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Google is great--but sometimes you just need to cut loose. Follow our simple guide to delete Google services individually or to delete your Google account permanently.
Managing which computers are allowed to access your iTunes account can be a hassle. Here's a simple guide to authorizing or deauthorizing your iTunes account on multiple systems.
Install Windows 8 the easy way, learn more about defragmenting your hard drive, launch Windows 7 programs quickly.
Who says you can't easily use an Android device with Apple iTunes, send and receive free text messages on a PC, and keep a borrowed e-book longer than two weeks?
The new wireless sync feature of iOS 5 unshackles your iPhone and iPad from your PC, allowing you to wirelessly sync your devices via Wi-Fi. Here's how to set it up.
Here's how to stop Facebook from adding your current location when you update your status, and how to use Microsoft Picasa's screen saver feature.
A handy guide to using free system monitoring software such as CPU-Z, SpeedFan, and Belarc Advisor to optimize your PC's performance.
Here's how to use Task Manager to start and stop programs, stop processes, and collect useful statistics about your computer's performance.
When it comes to smart computing, there's no better tool for understanding and troubleshooting your computer’s health than the free Resource Monitor utility. Here's how to make it work for you.
Learn how to cancel an unwanted Google+ account, and to sign into multiple Google accounts at once.
Learn how to tweak Vista and Windows 7 AutoPlay settings, restore missing system tray icons in Windows 7.
Readers ask if they can access Webmail without an Internet connection, and whether using multiple security apps is a problem--the answers are yes and yes.