Wanna get away ...from your email? Outlook 2013's Automatic Replies feature lets you reply to and sort messages while you're out of the office. Here's how you can use it to relax on your next vacation and come back to a nice, tidy inbox.
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Check out the collaboration-friendly tools built into Google Docs, and learn how to set some handy preferences.
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Our guide walks you through the basics of PC selection, helping you choose the ideal device to suit your needs.
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What's all the hubbub about Bitcoins and its brethren? Here's how to find out for yourself.
See what all the hub-bub behind Valve's gaming-centric operating system is about WITHOUT blowing away all the data already on your hard drive.
Reduce your exposure to spying eyes with sandboxing, disk encryption and more.
Running Windows XP in a virtual machine is a safe way to continue using it once support ends. Here's how to do just that.
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Even Start menu diehards should give these winners a try.