options when you need to convert a file format to a PDF file but for the reverse, the options are not as many. The options reduce even further when you want specific control such as selectively extracting pages from a PDF document and converting them into another file format. Thankfully here to offer those features is a desktop app called Total PDF Converter. Read more: Total PDF Converter: Convert PDF Documents Into Numerous Other File Formats (Free Licenses)

My image Enhanced History – If you like shuffling through your browsing history, you’d be surprised just how stale Google Chrome’s history page looks. Sure, you can search through your history and view the listed websites sorted by date, but it is not enough to call it a polished feature of an otherwise awesome browser. Fortunately, there is an extension for it. Read more: Enhanced History: A Better History Page For Google Chrome
My image TwitDrip – There’s no dearth of tweet scheduling services but what most of them have is a limitation on the number of tweets that can be scheduled in advance if you are not paying them. TwitDrip is a new Twitter scheduling service that differentiates itself by allowing unlimited tweet scheduling for free. Read more: TwitDrip: Automatically Post Tweets At Regular Intervals To Your Twitter Timeline
My image [NO LONGER WORKS] Weatherage – If you hate the boring weather charts that every weather website shows, you’ll find Weatherage a fresh change. Weatherage displays weather in a really simple way accompanied by a geeky pen sketch that wears an expression most relevant to the current weather. It automatically detects your location and display weather for that location.
My image Mail Diary – A lot of us want to keep a diary or a blog, but other important things in life don’t let us remember that every day. MailDiary is a service that will send you an email every day to remind you to write your diary. What’s even better is that you can simply reply to that email to post a new diary in your entry. Read more: MailDiary: Respond To Daily Reminders To Post In Your Diary

 

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  1. Leonard
    May 10, 2012 at 4:05 am

    While TK supports , I haven't found a quick user-friendly way to aaitvcte it. After quick googling, I found a , it seems that themeing has to be included in the program, none explain how a user can enable themes at runtime (These posts found through a recent Hacker News .)

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