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Manage All Your Social Network Settings with BlissControl

Quick! Want to change your Twitter profile picture? Change Facebook's third-party permissions? This ingenious site makes it a snap.

Social networks are great--except when you need to make a change to one of your settings. Then it's a veritable click-fest of wading through menus in search of just the right option. Hassle city.

BlissControl helps you manage social-network settings with ease. Just choose the setting you want to modify, then the service, and then click Go.

In an instant, BlissControl steers you to exactly the right setting page within that service. No fuss, no muss.

And no annoying login for each and every account, no setup that "grants access." That's because BlissControl doesn't actually hook into the various social networks; it's really just a wizard-driven, plain-English collection of links. But, man, is it handy.

The site offers an even dozen settings: change bio, change password, change mobile settings, change design, delete account, and so on.

It supports about a dozen major networks, including Faceook, Foursquare, Instagram, Meetup, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Twitter.

BlissControl is free, easy, and fabulous--especially for users who are constantly stumbling around in search of the social-network setting they want.

Seriously, bookmark this.

Contributing Editor Rick Broida writes about business and consumer technology. Ask for help with your PC hassles at hasslefree@pcworld.com, or try the treasure trove of helpful folks in the PC World Community Forums. Sign up to have the Hassle-Free PC newsletter e-mailed to you each week.

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