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Facebook recently released two new Chrome extensions that come in handy when browsing the web.
Like Cortana but hate that it always surfaces news from a certain site? Now you can dump that site thanks to a new Cortana feature.
Dropbox, primarily used for syncing, can also be used for online-only storage. But I don't advise it.
When some of your email messages appear on one PC, and other messages on another, you're using the wrong protocol.
You understand that you need to protect your PC, phone, and online accounts. But do you always have to use a long and complex password?
Lenovo's Reachit integrates with Cortana to search your local hard drive and various online accounts.
We're all sick of spam, whether it's Nigerian banking scams, pseudo-sexy invitations, or click-for-malware buttons. Here's how to get them out of your life.
Cortana isn't all about calendar appointments, reminders, and jokes. Microsoft's digital assistant is capable of all sorts of tricks.
The OneDrive Windows Store app for Windows 10 makes viewing offloaded files easier.
Adobe Flash is going click-to-play in late 2016, but you don't have to wait until then to stop Flash from autoplaying.
A handy Chrome extension lets you continue watching a video while checking out the rest of YouTube within the same tab.
Two Chrome extensions give you video player controls for online video sites such as Netflix and YouTube.
Keep has some new features that make Google's note-taking app easier to use on your PC.
This new feature to Google Drive finally gives you a say in what content gets synced to your PC.
Give your hands a break and use Google's new formatting and editing commands for voice typing in Google Docs.