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A little over a year ago, Microsoft released Bing Desktop, and it does exactly what it implies: It runs alongside your desktop. What it brings to the average Windows user is really quite something, notably instant search access and Bing’s official daily wallpaper displayed on your desktop each day and other time-sensitive information. And now, 14 months since the original Bing Desktop was released, an updated version of the software has finally been developed. And those working on the latest version of Bing Desktop have added some infinitely useful features, such as Facebook integration, incline search and live weather and
Google’s new “Flags” feature may be one of the most interesting features to debut for Chrome in recent memory, but being able to access ‘flags’ with relative ease is one of its major drawbacks. The main reason, once you’re in Chrome’s flag menu, there’s no search tool. So trying to find that awesome flag you fell in love with last week may take a lot longer than expected. Instead of searching needlessly each time you want to access a flag, you can instead use the Service Pages extension to access flags in one click. Our guide will outline how to
Previously, we listed 8 of the very best PDF to JPEG resources from across the web, all of which make it easy for you to instantly convert PDF documents with ease. All of them were capable of delivering fast, high standard results, but not all reached the same levels of service and quality. We have selected Online Converter from amongst the 8 candidates as being the most efficient, and most flexible PDF converter. Online Converter is a completely free online image and document converter which converts from more than 120 formats. Unlike most other converters, Online Converter allows you to configure image quality,
Hello and welcome back to anther installment in our long-running series known as the Weekend Games Corner. We’ve picked out three solid apps for you to try over the weekend to entertain yourself. We’ve got something for Android, iOS and Flash. This way no one feels left out. That’s just better, wouldn’t you say? This week’s selection brings some more complex games. These are titles with a little more to offer, with more complexity than your average $1 play-and-forget app. They cost more, but you also get more. If that’s a trade-off you’re willing to make, read on for this
Google-users, you never know when you’ll need to access your Google bookmarks. Maybe you’re on a public computer that only has Firefox, or maybe you have to work in Firefox and really need your Google bookmarks a click away. Well, a simple download of the Fess Google Bookmark Extension can make this a reality. Getting what you need quicker is all about computer productivity, and this extension does exactly that. Our guide will outline how to use an extension for Firefox that syncs your Google bookmarks in Firefox – the Fess Google Bookmark Extension. Add the Fess Google Bookmark extension
PowerInbox has long been known as a fantastic way to interact with social networks from your email. But it can also makes emails from dozens of other widely used sites interactive in your inbox as well. Whether you want to read/post on Facebook activity directly from the email notification or if you want to see the entire graphic of a coupon in real-time, Flash and all, PowerInbox can make it happen. Simply put – it puts an end to never-ending tabs in your browser. Setting up PowerInbox To start using PowerInbox with your emails, you’ll need to integrate the software
Hello and welcome back to yet another entry in the Weekend Games Corner. We spent our week “working,” and by that we mean playing games for Android, iOS and Flash. We tried to find a few of the most fun available for every platform so that no matter what device you’re rocking, you’ve got something fun to play over the weekend. This week’s selection is all about offbeat games, titles that make their own way through life. Or whatever games do, considering they’re inanimate objects. You get the picture. They’re weird. Here’s what we picked this week. Hiversaires (Android) Concept:
Google Drive has been a boon to anyone who works remotely as we’ve discussed before, and now there are a slew of Google Drive extensions designed to improve your functionality and productivity beyond what Google Drive can already do for your work life. Whether you want to save files directly to Drive in one click or maybe you’d love to create a flowchart that your colleagues can view instantly, our guide will outline the 10 best extensions for Google Drive. Save to Google Drive Made by the developers of Google Drive so you know it’s good, “Save to Google Drive”
No longer are the days of clicking away from a website just because it’s in a language you don’t know. The need for an accurate translation addon that can be used instantly in a browser is something people have wanted for years, and hear this Firefox-users – you can’t get any better than Google Translator. This addon is the translator addon to have for any browser and this is especially the case for Firefox. A fantastic version of this extension has been made just for the latest version of Firefox. From offering 42 different languages to being able to right-click for
We’ve all done it. You mean to hop on Facebook for a minute, and the next thing you know it’s been an hour. And what sucks in people the most are opinions and links in the news feed. By using browser-based Facebook notifications, you can stay on track and still see all the important goings-on in Facebook. Our guide will outline how to view Facebook notifications in both Chrome and Firefox. Chrome-users: Install “Facebook Notifications” extension For Chrome-users, the extension to install is Facebook Notifications. This extension alerts you to Facebook notifications in the top right of your Chrome browser.
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