Keep Track of your Network Activity In Windows Using NetSpeedMonitor


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At times it might be useful to know how much of your networks bandwidth your using, and you might not be able to find that out so easily, but if your on a Windows Desktop you might want to grab the program NetSpeedMonitor to help you track down how much bandwidth your using, and you can find the information in your Task bar, for more check out NetSpeedMonitor for Windows.

Try Screen Sharing using the service Screenleap


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When it comes to sharing your screen, you might have to go through a few hoops before your able to get it going, but if your looking for a dead simple free solution to your screen sharing needs, then you might want to check out the service Screenleap.

Browse Your Android Devices files Wireless with Software Data Cable


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Perhaps you don’t have your Data Cable with you when you want to transfer some files to and from your Android device, and you shouldn’t let the lack of a Data cable stop you, all you have to do is fire up the program Software Data Cable and browse your phones files from your desktops web browser, for more check out Software Data Cable for Android.

Google Has a Home Entertainment System in the Works


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If you thought Google TV was the end of the line in terms of how far Google is trying to get into your house, then you’ll probably shocked to know that Google has a Home Entertainment system in the works, which will offer Streaming and smartphone integration among other things when it debuts it home entertainment  product, for now you can check out the Wall street article regarding this product HERE.

Hopper is a Simple Webapp for Sharing Files


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If you need to quickly share a file or two for a day or for some type of temporary situation, you might want to check out the service Hopper which will allow you to store a file or something for temporary access, this is for people that don’t need permanent file storage, for more check out the Webapp Hopper.

Connect Multiple Users to a Computer using Windows RDP


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Usually when you use Windows RDP to access a machine, only one user can connect to that machine remotely at a time, but with this neat hack, you can connect multiple users to a single machine using Windows RDP, for more check out this article HERE.

SpeedTao Increases your Download speed for Mac OS X Lion


If you think your downloads in Mac OS Lion aren’t as fast as they should be, perhaps you might want to give the program SpeedTao a shot at increasing your download speeds, for more check out SpeedTao for Mac OS X

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DeSopa Gets you Past DNS blocks If Sopa Passes


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Just like a previously mentions extension, you can use DeSopa for Mozilla Firefox to get past the DNS Blocks that would go in place if the Sopa Bill passes Congress, so for all of the folks on the web that rather a free web experience, then you might want to check out DeSopa for Mozilla Firefox.

Bittorent Downloads are Being Tracked by You Have Downloaded


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Bittorents usually are thought of a means of downloading without being directly tracked but that has changed with the service You Have Downloaded which has started to keep track of public tracker downloads, and can look up what you have been downloading, for more check out You Have Downloaded.

Bypass IP & DNS Blocks with The Pirate Bay Dancing Addon for Firefox


Some nations see it fit to censor the web you experience, usually by using IP & DNS blocks to try to have their populations shielded from content deemed illegal, but most of the time this is for some political or big business reason that has nothing to do with regular folks on the web, and you may want to experience the full web, and you can with the Firefox Addon The Pirate Bay Dancing.

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