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My image – is a site that provides browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox and Safari that help you browse two very popular sites – YouTube and Amazon – in a clean, clutter-free interface. It eliminates everything that it considers unnecessary and helps you focus on the main item on the page. It doesn’t work like readability add-ons. Read more: Clutter Free YouTube & Amazon Browsing

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RubyMonk – ‘Ruby’ is a programming language that is vastly used these days. While there are numerous online sources for learning the language, one of the best ways to learn Ruby is through the highly helpful “RubyMonk” website. Instead of relying solely on tutorials, the site incorporates interactive exercises into its design. Read more: RubyMonk: Learn Ruby Programming Through Interactive Exercises


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Ginq – Sharing your opinions about the movies you have watched or want to watch is something movie fans are very keen on. What is required is a web service that keeps people in touch with upcoming movies and lets them share their comments and movie ratings with others. Here offering precisely that is a web service called Ginq. Read more: Ginq: Keep A Track Of Upcoming Movies You Want To Watch & Rate Them


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Crowdmug – Going to one of your favorite bars and finding the place grossly overcrowded is almost always a disappointment. To help you find out what a place looks like before visiting it is a service called Crowdmug, an iOS application that lets you request photos of the places you are going to visit. Read more: Crowdmug: Request Most Recent Photos & Videos Of Places You Want To Visit [iOS]


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ProCon Latte Content Filter – If you are worried about your child accessing adult content through your browser or porn popups appearing while normal browsing, then you need a tool that actively monitors your browsing and keeps porn-related pages from popping up. Here to offer you that service is a Firefox browser add-on called ProCon Latte Content Filter which searches for porn content. Read more: ProCon Latte Content Filter: An Add-On To Block Adults Websites [Firefox]


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  1. soup4pc
    March 4, 2012 at 9:38 pm

    how about getglue?? i think this is cool site to :D you can review movie,music, television and semi game inside to colect sticker

  2. Aibek
    January 13, 2012 at 11:40 am

    you're welcome

  3. steel sculpture
    January 13, 2012 at 11:14 am

    Great list! Can you please mention some tools for fragmentation of hard disk? Also mention any software that can help me to take a back up of my system free. Make sure they are secured and no one can jump in to see my private data. Thanks :)

    • Ralph Walton
      January 13, 2012 at 12:30 pm

      TuneupUtilities2012 has it all. I had many problems, but since buying this and exploring all the functions, my laptop is totally awesome for speed, performance etc. 100% Recommended. Best program I have used.
      Also, download windows Defender. Also 100%.
      Good Luck.

    • Jamie
      January 13, 2012 at 3:29 pm

      my buddy's step-aunt makes eighty dollars per hour on the internet. She has been without a job for seven months but last month her paycheck was $9066 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Read more on this site

      • Anonymous
        January 13, 2012 at 3:57 pm

        Flag Jamie as SPAM.

        • Aibek
          January 16, 2012 at 1:51 pm


    • Aibek
      January 16, 2012 at 1:52 pm

      You can find best software in each category on our Best Windows Software page,

      (includes disk derfag tools, backups software etc etc etc)

  4. Joel Lee
    January 13, 2012 at 5:55 am

    I've used ProCon Latte before and it's pretty good.

    Crowdmug sounds AWESOME but I have a feeling it won't meet expectations when it comes to execution. If anyone has used it before, I wouldn't mind hearing your thoughts.

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