Have a great setup for your Firefox browser or other Mozilla Code-Based software and need to back it up? Now you can do so quickly and easily with MozBackup.
Have a wonderful app that you use often every day but it does not have a “Minimize to System Tray” option? Now you can get that app minimized to the System Tray with Trayconizer.
VLC 1.0 has gotten several cool new features, one of which is the ability to record what is playing in the screen. Here we will take a look at how easy it is to record a DVD or other video formats using VLC.
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.
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.
Sometimes you might want to share information from other documents in Microsoft Excel. Here we will show you how to create a hyperlink to another document.
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.
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.
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.
Pandora has long been a one of the coolest free streaming music services on the net. They now offer a premium account called Pandora One that has new features, no ads, and better music quality.
Anybody using the very popular Google Reader Notifier extension for Firefox should probably remove it immediately, as it is now tracking your browsing and displaying ads in your status bar without your consent. Despicable.
Have you visited a website and wondered where it really was located? Now you can know the true location regardless of the address displayed in the Address Bar with Flagfox.
If you rely on your Outlook calendar for some tasks and the Google Calendar for others, it can be annoying having to switch between the two. Today we look at Google Calendar Sync beta that allows us to share events between the two for easier organization.
Do you love listening to your favorite tunes on Last.FM but wish there was a way to store the songs on your local hard drive? Today we take a look at The Last Ripper which is a cross platform utility that allows you to record Last.FM songs and cover art to your computer.
Defragmenting your hard drive is typically considered good housekeeping to keep your computer running smooth. Today we take a look at Defraggler which is a free utility that allows you to defrag an entire drive or just individual files.
Needing an all purpose text editor that has a tabbed interface and can be easily customized to suit your needs? Enjoy what a text editor ought to be with EditPad Lite.
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.
You know you’re in the mood for a movie but not sure what you want to watch or where to watch it. Today we take Hello Movies which lets you easily search for different movies and shows you where to watch them.
If you are a busy Windows user it can get annoying navigating through menus and endless directories to get to the apps and data you need. Executor is a free application launcher that allows you to quickly run programs and search for anything from one central location.
It can be the worst feeling in the world when you accidentally delete a very important file you have been working on for days. Today we look at Recuva, a free tool that helps you restore accidentally deleted files.