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Created by Particle, this restartless Firefox add-on is truly a gem. Check out most of the features below. [click to continue…]

Check What Takes Up Hard Drive Space in Windows 10 With Storage Sense thumbnail

Feeling curious as to which files taking up space on your hard drive? Windows 10 has a built-in tool for this, so you might want to try it out first before considering using a third-party app. [click to continue…]

How to Auto Close & Store Unused Tabs Until You Need Them in Firefox thumbnail

How many tabs that you open when browsing the web? 50, 80, or even 100 tabs? And how many of those tabs that you actually use? Dustman gives you an option to automatically close and store unused tabs after a period of time so that you can keep only what you really need without completely losing other tabs. [click to continue…]

This is A Firefox Vertical Tabs Tree Optimized for Wide-Screen Displays thumbnail

Tabs Tree moves your tabs to Firefox left sidebar, offering a quick tree-style navigation for your everyday browsing. Any new tab that you open from another tab, let’s say tab X, appears below the tab X. The tab search at the top of the tab bar can help you find tabs when you open too many to be handled on your own. The min-max-close buttons which usually reside next to the tabs are moved to the navigation bar. [click to continue…]

Add Tabs to File Explorer in Windows 10 thumbnail

If you want to browse your files in tabs but reluctant to use a third-party app such as Q-Dir, you can add multi-row tabs to File Explorer in Windows 10 with the help of QTTabbar. [click to continue…]

If you don’t have time to fire up your beloved screen capture tool, or if you just want to grab a screenshot of your entire screen as quick as possible, Windows 10 has a built-in hotkey combination to take and save screenshot instantly. If you have used Windows 8 before, you may already know this shortcut because it has been around ever since, but probably not for those who just recently upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10. [click to continue…]

Stop Start Menu from Displaying Your Photo Collection thumbnail

It’s called Live Tile. This feature enables certain apps such as Photos automatically displays the content in slideshow in Windows start menu. Windows 8.1 users should already familiar with this, but for others this might come as a big surprise. See what happened to reddit user FalloutBoS who just upgraded to Windows 10, for example. [click to continue…]