Helpful WebPages that you’ve Never Heard Of
Every day we browse through dozens of boring webpages and don’t even know what hidden treasures are waiting just a few clicks away. Below is a list of 15 helpful webpages.
Here you’ll find detailed information on how the map of the world has been changing since 3000 BC. With a single click, you can find out everything about ancient kingdoms, empires, countries, or different historical eras.
This little website tracks whether emails sent by you were opened and read by the receiver. It also provides the recipient’s IP Address, location, browser details, and more.
This handy site lets you print out webpages while skipping ads, off-topic banners, and other useless info.
Do you firmly believe that the old version of a certain program was better, and developers have pretty much destroyed it with endless updates? With oldversion.com, you can download any of the previous versions of Windows, Mac, and Linux software if it’s no longer available from the official sources.
No more feeling guilty about mindless browsing. With each click, this site will take you to various yet useful pages. You don’t even know that you need some of this stuff!
This service allows you to save full webpage screenshots, not just of the visible part of your screen. Paste the URL into a special form and save the resulting .jpg image (other formats available). If the process is taking too long, you can send the image to your email.
This unique project will show you how our planet has been changing for the last 30 years in under a minute. Choose the location and watch satellite photos morph into each other in a mesmerizing time-lapse video.
If you’re feeling nostalgic for the days of your golden gamer youth, this is the page for you. A marvelous selection of digitalised handheld electronic games from all around the world. Not only can you watch, you’re also allowed to play!
Here you can find drivers for almost any device that requires a driver installation. Moreover, this site will check if your computer needs any driver updates and will prompt you to download and install them.
This site shows the evolution of web technologies in the form of a nifty graph. You can find out about the development and deployment of webpages and web apps, check how user online activity has been changing throughout the years, and other fascinating data.
This is all you need to know about chemical elements but were too afraid to ask. A very useful site for anyone who wants to brush up on their Chemistry.
An excellent, simple website that tells you when you need to go to bed, depending on when you want to wake up. The system is based on scientific sleep cycles to get you the best rest possible.
Create notes that will self-destruct after being read. You can use them for your super-secret spy correspondence needs.
Direct links for removing your accounts from pretty much every website. Once you’ve deleted all your online profiles, feel free to leave for that solitary retreat!
The name is pretty self-explanatory. Send a free fax to your colleagues.
This article originally appeared in brightside