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Netflix Categories for Chrome is an easy way to browse the video site without searching.
Gmail is turning its back on Windows XP and Vista as the lights slowly go out on Microsoft's aging and unsupported operating systems.
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Google has yet to make the Material Design settings page standard, but you really should switch to it now.
You can email notes straight to Evernote, no muss, no fuss, assuming you have a paid plan. Here's how to set up the email addresses and filters to make this process automatic.
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DATEDIF(), which means Date + Dif, is a compatibility function left over from Lotus 1-2-3 that Microsoft adopted in Excel version 2000. It's fallen off current Excel menus, but you can still use it. Here's how.
Bookkeepers, project managers, HR departments and more use the Excel Date & Time functions WEEKNUM, ISOWEEKNUM, WORKDAY, WORKDAY.INTL to calculate time. Here's how.
Duarte's Five Rules is a classic PowerPoint presentation that can make you an instant expert. Study the slides and read these tips to learn more.
Microsoft doesn't let you personalize Cortana's wake word, but this third-party program does.
Stop notification overload by shutting websites down in Chrome.
Noisli for Chrome helps you focus with the help of your own customized background noises.
SVRF Tabs for Chrome puts 360-degree images on your New Tab page.
Tech novices are easy targets for malware, phishing, and sleazy salespeople. Protect the novices you know with these tips to help them be smarter about buying and using their tech devices.