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Silent Site Sound Blocker lets you control which sites can shout at you. Here's how.
Websites have shifted from Flash to HTML5 for video, because many browsers now allow native disabling of Flash. Here's what you now need to know to stop videos from playing as soon as the page loads.
Google has a helpful Chrome extension that shows you how to use each of Google's online services.
A new Chrome extension called Falcon lets you find web pages in your browsing history by searching for any word or phrase contained on the page you're looking for.
Not everyone is pleased with Windows 10. If that's you, here are your options.
Keep tabs on all your email accounts, track your web surfing, and more with these customizations.
Edge’s bookmarks are called Favorites. Learn how to use them in this video.
Excel's Date & Time functions help you calculate a day's serial number, move to a 360-day accounting calendar, and more. We cover Date, Days, Days360, Time, and Weekday
Microsoft’s Edge browser didn’t have extensions at all when it first came out, but the Anniversary Update fixed that--finally! Here’s how to use them.
Just turning off Cortana is easy. Removing her completely is hard. We'll show you how to delve cautiously into the Windows registry.
All businesses need to calculate dates and times for payroll, expenses, inventory and more. We show how Excel turns dates into serial numbers for easier calculations, and we discuss Networkdays, Datevalue, and Excel for Mac's 1904 calendar
A small but handy new feature scheduled to roll out with Firefox 49 will help ease your printer-ink bill.
Unleash your creativity, free-associate your ideas, and organize your thoughts with these powerful apps.
Forget folders and cluttered chronological lists. These email apps use unconventional interfaces to help you breeze through your emails.
In Excel, when you need to debug a complex web of formulas, you need to trace dependent and precedent formulas. Here's how they work.
Mozilla recently added a new Test Pilot feature called 'No More 404s' that's helpful for anyone who runs into dead webpages while doing research online.