Installing different softwares to convert files into different formats can be a bit of a hassle. One of the main problems by installing different types of software is that it can use a lot of your system resources making it slower.
We have gathered list of useful online tools and services that can solve this problem. The following list of websites will allow users to convert most common file formats easily without installing any software on your PC.
Are you a webmaster? Then I’m sure you are very well aware of website downtimes. Reason could be anything, a server issue or a traffic spike. Since you can stay on your website 24/7, you need an automatic monitoring to check for downtimes.
Uptime Robot is an online service that montiors your website every 5 minutes and get alerts by email and SMS. And this is all totally free.
Finding PDF files using Google is not a new trick and many people use that to look for PDF files they want. But a search engine specifically for this job is always better.
OpenPDF is a search engine for finding/searching PDF files available publicly online. There is nothing much to explain in as you just have to type in your query in the search box and hit Enter.
I’ve once again started with sharing the cool web services and useful online tools I come across. A while ago I shared an online service to identify unknown music details.
Just for simple trimming/cutting of a MP3 file, I would certainly never go for a freeware or any install any application in my PC when I can easily find an online service to do the job for me.
There are many small free utilities that allow you to add shadow to your pictures. But I always prefer online tools than desktop tools if they offer the same quality.
PicShadow is a free online tool that lets you add shadow to your images in three easy steps! Upload you image from PC or a URL, set shadown options and press the button Generate!
YouConvertIt is an one stop online conversion service where you can easily convert (almost) any media file in just three simple steps. Enter your email address, choose a file to upload and select the desired format in which you want to convert the file and press the Convert It button! Once the conversion process completes, you’ll receive an e-mail containing a link to allow you to download it.
I had a few images that I wanted to convert into icons to use with my desktop shortcuts, so I Googled a few converters, but didn’t found any good ones, so I continued my search till I came across Bradicon. It is a free online image to icon converter, that will convert your images (supports all major formats) to an ICO file. This icon file can be downloaded and used with shortcuts.