New to the Google Play Store, Web Browser ESP
is an innovative Android web browser that lets users simultaneously explore multiple websites; all on the same screen. To achieve said purpose, the app lets you open as many individual panels on its homescreen interface as you prefer. Each panel serves as a separate browser window that you can avail to access and browse your favorite website. Apart from said feature, the app also boasts a few additional options that further enhance your web browsing experience on Android, especially if you own a tablet. For instance, you can keep adding new panels horizontally and/or vertically to explore various webpages as per their respective page dimensions. Then there is the option to expand, shrink and re-position a specific panel on the screen as per requirement. Each panel supports the conventional pinch-to-zoom gesture to allow you to zoom in/out of webpages conveniently. That’s not all; you can also bookmark your favorite webpages on the go. Don’t want to clutter your screen with too many ‘panels’? No worries. Although the app does not support the tabbed browsing feature, it lets you add multiple ‘sliding’ panels alongside the currently opened panel. Each sliding panel can be used to open a desired website. Swiping left/right from the edges of a sliding panel helps you easily switch between various slides (browser windows).
If you’re an Android user, you must be well-aware of the fact that using the default file-sharing option of the OS, you can only send/share selected data (files, apps) via just one compatible app at a time. What if there was an app that enhances the file sharing experience on Android by letting you share desired data using multiple apps of your choice, so that you don’t have to go through the hassle of sifting through multiple screens and options to achieve said purpose successfully? In fact, what about an app that not only brings said option to the table, but also empowers you to select the exact order in which you wish to share files via all the selected apps? Say hello to Andmade Share
– an alternative (and enhanced) file sharing menu for Android that supports both said options. In effect, Andmade Share replaces your Android’s native file sharing context menu, and lets you pick multiple apps at once through which you wish to share your required file(s). That’s not all, you also have the option to select the exact order in which the sharing should be done. In addition, Andmade Share also supports a unique Fast Share
option that automatically prioritizes sharing jobs for apps such as Evernote.
Even though some users like to replace the Windows Media Player with a third party media player as their default choice, some simply like to stick with it, as Windows Media Player is also a very decent choice for accessing and organizing your media collection. Moreover, Microsoft is also on the continuous improvement and enhancement of Windows Media Player features, with every new iteration. The main reason for people switching to other media players is that it lacks various advanced features and codecs that are available in powerful players VLC, Winamp and KMPlayer, by default. For this reason, it is quite common to see someone using a third party player for watching movies and using Windows Media Player for listening to music. One of the very interesting features lacking in Windows Media Player is the ability to run multiple instances of the application at a time. This means that, using Windows Media Player, you cannot run multiple media files at one time, a feature that most third party media players have. If you are an absolute Windows Media Player fanatic, and want to have multiple instance feature at your disposable, then give Multiple Windows Media Player
a shot. It is a portable application that lets you run multiple instances of Windows Media Player 12 on Windows 7. Every time you launch Windows Media Player, will open up in its own window, letting you select different media files for each.
Around the mid of 2010, we reviewed Utilu Mozilla Firefox Collection
, a windows application that allowed you to run multiple versions of Firefox at the same time. Normally, it isn’t possible to install and use more than one version unless you are on the Nightly or Beta channel. MultiFirefox
is a Mac app that functions similarly on Mac; it allows you to create profiles and run any number of different Firefox versions at the same time. The app has both a Dutch and an English version, and occasionally, the Dutch bits leak over and show up on the English version, but other than that, the app works without a glitch.
is a Windows application that lets you create and send newsletters to multiple recipients. The application lets you send out up to 400 personalized emails at a time, and address each customer personally with their name. It has the option to create backups and restore your mailing lists, which can also be imported and exported into XML, HTML and CSV file formats. The application detects invalid, empty and duplicate email addresses and lets you easily delete invalid entries. Before sending the newsletter, you can get a preview of mailing list. More to follow after the jump.
allows users to Shutdown
, Sleep, Hibernate
and Log off
their PC either at once, or according to some parameters. You can define the action, edit conditions and when those conditions are met, the application will automatically perform the pre-defined action. You can even set multiple conditions and use And/Or
logical conditions for execution to shutdown your computer. If your PC gets hanged due to some issue, the application can also initiate force shutdown.
I visit multiple websites, multiple times daily. Typing the names of these websites over and over again becomes too time consuming and obviously, boring. I figured out a way to create a desktop shortcut for it through which you can open unlimited number of websites in multiple browser tabs.
Basically we have to create a batch file to open multiple websites. If you have read the post in the link above you will learn to make batch file for opening multiple applications, but for the sake of convenience I am going to teach you to make a batch file to open multiple websites at once. The method is almost same, but instead of application target, we will enter website URL. Read More
I recently learned a small handy trick which allows us to start multiple applications at once. If you are like me who has to open 5-6 programs at once then it will come really handy. Running multiple programs turn by turn is too boring for me, that’s why I use this trick to open multiple programs instantly. Read More
I recently came across a software called Microsoft Image Composite Editor
while browsing the Microsoft Research download page. It is a free software that creates a panorama photo by stitching multiple images together and comes with 4 different camera motion modes.
It is a simple software where you can drag multiple images and it will create a seamless panorama after processing the images for a few seconds. You can then crop the image to the size of your choice and save it in 8 different image formats including HD Photo Image.
Do you use CTRL key to select multiple files and end up deselecting them all? In Windows,
if you want to select multiple files, then you need to use CTRL key or SHIFT key, if you happen to let go of the button for a second, you may end up deselecting them all or even sometimes a wrong click may make copies of all the files. Windows 7 and Windows Vista have a nice feature by which you can turn on checkboxes in Windows Explorer,
so that you can simply select files by checking the box. You will need to enable this option from the folder settings.
How many times did you send friends or family a couple of links to various sites like your online photo album, a YouTube video, a funny news article, etc? It’s a pain having to copy and paste multiple links in email or in Instant Messenger. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could convert all of those links into just one simple
link! If you are sick of pasting multiple links like me, then you should try definitely Shrink2One
It is a free web service that allows you to convert multiple URLS into one smaller URL.
You’ve got multiple GMail accounts, say, one for work and another for personal use; and you would like to sign onto both Google Talk accounts on the same computer at the same time. By default, GTalk doesn’t permit multiple instances, but a simple hack can fix it. Read More