Cool Websites and Tools [November 1st 2012]

muo   Cool Websites and Tools [November 1st 2012]Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. Most of the listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. If you want to have similar cool website round-ups delivered to your daily email, subscribe here.

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 1st 2012]


Termsfeed – If your website offers any type of subscription-related material to visitors or any service that requires payment and submission of their data, then your site must have a privacy policy and terms of service policy clearly detailed. While typing up such policies from scratch can be a very time consuming task, you can use a tool called TermsFeed instead. Read more: Termsfeed : Generate Terms Of Service Policy & Privacy Policy For Your Website

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Utopia Docs – If you read a lot of static scientific documents in PDF format, Utopia Docs is the perfect PDF reader for you. It is a PDF reader that connects the static content of scientific articles to the dynamic world of online content. It keeps information current and makes standard PDF documents come alive in a way that most other PDF readers could not possibly dream of. Read more: Utopia Docs: PDF Reader That Connects Scientific Articles To Online Content


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 1st 2012]


RecImg – Windows 8 comes with a bunch of new features to offer its users. One of the most prominent new features is Refresh. Refresh lets you reinstall Windows 8 while keeping your files and Windows 8 apps intact. Any third party applications, however, are uninstalled. Here to build upon Refresh and keep your third party apps intact as well, is a tool called RecImg. Read more: RecImg: Reinstall Windows 8 With Your Files & Installed Programs Intact


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 1st 2012]


Plag Tracker – is a web tool designed to help people run plagiarism checks on their academic papers and other types of texts. While it may not be the first such web service, PlagTracker is convenient to use with its quick and simple checking process, comprising three steps. To begin with, users are required to upload the document they want to run the plagiarism check on. Read more: PlagTracker: A Fast And Easy Way To Run Plagiarism Checks On Your Academic Papers


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Adjust Your Privacy – If you are a Facebook user, there is a good chance that you have struggled with the online social network’s privacy settings. Sometimes it is difficult to even find a link to the privacy settings page. Here to help find those links is a site called Adjust Your Privacy. Read more: Adjust Your Privacy: Get Direct Links To Privacy Settings Of Popular Social Networks


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Umair Adil

These are good informative websites. Can we also add product review websites to Makeuseof?

Aibek Esengulov

Amazon is pretty good site for product reviews. can you recommend any other?

Boni Oloff

Yeah, Many user in amazon make a good review about the products they bought.

Tarek Ramadan


Justine Muller

Good list… I appreciate the link for Termsfeed, reminded me to update the privacy policy on the domain I acquired recently! And the last link Adjust your privacy I have bookmarked for later :)

Saikat Basu

Thanks for the feedback Justine.

susendeep dutta

Adjust Your Privacy and RecImg are good.They are very useful.

Lisa Santika Onggrid

Before anyone use it, I’d give a warning: Plagtracker, and any similar websites, are storing informations of submitted papers. Therefore, when you’re using it, whatever you check will be in their database. This creates all sort of problem later. Some students in our online course check their peers’ essay with this, and without necessary knowledge to interpret the results, accusing each other for plagiarism, while in fact it might be because the writers were using the service to check their essays before submission. So they were accused of plagiarizing their own selves! Or false positives that occur when the writers post their essays on their blogs. They were accused of plagiarizing their own blogs. Great. Several other students also think this is a privacy violation because they don’t ask for the writers’ consent to store their essays. You can also fool these online plagiarism checker by shuffling words around, using thesaurus to change synonyms, resulting in unreadable, nonsensical passages that will pass as ‘original work’.

Adrian Rea

Thanks for the thought, Lisa

Aibek Esengulov

thanks for the input

Efi Dreyshner

Utopia Docs is great!
Thanks (:

Nikhil Chandak

Utopia Docs & Adjust Your Privacy are amazing sites
thanks for the websites & information about them


like the termfeed…TY for these…love them everyday!!! Me luv them longtime…


Plag Tracker seems usefull.Maybe I’ll use it one day