I believe that most of us are used to using all kinds of browsers (especially for Google Chrome) with the "Multiple Tabs" feature, the convenience given to us gose without saying. So, do you want to give your current File Explorer/Windows Explorer a Chrome-style shell, just like using Google Chrome browser and enjoy its multi-tab benefit? Clover would be your Windows Explorer wings!
iMacros, is referred to as IMS in the industry. As its name suggests, this is one tool related to the automation with macros. Initially, it was released as an add-on of Firefox, used to record the operation on a web page, so as to perform circular tasks in batch. But later, in the wake of increasing number of users, it got continuous updating, following more and more perfect functions. Today, it has become a very famous SEO edge tool.
Adblock Plus (ABP for short) is a free and open-source webpage ads blocking tool designed for all kinds of web browsers (along with all their derived browsers, as well as the mobile browsers on Android platform). It's well-known as one of the most popular browser extensions on Chrome Web Store. The most important is it really works.
In Windows Explorer and some cases, we maybe need to copy many names of a bunch of files/folders one by one. There is only one traditional method - manually click files/folders and then copy/paste their names; and it would become more troublesome if you want to get their full paths - you have to right click every file/folder to enter its properties and then copy the full path from the 'Location' field.
Individually put some frequently listened music files in a folder and then play them, this is the conventional way of playing songs on your hard disk. But if these music files distributes in multiple folders, then it needs us to enter into these directories to play. Moreover, in this playing process, it is always impossible to play according to the sequences of track title, file bit rate (i.e. the quality of music files), album title and so on. This brings user a lot of inconvenience in deed...