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Visited Options

Visited links are by default displayed in a different color to distinguish them from the unvisited ones so that you know if the links have been clicked the moment you see them. The problem arises when there are sites that change the colors that makes it hard to differentiate between visited and unvisited links, which leads you to accidentally open the pages that you’ve visited. If this happens more than often to you, then you may be interested in using this Firefox add-on called as Visited. [click to continue…]

Free PDF Compressor

If you want to make a PDF file smaller before you share it online, try Free PDF Compressor for Windows. All you’ve got to do to get a smaller size is just pressing the Compress button after you choose a compression profile.

There are five profiles available, each comes with information about what it can do for you. Screen profile, for instance, is optimized for on-screen reading purpose by offering the lowest image resolution, which is 72 dpi. [click to continue…]

Hotkey Configuration

Saving images is easy but it can become a little tedious when you need to save a lot of images in one session, especially if the images need to be saved into different folders. In the past we had mentioned a very useful extension called as Context Menu Image Saver, but this only works in Firefox. Here is an alternative that has been tested and worked for Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, Avant, RockMeIt, K-Meleon and Comodo Dragon browsers. [click to continue…]

Add Watermark

If you often take screenshots and usually watermark them before uploading, you may want to consider using a program that can watermark your screenshots automatically after capture to save time. I’ve tried Screenshot Captor, PicPick, Greenshot, HotShots, SnapDraw, Skitch, ScreenSnag, but only ShareX that offers the auto watermark capability. [click to continue…]

Perfect Effects 8 Premium

Perfect Effects 8, developed by onOne Software, is a photo editing suite offering customizable presets and filters to get the best from your photos in just a few clicks. There are hundreds of presets available that should cover most of your needs, and you can create your own preset if none of them meets your desire. It can be used as a standalone application and as a companion to Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Adobe Lightroom, and Apple Aperture.

Currently the developer is running a giveaway event that lets you grab its license for free, which is normally priced at $99.95 per license. If you’re willing to subscribe to their newsletter, the license is yours. [click to continue…]


I had posted many months ago a Chrome extension that prevent tabs from loading when Chrome is launched, The Great Suspender. Here is another option. Use OneTab.

The main purpose of OneTab isn’t actually to make the browser stops loading all the tabs at start, but to get rid of tab clutter by converting your tabs into one list. However, because of how it works, one can also use it for the prevention purpose. [click to continue…]

You open your Internet Explorer (IE) browser and find that its default search engine and homepage has changed, and a toolbar that you absolutely never intentionally install has made its way into the browser. What is it? How does it happen? How do I uninstall it? Does it also happen to my other browsers? Auslogics Browser Manager cannot answer all these questions, but it provides an easier way to fix the problems. [click to continue…]