If a computer part dies on you, you might think your only option is to replace it with the exact same thing. In most cases, you have plenty of other choices.
There's the slow way of selecting a word or paragraph with your mouse, and then there's the smart way. Today's the day you learn the smart way.
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Analysis: The M515 has a sealed bottom case that keeps lint out while helping the mouse glide across cushions, blankets and carpets with minimal fuss.
Forgetting messing around with hard-to-find Control Panel settings. If you're a Windows 7 user, it's incredibly easy to change icon size.
Analysis: The longtime recordable media company is moving into peripherals, with a focus on ergonomic devices.
Free Synergy program is easier to use than a KVM switch, and the utility runs on all Windows, Mac and Linux computers.
There's no shame in admitting you don't when to click once or twice. Follow these simple rules and you'll be a click-master in no time.
Now that you're a whiz with AutoHotkey, grab this handy script for middle-click e-mail deletion. It's a must-have for Outlook users.