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Three Windows multitasking features that help maximize your screen space

Need to get more than one thing done at a time? There's a Snap for that.

What to do if you absolutely can’t, or won’t, give up XP

You know that you can’t keep using Windows XP. But if you absolutely can’t or won’t make the change, at least take these precautions.

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9 free tools that make Windows much better

Nix Notepad. Pack away Paint. These free utilities do image editing, file management, screenshots and more, much, much better than Windows’ own versions can.

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How to sync your Windows desktop to the cloud

Take your desktop with you where ever you are.

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Move your libraries to an external drive without messing things up

Your libraries, such as Documents and Music, can go anywhere on your internal drive. You could also put them in external storage—just avoid these potential pitfalls along the way.

Organize your Apple TV's home screen

Don't be overwhelmed by all those icons the next time you fire up your Apple TV. We've got some quick tips to re-order everything to your liking.

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How to find out if someone has been snooping in your Gmail

A hidden feature in Gmail can tell you if someone's been rummaging through your love letters. Here's where to find it.

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Supercharge Gmail with these 3 simple, stellar Gmail Labs features

Gmail Labs features represent the cutting edge of email functionality, and can help you Get Things Done even faster. Here's three to try today.

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Google may be the last calculator you'll ever need

How many kilograms are in a pound? How many inches in a light year? What's the square root of 268? Google has the answer—here's how to get it.

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The many ways to copy, move, or delete multiple files

You may think there's nothing more to learn about these common tasks, but you may be wrong. Here are some tips and tricks even seasoned users could miss.

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Why you need to start using Google Voice, your Android phone's best-kept secret

Google Voice is positively riddled with cool features. Here's how to take calling, call screening, and voicemail to practically transcendent heights.

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How to use Google Calendar to keep groups organized

Google Calendar has several ways to keep your friends, family, and coworkers on the same page.

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Use your smartphone to check your remote control batteries

Are the batteries in that remote really dead? Your smartphone can help you find out.

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Your ultimate mobile office: The tools you need to work on any device

You can take it with you! Edit documents, access files, track projects and more, seamlessly, from your laptop or from any major flavor of mobile device.