Archive for December 2010

Easily Manage Browsing Sessions in Google Chrome

There is no such feature in Google Chrome which allows users to manage their sessions so that they can be opened later. Today, we came across an excellent extension for Google Chrome, Session Manager, which enables users to manage their session in Google Chrome and open them quickly any time. The default option in Google Chrome only restores the last browsing session and if your browser suddenly crashes, you can lose all opened tabs.

Edit and Annotate Images Online with PhotoRem

If you are a blogger, having a good photo editing software is really important so that you can easily edit screenshots which can be used in posts. There are many software on the internet which enable users to edit photos but the problem is that most of them are paid and are expensive. However, online editors are becoming really popular these days as you don’t have to install any software and you can perform all your photo editing tasks online and save them.

Easily Send Files via Email With SecurelySend

Online file sharing is becoming really popular as you can send and receive files online within seconds. You can send documents, music files, videos and much more without any problem. There are many sites which enable users to send and receive files online but, the only drawback is that most of the sites ask you to pay or buy membership.

Easily Translate Text and Web Pages in Google Chrome

When you are searching for something on the internet, you might come across websites which are not in your native languages. There are online services like Google Translate which can be used to translate words in to other languages but that can be time consuming. To get rid of this problem, we came across an excellent extension, Bubble Translate, which can be used to translate words without opening any websites.

Internet Explorer 9 with Tracking Protection

Almost every site on the web today has some kind of tracking inbuilt, be it the simple ads that you see or the pieces of code to track site visits or even the social networking buttons. Some may retain this information as you browse from site to site, while others don’t. The power to choose who to stop tracking is present, but is limited with most browsers requiring some kind of an addon / plugin.