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My image Ultratorrent – There are several reasons why people love torrents. They are very fast, flexible in the many ways you can download torrents, and mostly free. On the flip side, the biggest annoyance with torrent clients is how you have to go to different sites to download the torrent file that you need since there is no built-in search. Enter Ultratorrent, a torrent program that integrates a search engine within its interface to show the best torrents available online.

My image PDFaid – If you need to work with PDF files but do not have the privileges to install your favorite PDF application, the internet is where you look for help. There are web apps for everything, including creating and modifying PDF files. PDFaid is a website that lets you do both of these things. Read more: PDFaid: Create, Convert & Modify PDF Files Online
My image – Muslims have to pray facing the Holy Site located in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. This direction is called the Qibla and is not always easy to figure out. One tool that can be used to quickly determine where is the Qibla is the site, a free to use website that will be highly useful for Muslims. Read more: Quickly Determine Where The Qibla Is
My image LockItTight – is a free web service that can serve as a sort of insurance for your laptop. This tool can help you recover your laptop if you ever lose it, by constantly keeping track of its location. It can also do screen and even webcam captures, which will give you or the authorities an idea of where your laptop is. Read more: LockitTight: Helps to Locate Your Stolen Laptop
My image WhatColor – Hex color charts on the web are sometimes too small for the eyes so you cannot see the colors properly. One way to test them out is by using Whatcolor, a web utility that displays the color of a certain hex code in your browser by just inputting the code in the address bar. The site will then display a webpage that consists only of the color code(s) that you have entered. Read more: WhatColor: Convert Hex Numbers To HTML Colors


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  1. GrammarNazi
    November 22, 2010 at 1:39 pm

    There ARE indeed "several reasons why people LOVES torrents." That's the only thing I noticed.

    -The Grammar Nazi

    • Aibek
      November 27, 2010 at 11:39 am

      thanks for heads up! :-)

  2. GrammarNazi
    November 22, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    There ARE indeed "several reasons why people LOVES torrents." That's the only thing I noticed.

    -The Grammar Nazi

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