Sumatra PDF – The Leanest PDF Reader For Windows

Windows doesn’t have an inbuilt PDF reader like Mac OS X and Ubuntu do. PDF readers from Adobe Reader and Foxit are great, but they’re also bloated and / or include bundled crapware. Open source Sumatra PDF solves both these issues and lets you read your PDFs without fuss.

Install Bulk Apps in Windows with Ninite

Everyone knows of the pathetic software [Notepad & Co.] built into Windows. And for many tasks, there isn’t anything at all [antivirus, PDF, office work]! So it’s common practice for us, PC users, to download our favourite tools from the Internet or install them from a disk, right after a clean Windows installation. It’s painful, … Read more

Browse anonymously and access blocked websites with UltraSurf

UltraSurf is a tiny substitute to Tor, which gets its job done without much fuss. Without ANY fuss at all, if you ask me. All you’ve to do is to download a 400KB file, and double-click it. UltraSurf will automatically scan for it’s servers and open up a configured Internet Explorer for you (it might … Read more

Fetch movie subtitles with Sublight (Updated)

Update: Sublight is probably dead. You should use an online service like Subscene or Open Subtitles instead.

Sublight is a useful utility for Windows that allows you to fetch subtitles for movies and TV shows from various sources across the web. With it’s nifty features, Sublight can automatically look up subtitles for the movies on your PC and play them on your favorite media player.

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