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Microsoft's free (but unsupported) tool does a great job keeping files and folders in sync across multiple PCs.
Whether you need to replace your old hard drive or add a second drive to expand your storage, the right software tools will make it easy to put all your files where you want them.
Control PowerPoint from your iPhone, with previews of the current slide, notes, and more.
Want the bells and whistles of Windows 7's new interface without having to wait for the real thing? These easy tweaks will make Vista look and act like the next generation of Windows.
Are you really going to trust that your ISP isn't throttling your Net connection? These tools will let you find out for yourself.
If you frequently need to create or expand file archives, check out this freeware gem.
If you are a hardworking, fairly smart and creative person, you will be able to thrive in this economy.
Find software product keys, delete duplicate photos, and manage passwords with free apps from PC World blogger Rick Broida.
Lost your key for Office? Windows? Keyfinder instantly culls the Registry to find keys for these and other important apps.
Bob Engel asked the Answer Line Forum how he could copy and paste text without pasting the font and other formatting along with the actual words.
We help you find the perspective and the technology to put yourself on the path to smoother backups.
Automatically turn special mouse movements into PC commands with gesture-reading software.
Among several free (and paid) options, LogMeIn remotely drives a network PC with little hassle.