Make sure your Time is Accurate using Time.Is Service


Modern clock, Belfast The tradition of public ...

Modern clock, Belfast The tradition of public clocks is still alive albeit in a slightly different form. This one is outside a jewellery shop in Royal Avenue. (Accurate). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When you need to know that the clocks in your house are accurate regarding to the time they tell, you might want to use the service Time.Is to make sure that you clocks are ticking to the right beat, and aren’t off by a few minutes or seconds, for more check out the service Time.Is.

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Find New Places to Eat and People to Eat with using Grubwithus Service


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grubwithus (Photo credit: TreasureLA)

It might not always be that easy to find a new place to eat at, even harder to find a new person to share the experience with, but you can now resolve these two issues in one place called Grubwithus, which tries to find new places for you to eat, as well as meet new people in the area, you might want to dine with, for more check out the service Grubwithus.

Check out Khan Academy for Free Educational Material on your iPad


Khan Academy

Khan Academy (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Image representing iPad as depicted in CrunchBase

Image via CrunchBase

When it comes to finding free Educational material for your iPad you might not find everything out there free, and for that matter even useful, but Khan Academy might be one of the most useful Academic resources you can have on your iPad, for more check out Khan Academy for iPad.

Bring back the Start Button in Windows 8 with Start8


Windows 8 Desktop Concept

Windows 8 Desktop Concept (Photo credit: louisvolant)

If you have taken a look at the new version of Windows, Windows 8 you might notice when you go into the Desktop mode, that there is no Start button that you have been a custom to since Windows 3.1, but you can return your Windows Start button back to where you think it belongs in Windows 8 with the program Start8.

Edit your Windows Content Menu’s with Right Click Tweaker for Windows


Windows 7 build 7600

Windows 7 build 7600 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When it comes to Windows Content Menus or for those that don’t know what this is, the menu that comes up in Windows when you right click on your mouse, you might find that some of them have too much of crap in them, or perhaps they are missing a options you really need, either way you might want to check out the Windows program Right Click Tweaker which will allow you to edit the menu, putting items you want on there, for more check out Right Click Tweaker for Windows.

Syncing Up your Note on your Mac was never easier using nvALT


Parallels Desktop for Mac

Parallels Desktop for Mac (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When it comes to having a note syncing system in place you probably have a few different options for your Mac Desktop, but you probably want an options that gives you control over how things work, and if your looking for a free solution for your Note Syncing needs, then you might want to give the program nvALT a try for your Mac Desktop.

Free Memory Used by Google Chrome using the TabMemFree Extension


Logo used from the start of the Chrome project...

Logo used from the start of the Chrome project until March 2011 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When it comes to Google Chrome using your system memory, you probably noticed that once you have a few tabs going, things get a bit slower, and that’s likely due to the fact that each tab takes up a certain amount of memory, but you can now free some of the memory Chrome uses on tabs your not currently using by employing the Google Chrome Extension TabMemFree.

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