Have you ever wondered how malware, spyware, scareware, crapware, or other undesirable software might get on a computer? First we’ll illustrate how easily your system can be infected, and then we’ll show you how to clean it up.
Looking for an easy way to monitor your computer’s system resource usage? Now you can with the highly customizable Moo0 System Monitor.
Frustrated and missing the Close Button on the last open tab in the newer releases of Firefox? Now you can have that wonderful Close Button back with the Last Tab Close Button extension.
In the middle of browsing on the Internet and suddenly find a photo that you would love to add to your Picasa Web Albums? Now you can do so easily and quickly with the AddToPicasa extension for Firefox.
Wishing that there was an easier way than using Notepad as a “middleman” to remove formatting from text that you are copying and pasting? With PureText you can easily remove that formatting with a simple Windows hot-key combination.
Needing or wanting to use Incognito Mode every time you browse the internet, but tired of always having to manually switch over? Now you can start in Incognito Mode automatically every time you open your browser.
Looking for a good multi-protocol instant messenger that is light on system resources and very customizable? With Miranda Instant Messenger you can enjoy instant messenger goodness in a small package.
Frustrated with having to paste links into other browsers to view a webpage? Now you can open those webpages in a browser of your choice with a simple click or right click.
Looking for an easy way to start and stop Private Browsing Mode in Firefox? With Toggle Private Browsing, you can switch back and forth with a single toolbar button.
Ever find yourself needing a quick unit conversion and wishing for an easy access solution? Now you can have unit conversion goodness on your home computer and as a portable app with Convert for Windows.
Love all that Google goodness, but do not want multiple home pages on start up or having to depend on multiple bookmarks to access your favorite services? Now you can have easy access to all that Google goodness with GButts.
Been hearing about the freshly redesigned (and customizable) new-tab interface in Google Chrome? Now you too can start enjoying all that redesigned new-tab goodness with a simple tweak.
Need a quick and easy way to make a website’s domain name stand out to help avoid spoofing attempts? Now you can with Locationbar2 for Firefox.
Prefer to have a single program that can backup your profile and settings for multiple types of browsers instead of using many different programs? Now you can simplify the backup and restore process with FavBackup.
Frustrated with Windows Explorer’s lack of features or layout? Wanting to avoid installing numerous addons just to get what you need? Then CubicExplorer is just what you are looking for all wrapped into a single package.
Thinking of how nice it would be if you could view a webpage’s source code in your favorite text editor while browsing with Firefox? Now you can with two simple about:config tweaks.
Curious about a new distribution of Linux but not wanting to do a full install or use a Live CD/DVD just to try it out? Now you can enjoy all that Linux goodness by running it “Live CD” style inside of VirtualBox.
Run across an unusual word or need a synonym for a word quickly? Usually that means opening a browser and doing the appropriate search. Now you can have all that word power goodness at your fingertips with WordWeb.