TimeRabbit helps you measure the time you spend on Facebook

Those who work long hours in front of a computer usually worry about the amount of time that we will throughout the day on pages that are not really working because the Internet is easy to slip. In this sense it is very useful plugins as Web Time Tracker helps you know which pages you spend all your time but if your problem is more specific and has to do with Facebook, then you can serve a more simple as TimeRabbit.


TimeRabbit is a curious free application that measures the time spent on Facebook and offered statistics on it. TimeRabbit not a browser plugin, but an application that is installed on your computer and is able to monitor the activity on Facebook from common browsers likes Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer. Continue reading “TimeRabbit helps you measure the time you spend on Facebook”

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Check the security of our own Facebook

Secure.me is a free online tool that allows us to verify the security of our own Facebook.

security of our own Facebook

Secure.me is responsible for monitoring our Facebook account with an analysis of the applications we have installed, our pictures or tagged photos, the different actions the social network (e.g. comments, posting on our wall and links), checking the privacy settings and checking our profile and even our friends, to let us know of any kind of threat.

If you’re one of the million users of the most popular social network on the planet, Facebook, you’ll probably want Secure.me tool, as this will tell us if our data is compromised or have privacy settings or security very low. Continue reading “Check the security of our own Facebook”

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Facebook thinks of buying Opera Software

Facebook, the social network with greater acceptance in recent times, might be thinking of buying Opera Software, developer of Opera, Opera Mobile for phones and PCs, and Opera Mini: confirmed this purchase the social network created by Mark Zuckerberg would have its own browser.

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The idea of buying Opera Software could become a reality thanks to the success that Facebook has, since this has allowed it to have a liquidity pretty good, after having left in the bag with an approximate value of 32.595 million euros, about $41,000 million.

If the transaction will take place, from Opera at the hands of Facebook, the Organization of Palo Alto became a big enough company to compete with giant Internet companies that have their own web browsers such as Mozilla (Firefox), Microsoft (Internet Explorer), Apple (Safari), Google (Chrome) and Yahoo. Continue reading “Facebook thinks of buying Opera Software”

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