Ever wanted a drive letter icon to pop up on your desktop when you plug in a flash drive? Desktop Media adds this feature without a lot of bloat.
SpeedCine has over 16,000 movies in their database you can watch immediately, some free, others for a small fee.
Ever want to design your own tiny pixel city? Well, now you can waste loads of time doing just that.
That’s right. Want to show everybody that you’re a nerd but you’re forced to wear a monkey suit? These will do the trick if you don’t mind spending a bit of cash.
Do you use the Ctrl+F shortcut key combination to find things in a page often? Now you can make Firefox save them.
Using “proprietary semantic technology” Jinni finds movies to your liking based on complex algorithms, not just keywords or genres. It works !
Have you recently uninstalled a lot of software from your PC? If so, your computer may still have entries left over from those programs in the Windows registry. Or you may have a lot of entries in your registry that are never used. That’s where a good registry cleaner can help. Check out the list below!
Ever wished your coasters weren’t so boring? If you feel like spending $50 or so, you can get your hands on these ones, designed to look like iPhone apps.
If you’re one of those people who love to move icons all over the desktop and make pretty little patterns, then you’ll love Shock Desktop. It’s a simple utility that lets you save and recover desktop icon layouts. It also supports dual monitors too!
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