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My image FactoryReset – Your TV, GPS or router is acting strangely, and everything you have tried is getting you nowhere. It looks like it might be time to start all over and give it the factory reset. The problem is, every device has their own way of resetting and figuring the method out can be challenging. That is where FactoryReset comes in. Read more: FactoryReset: Learn How To Restore Many Devices To Factory Settings

My image Dreamdoze – Many people believe that our dreams contain clues to what lies ahead for us. In case a dream is a disturbing one, people want to find out what its hidden meaning is so they can be better prepared for upcoming problems. Here to help people have their dreams interpreted is a website called Dreamdoze. Read more: Dreamdoze: Share Your Dreams With Others & Have Them Interpreted For You
My image Movie Blogbuster – People who enjoy watching movies always appreciate movie news and reviews. Knowing about the upcoming projects of your favorite Hollywood people and reading about what the best recent movies are can be a huge help. A site that provides you with this information is “Movie Blogbuster.”. Read more: Movie Blogbuster: A Perfect Movie News & Reviews
My image Google Mail Multi-Account Checker – Almost everyone I know has at least one Gmail account, and many people have multiple accounts. If you fall under the latter, and are sick of having to log into your Gmail multiple times to check each one, than you should check out Google Mail Multi-Account Checker. It is one of the smoothest ways to check your Gmail if you have many accounts. Read more: Google Mail Multi-Account Checker: Keep Tabs On All Of Your Gmail Inboxes
My image [NO LONGER WORKS] Bzeek – The Internet should be free for all to use. Free Wi-Fi access points help this purpose to a great degree but the number of such points is less than what it is supposed to be. Here to help increase this number is a desktop app called Bzeek, a free to use desktop client for Windows XP, Vista, and 7 users.


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  1. Slartibartfarst
    April 9, 2012 at 7:37 am

    Bzeek appears to be a phishing site - it expects you to provide your email account name and password.
    You guys can do better than that, surely?

  2. Elliott Designer
    April 8, 2012 at 8:47 am

    Nice bunch of web apps thanks.

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