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My image Startup List – Does your Windows computer take a very long time to boot? Sometimes, this is caused by bloatware applications that you do not really want running on your system. You can solve this problem by just identifying and disabling these unwanted programs from your startup list. Read more: StartupList: Identify Bloatware Applications

My image Doomi – The Internet has countless web apps available if you are looking for an app to manage your to-do list. But if you are looking for a simple and user friendly desktop app that can manage your task lists, then Doomi is the perfect choice. Doomi is a free desktop application based on Adobe AIR. Its download size is nearly 430KB and is based on AIR. Read more: Doomi: A Simple To-Do List Management Software
My image Beluga -is the newest addition in the league of apps for iPhone and Android that focuses on group messaging and communication. The app facilitates private group chat and sharing through pods – a private group of people you’ve created. You can send status updates to your pod members, share photos with them, share your location.
My image uWall – YouTube has a large collection of music videos but its search feature leaves a lot to be desired. If you want to search YouTube videos through a better interface, head on over to a site called uWall. uWall is a free to use website that lets you search music-related videos on YouTube. You can use a keyword-based search to enter an artist’s or song’s name. Read more: Uwall: Search & View Music Videos On YouTube In A Newer, Better Way
My image Map Your Voice – Are you curious about English accents? Would you like to know what a person in Scotland sounds like? If yes then you need to pay a visit to Map Your Voice, a simple web app that lets people listen to various English accents from around the world. A Google map is your navigational tool. Read more: Map Your Voice: Listen To Various English Accents From Across The World

 

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