Those of us with typing-intensive jobs will know how tiring on the fingers it can be. But what if there were a way to type out what needs to be typed using only half the normal effort?
This tiny utility gives you lots of control over your boot options, including bringing back the Windows 7 boot loader.
The gift-giving season has reached a head, and there's a strong possibility that you now find yourself with a new Windows 8 tablet, laptop or hybrid. Does the new OS confuse you? Allow us to assist.
If you find yourself doing a lot of repetitive computer work, you're doing it wrong. Working with software should be a joy, not an effort, and these tools can help you make it so.
Newly updated PhraseExpress supports cloud synchronization, meaning your shortcuts can be shared across all your PCs. And it's still free!
Free disk-space analyzer WizTree quickly tells you which files and folders are consuming the most storage.
iTunes no longer offers the option of finding duplicate songs. Fortunately, there are plenty of other ways to do so.
The Archify web service, opening to all after a private beta, records your Web navigation to your specifications and allows you to retrieve and search the records later.
AOL Computer Checkup is one of the most complete diagnostic, optimization, and cleanup tools for Windows—if you really need such a thing. At least it's not expensive ($5 a month).