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Instead of monkeying around with Amazon's Web-based file manager, use Gladinet Cloud Desktop to make your Cloud Drive work like a network drive.
Whether you're leaving on your own timetable or departing with a pink slip in your hand, here's how to hit the bricks with your digital life intact.
Defragging your hard drive won't cure any actual problems with your PC, but it may decrease the strain on your hard drive--and make your system a bit peppier.
With an external hard drive filling up with redundant backups, Loutsoul62 turned to the Answer Line forum for help
Fences is the best desktop organizer ever--until it forgets your layout and scatters icons all over the place. Here's how to make it remember your setup.
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.