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This simple "sandbox" tool creates a virtual environment that protects your PC from viruses, spyware, and the like. It used to cost $40; now it's free!
Ata Amiri asked if using two separate backup program will interfere with incremental backups
Want to automate your most frequent PC tasks? Here's how to map common PC actions to the keyboard buttons (or mouse gestures) of your choice.
Here's how to find and eliminate PC clutter--and automate file organization so that it never crops up again.
Tired of constantly typing in the same words, e-mail addresses, signatures, and the like? A good macro program (like PhraseExpress 8) automates that data entry for you.
Ever wish individual programs had an "always on top" option? A few do; for all others, grab the free Always On Top utility.
Looking for a free and easy tool that can find and eliminate duplicate photos, MP3s, documents, and the like? This one does the job very nicely.
Find out why your documents won’t print, where your downloads disappear to, what a .dat file is, how those infernal toolbars invaded your browser, and much more.
The frequent patches for Reader and Java may seem like a hassle, but installing them is important.
Using an application's built-in uninstaller sometimes isn't enough. A downloadable utility can help clean up what remains.
These free online services and apps let you create one reward card to rule them all, share huge files, and use Windows as your weather service.
Tough economic times, and the availability of more software licensing models than ever before, have combined to shift more negotiating power into customers' hands.
Brandon Elmo LaLonde wants access to a folder on his school's network when at home
Last week, the Internet connection in my building went out for what seemed like forever. Really it was only three and a half days but with my ever-escalating habit, three and a half hours can be the onset of dangerous withdrawal symptoms.
From the same folks who brought you CCleaner 3.0, this slick "defrag" utility beats Windows' own tool at every turn.