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My image   SVP Tube – You will find that video sites either use a Flash video player or their own built-in video player to let you stream videos. But have a bunch of such videos open and your browser slows down and starts to take quite a bit of memory. Here to help solve the problem by letting you use your favorite desktop player is SVP Tube. Read more: SVP Tube: Stream YouTube Videos Using Your Favorite Desktop Video Player

My image   TasksNToDo – To-do lists help you keep a track of your chores and tasks. Keeping such lists with you ensures that you do not forget your jobs. Here to help you do that is a tool called Tasks N Todo. The application lets you maintain a tasks list with jobs sorted into different categories. Using the app, you can add tasks and set due dates for tasks. Read more: Tasks N ToDo: Manage Your Tasks On Your Phone & Sync With Google Tasks [Android]
My image   WindowPad – When you are working with a lot of open application windows, you can make the most of your screen space by aligning windows to each side of your computer screen. But resizing the windows with your mouse can take quite a bit of time. Here to save that time is an app called WindowPad. Read more: WindowPad: Align Open Windows To The Side Of Your Screen Through Hotkey Shortcuts
My image   CamOnDuty – Your webcam can record and transmit video feeds even when you are not at your house. You can use this action of an IP camera to make a simple video surveillance system for your home or office. Here to help you do this using an IP camera and your iPhone is a service called Cam on Duty, a web service that lets you convert a supported IP camera into a surveillance tool.
My image   Kill Keys – Have you ever been in an intense moment in a computer game, and just as things are hitting their peak, you hit the Windows key and minimize the game? This has happened to me before, and if you play a lot of games, I am quite sure you have experienced the pain of this occurring as well. Well if you are looking for an easy to use solution, check out Kill Keys. Read more: Kill Keys: Disable Certain Keys On Your Keyboard To Prevent Accidentally Pressing Them


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  1. Stephanie w
    October 26, 2012 at 4:03 am

    Kill keys is useful. I might use it for killing Caps Lock while writing assignments. :)

  2. Edwin Williams
    October 14, 2012 at 8:10 pm

    CamOnDuty sounds pretty cool! I might have to try sometime to see what my roommates are up to!

  3. Mathew Mayne
    October 14, 2012 at 7:27 pm

    SVP Tube is great, thank you for recommending it.

  4. Grr
    October 14, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    WindowPad impressed me.

  5. Mark Alsisto
    October 14, 2012 at 1:25 pm

    definately "kill" those "keys"

  6. Hiren Patel
    October 14, 2012 at 7:54 am

    Yes yes " Kill Keys" is definitely useful for me :D

  7. Drew Butler
    October 14, 2012 at 6:43 am

    windowpad ftw. thanks a bunch! :)

  8. Raj Sarkar
    October 14, 2012 at 6:34 am

    I'll try Kill Keys. :D

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