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Developer Tool-kit: Get All the Essential Dev Tools in One Place

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Developer Tool-kit is a collection of the most essential tools that a developer could need, all in one place. It consolidates the usual selection of tools that are must-haves during the development process, in a single, easy-to-access space. Built to increase productivity, and save time, Developer Tool-kit currently comes with seven different tools. Who made it? Developer Tool-kit is the brainchild of Rajendra Varma, a software developer with 15 years...

Mine: A Tool To Track Your Digital Footprint

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Mine is an online tool that helps you track your digital footprint. In about 30 seconds, it can show you all the companies that have your personal data. Whether it’s financial data or social network data, Mine groups data into different categories and shows you how many companies have access to such data. With this tool, you can erase your personal data from the servers of different companies. This makes...

The Best Tools for Checking Your Website’s Speed

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The speed of your website is a major contributing factor to its SERPS, web traffic, and SEO ranking. Many elements can contribute to how fast your website performs. The first step in a full assessment is a speed test. There are many online website speed test tools, most of them are free, some are paid. In an instant, these tools will be able to give you a detailed breakdown of...

AdGuard Review: A Powerful Ad Blocking Solution, But Is It Safe?

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AdGuard claims to be the ‘world’s most advanced ad blocker.’ In many ways, the company lives up to the hype, all the while dealing with misconceptions. Few things are more frustrating than trying to browse a website, only to have large portions of your screen real estate taken up by intrusive ads. Even on the biggest monitor, ads can still be a major nuisance in the best-case scenario. Even worse,...

Optimize your Mac with CleanMyMac X (Full Review)

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Apple’s Mac OS has been the preferred operating system for many people over the years. While I myself like it quite a lot and often recommend people to switch to it, I have noticed that a common error that many people make while buying a Mac OS device like the MacBook, is getting the cheapest configuration. Until very recently, Apple’s base offering for most Mac devices came with 128GB of...
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