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You don't need to be online to read a webpage. You can save one, with formatting and images, to local storage and read it later offline.
Been meaning to back-up your PC, but not sure where to start? Here are three tools that can get you started.
Finding a complete list of your specs is easy enough in Windows, but these apps go deeper than the Control Panel ever could.
No matter what else you do on your PC, everyone needs basic programs that cover security, web browsing, and backup.
Every time you boot Windows, a whole lot of programs load automatically. Some of them you need, while some of them are pointless. Here's how to trim the fat.
You can easily configure the Windows 7 Start menu, changing the look and putting your favorite programs front and center.
Windows PCs run a whole lot of code in the background, much of which slows you down and provides little or no benefit. Here's how to stop them.
Get a taste of automated app installation with this sweet command-line tool.
Need to know what time it is in Tokyo or New York? Forget Google, keep tabs on three time zones on your desktop.
Change your keyboard; change the world. Or at least type a little faster.
Your PC may not have a lot of RAM, processor speed, or hard drive space, but often you can still speed up your computer by limiting the apps that start-up at boot.
If you’re in the market for screen real-estate, Android has a convenient solution: use your tablet as laptop overflow screen.
Sometimes you just can't get the job done with an app's built-in tools. That's when you may have to turn to a third-party uninstaller.