10 helpful websites you don’t know exist
10 helpful websites you don’t know exist Want to learn how to cook ? Want to know how to repair anything ? Want to get control of your email box ? Need to tie a complex knot or decorate a table ? Access incredibly handy tools you can use online of offline.
1 – 10minutemail.com – temporary email accounts to use for registration.
2 – 2- Myfridgefood.com – recipes with what you have
lets you select what ingredients you have available to you, then gives list of recipes you can make with what you have
Checks if your email (and passwords) have been on any public data leaks. Made me realize, while writing this article, that both of my emails had been pwned (one on linked.com
and one on Dropbox.com
4 – http://www.repairclinic.com/ – save hundreds or dollars: repair everything yourself
If you need an appliance fixed, and you don’t want to pay for a repairman, this site not only tells you how, it has a database of just about every part of every appliance ever made. It can literally save you hundreds of dollars
5 – https://ninite.com/ – install all your software in only 1 operation
Finite is amazing when setting up a fresh install of windows. You just pick a bunch of common programs (chrome, skype, steam, notepad++, etc.), download one executable, run it, and it downloads and installs all of the programs you selected.
It removes all the addon’s normally downloaded with free apps, it removes mccaffee from acrobat for instance. I have used it commercially and privately for years.
An insanely helpful website for when you don’t know what glue to use. Just select your materials and it’ll tell you what glue to use.
helps you improve your reading speed if you use it regularly. Just paste any text you have to read, and Spreeder will display it to you in a way that will multiply your reading speed up to six times! It takes some time to get used to it, but is a great tool if you have too much to read. I mostly use it for very long emails.
“Better to know a knot and not need it, than need a knot and not know it!”. This site shows you in an animated way how to make hundreds of knots.
When I was in school I used this website for stats. Most people had never heard of it. It is a great source of information on the nation’s of the world.
10 – www.ssavr.com – Temporarily share any file into your local network with no effort
Temporarily saves a file or text file (like Dropbox or Google Drive) and makes it accessible to anyone with the same IP address as you, i.e., your house network. Good for quickly transferring files between your computers without having to email yourself or use a USB drive