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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option). No trials or buy-to-use craplets. For more cool websites and web app reviews subscribe to MakeUseOf Directory.

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3D-Text-Maker – is a free 3d text creator that generates a customized animated 3D text banner. This very easy-to-use app spares you the trouble of having to learn complicated software just to create a banner. Read more: 3D-Text-Maker: Free 3D Text Creator.

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Kideos – While the internet has brought us unimpeded access to various forms of media, it doesn’t necessarily follow that all of its contents are suitable for all users, especially for children. There are only a few websites that can be used exclusively by kids. One example is Kideos. Read more: Kideos: Aggregates Kid Friendly Web Videos.

 

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WhatDoYouSuggest – We often hear about topics that we don’t know anything about or don’t know how to explore them on the internet. WhatDoYouSuggest is an tool that helps you in such cases. It is a mashup tool based on user data from Google and let you explore any topic step-by-step. Read more: WhatDoYouSuggest: Explore Topics Based On Internet User Trends.

 

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Desktopify – Wouldn’t it be cool if you could bring your web widgets onto your desktop where it is more convenient? Check out Desktopify, a free web service that lets you make a desktop widget from any web widget. This tool can also transform a mobile version of a website into a desktop widget. Read more: Desktopify: Make Desktop Widgets from Web Widgets.

 

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[NO LONGER WORKS] FeelHome – Ever get to work and realize a file you needed is still on your desktop at home? You could set up a home server, complete with FTP, port forwarding and a static IP. Or if you don’t have enough free time to handle all that, you could simply install FeelHome. Read more: FeelHome: Access Your Computer From Anywhere Free.

 

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  1. Piyush
    September 14, 2013 at 6:53 am

    Use "power iso" for creating bootable usb drive with the iso file you have .. It won't work until you creat a bootable usb ..

  2. Jerry
    April 5, 2010 at 4:40 pm

    Kideos is great for the kids. Safe and plenty of great videos. Love their iPhone app too.

  3. Bob
    April 5, 2010 at 9:36 pm

    I still think http://www.fivetracks.com/ is the coolest....

  4. Bob
    April 5, 2010 at 11:36 am

    I still think http://www.fivetracks.com/ is the coolest....

  5. Web 2.0
    April 5, 2010 at 7:21 am

    Well I really recommend FeelHome, its perfect if you have 2 computers like me one desktop @ home and one notebook @ office! Thanks for sharing :)

  6. Liz
    April 4, 2010 at 9:40 pm

    FeelHome sounds really cool! Just checked it out. I've encountered many situations where I wish I could access a file from home but I was at the office. FeelHome is exactly what I need.

    I also want to mention two cool tools that are free.
    1) Billing Boss - a free online invoicing tool that currently allows users to create unlimited invoices for unlimited customers. My life has simplified greatly because of this tool, and I'm now able to diligently keep track of who owes me money and who has paid up. I also use their option to collect payment immediately when I send my customers the invoice. I get paid faster now. (http://www.billingboss.com)
    2) ClickTale - a heatmap and mouse movement tracking tool which is a visual analytics tool for my website. It tells me where my customers are focused on when they go to my website, and I'm able to identify wasted space. (www.clicktale.com)

    And one more - Google Docs. Everyone knows about it, but I have to say that I love using it. It's so easy to share files and collaborate with my staff. (I run a jewelry design business, and am a contractor for Sage Software.)

    Please note: This author has been compensated by Sage.

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