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Photopad Photo Editor – When it comes to applications that can edit your digital images, the best ones usually come with a price tag attached and are consume a lot of your system’s resources. An exception to this rule is the desktop app for Windows entitled PhotoPad Photo Editor, a free desktop application for Windows computers. Read more: PhotoPad Photo Editor: A Comprehensive Photo Editing Freeware

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Kill Evil – Sometimes, JavaScript can be downright annoying. There are plenty of occasions where it is helpful, and it makes websites do some cool things, but more often than not, it does something that you do not want it to do. Kill Evil is designed to allow you to kill all the big bad JavaScripts that are screwing with your web browsing enjoyment. Read more: Kill Evil: Get Rid of Annoying Javascripts That Are Ruining Your Web Experience [Chrome]

 

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YouTube Videos Near Me – Whether you want to be informed or entertained, YouTube has videos that will give you what you need. One of the coolest features of YouTube is ability to tag a video with your location. YouTube Videos Near Me is a service that takes advantage of this feature by showing you videos in your area, or any area you choose using Google Maps. Read more: YouTube Videos Near Me: Find Videos Made Near Any Location

 

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Create Disk Image From Files – While using services like Google Drive or Dropbox, you can get an offline folder installed on your computer that you can copy files to. These copied files are then automatically uploaded to your Drive or Dropbox account. Windows users usually use an encryption app before uploading files for added security. Now Mac users have a similar option with “Create Disk Image From Files”. Read more: Create Disk Image From Files: Create Encrypted Images Of Files & Place In Pre-Defined Folders

 

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Fast eBay Search – If you are a regular eBay user, then you already know that certain items being sold at one eBay site might be on auction for a lower price at another international eBay website. Here to offer you the ability of quickly jumping from one international eBay store to another to search, is a Chrome extension called Fast eBay Search. Read more: Fast eBay Search: Quickly Search International eBay Stores [Chrome]

 

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  1. arora_rish
    September 28, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    I'm working on a website. Will definitely contact you guys as soon as I make it live. Do I need to pay to get my website listed here or something?

  2. Paul-G
    August 13, 2012 at 10:22 am

    Am I the only one?

    As a reasonably heavy eBay user, this looked interesting.

    Fast eBay Search – If you are a regular eBay user, then you already know that certain items being sold at one eBay site might be on auction for a lower price at another international eBay website. Here to offer you the ability of quickly jumping from one international eBay store to another to search, is a Chrome extension called Fast eBay Search. Read more: Fast eBay Search: Quickly Search International eBay Stores [Chrome]

    Unfortunately I do not use Chrome.

    Having read ALL of the above only to find that the LAST word told me that it was of no use to me, I am repeating a request posted a few times before. PLEASE put the relevant platform in the title, NOT at the end. It is extremely annoying. The following would be so much better.

    Fast eBay Search [Chrome] – If you are a regular eBay user.....

    What do you think?

    • madeuseof
      August 14, 2012 at 12:45 am

      I think you should install Chrome first!

    • Saikat Basu
      August 14, 2012 at 7:50 am

      Here in this case, if you had come down a few lines , it is mentioned clearly that is for Chrome. Also, the title includes Chrome in brackets.

      • Aibek Esengulov
        August 15, 2012 at 1:48 pm

        I second that!

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