Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
OCR package converts scanned documents into editable text, but the interface muddles what should be a straightforward procedure.
Expand your network capabilities and enhance your document control with these 11 outstanding (and free) downloads.
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A clean new design and more keyboard shortcuts are available, if you know where to look.
New voice commands and the ability to turn an iPhone into a dictation tool highlight the latest version of Nuance's speech-recognition software.
This funny freebie plays soothing music while that file you're downloading takes its own sweet time.
Here is how to make your Android phone open nearly any file type be it audio, video, images, and documents.
Manage collaborative projects with the LiquidPlanner website.
At college, you'll spend a lot of time with your PC. We've collected some free and low-budget favorites to make it easy to get to work (and play).
Syncdocs lets Microsoft Office on your desktop play nice with Google Docs in the cloud.
Create your own standalone, sidebar, and desktop gadgets with handy--albeit limited--utility Ashampoo Gadge It.
If you're a grownup, you don't have to put up with someone telling you to clean your room. Why should anyone tell you to clean up your inbox?
Store multiple items on the clipboard and recall them at will with small and useful utility Clipboard History.
Microsoft's launch of Office 365 has Google feeling pressure to explain why businesses should use Gmail and Google Docs.