Frequently Asked QuestionsIf you have a question that is not answered here, please send an email using the "contact the admin" link at the bottom.
If you don't have your Ngumbi page set as your homepage yet, or you are using someone else's device, then:
How's that for easy and fast? Set it as your homepage to use it often. Save it as a bookmark in your smartphone's web browser. Use it for quick access to your links if you're at someone else's computer. You get the idea, use it how you want.Back to top
"Ngumbi" is the Chichewa word for flying termites found in Africa that sometimes make a tasty fried snack. For more information go here. This site isn't related to real ngumbi at all so I hope no ngumbi fans are offended. I got the idea from a friend in Malawi and one of the biggest reasons for the name is that it wasn't taken! Also, it's one word and short so it's easy to recognize and remember.
It could have been more self-explanatory, like mylaunchpad.com, but I guess the sitter who owned that domain didn't like my offer.
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Currently you can only have one or two columns. An option to change the number of columns is definitely on the list of features to add. Stay tuned.Back to top
No. Google, Yahoo!, and others make their search feature available for people and businesses to put on their websites for free (because it makes money).Back to top
Not much if any. For ease of use, a password is not required to access your homepage so anyone could type in your user name if they knew it and see your links. We don't ask for any personal information, not even email, so you don't really risk anything besides someone seeing what links are on your page.Back to top