Instantly Share Any Image To Facebook From Chrome Right Click Menu

Every day we log into Facebook, we find and read interesting news, stories, articles and pictures that are shared with us by our friends. Although articles and status updates are shared with a single click, the same can’t be said about the pictures that we find from various online sources. This is exactly the reason why a third-party developer has come up with a cool extension, known as “Upload Photos Continue Reading →

Create And Play YouTube Playlists Without Leaving The Current Video With YouTube ListPlayer

Ever wanted to create and play playlists in YouTube without having to leave the current page? YouTube™ ListPlayer for Chrome is just what you need. This Chrome extension enables users to create and play YouTube playlists from a menu next to the address bar, which makes it possible to search for videos according to a single or multiple keywords, create and save playlists, as well as explore your YouTube search Continue Reading →

Locate Required Information From Webpages Easily With Browseye

Browseye is an extension for Firefox, Chrome And Safari that helps quickly locate relevant data from webpages by hiding irrelevant content. Browseye is basically an extended version of the CTRL+F command with more convenient options to identify relevant information from within a webpage by highlighting paragraphs and chunks of text that contain the defined content.

Block website Ads With Simple Adblock Extension For Internet Explorer

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Ad Block has been a famous extension for Firefox, Chrome and Safari, for blocking unwanted adds on websites. Since long Internet Explorer users have longed for a version of this extension, which was made available a few months back by the name of Simple Adblock. Although this extension was launched last year, however, it has now become more easy to use and has been enhanced to provide some great features Continue Reading →

Block Ads, Trackers, Bugs & Web Beacons With Block In Chrome

Chrome Block is a Google Chrome extension that blocks web beacons, ads, trackers, bugs, and other tracking technologies that advertisement companies use to track your browsing preferences online. This extension identifies such unwanted sources on each page that you visit and allows you to block advertisements and different kinds of trackers. This extension can be handy for privacy conscious users who do not wish to be endlessly tracked by advertisement Continue Reading →

Switch Between Multiple Proxy Servers In Firefox With EasyZoomProxy

Some corporations have multiple proxy servers for interconnected networks that are associated via NAT (Network Address Translation) and VLANs (Virtual Local Area Network). Many universities and organizations also use multiple proxy servers. Moreover, in order to allow servers to query an upstream server’s cache before calling the internet, proxy chains are created. This is particularly the case for branch offices and geographically separated (mobile) parts of an organization. However, it Continue Reading →

Edit And Save Notes In Chrome With Chrome Notepad

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Chrome Notepad is a Google Chrome extension that provides complete notepad functionality within the Chrome browser. It allows instantly creating, editing, saving and deleting notes to help you streamline your online work flow. This extension is  handy for taking quick/detailed notes or copying text information from the internet and can become a  regularly used feature for Chrome OS users.

Easily Sort And Beautify Your Tabs in Mozilla Firefox With Colorful Tabs

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If you are tired of seeing your tabs in the same old dull color and find it difficult to sort your tabs, then it might be time to add some color to them. Colorful Tabs is a Mozilla Firefox add-on that beatifies your tabs with multiple colors , which makes them easier to sort. Once installed, this extension automatically adds different colors to your opened tabs which you can also Continue Reading →

How To Revert Back To Old Google Reader Interface

If you are a Google Reader user, then you must have been annoyed by the recent changes in the interface. Although the new interface has added more white space, however, the font and styling makes it hard to read text and to sort read / unread items. Unfortunately, Google has provided no default option to revert the changes, but the changes can be reversed to some extent by using Reader Continue Reading →