Cool Websites and Tools [September 1st 2012]

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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.

My image   DropMyEmail - Have you ever encountered the problem of losing important emails and never having the option to recover them? Many times a person loses valuable emails in an accidental delete or if someone hacks the account. Even though most email services, like Hotmail, have their own “Restore deleted email messages” feature, at times they tend not to work properly. Read more: DropMyEmail: Easily Backup Your Email Account Online

My image   OpenUpper – Most power-users and savvy Internet surfers handle a bunch of tabs at the same time. However, while we can manage and take care of our browser tabs, there is still no quick way to open a list of your favorite websites from one page without using a plugin. Enter OpenUpper. This tool lets you generate and save a page of links that you can open all at once. Read more: OpenUpper: Generate A Page With Links List
 
My image   TabsPreview – All modern web browsers offer tabbed browsing. This helps you open multiple webpages without opening multiple browser windows. But sometimes when you have a lot of tabs opened, it becomes difficult to get to the one you want. Here to help solve this problem is a tool called TabsPreview. Read more: TabsPreview: Preview All Your Tabs Opened In Google Chrome
 
My image   TaskBadges – Are you still one of those old school people who prefer to keep track of their to-do lists in a text editor instead of one of the fancy time management apps? If so, you will absolutely love TaskBadges. It allows you to keep your simple text editor lists, but with a handy feature that you usually only get with an actual to-do application. Read more: TaskBadges: Add The Number Of Unfinished Tasks To A Text-Based To-Do List [Mac]
 
My image   Login Helper – This is a really nifty app that helps makes the Windows login experience much more pleasant. It simplifies setting up the auto-login process through one handy little application. You can use it to enable automatic login and automatic lock, as well as fine tune the settings for these Windows features to make them work exactly how you need them to. Read more: Login Helper: Make Windows Auto-Login & Auto-Lock Feature Easy To Use

 

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April Eum

tabspreview is a really helpful one! i do have many tabs open :)

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rama moorthy

Thank you MUO !

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GrrGrrr

OpenUpper is something similar I was looking for.

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rama moorthy

tweeting the same thing again and again ..!

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Boyd Yocum

I just downloaded Tabs Preview for chrome, I like the idea however the tabs don’t show the preview just says preview not available. It might need some more time but refresh didn’t work either

Boyd Yocum

After uninstalling and re installing works fine now, will keep you posted about reliability

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