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Teach your mouse scroll wheel new tricks with this freebie.
Delete files permanently so that they can't be re-created.
An affordable, but slightly buggy, alternative to Nero and EZMC for users who don't do a lot of content editing.
JuggleMyStuff's Web service helps small businesses share files and track to-dos and appointments.
Microsoft updates Windows Mobile 6.1 with a full HTML browser, and support for Flash and YouTube, among other features.
You may be intrigued by the idea of switching to Linux. But how will you get your job done without your favorite Windows programs? These 18 great open-source apps make life with Linux easier.
This week we check out the first BD-Live disc to see what the big deal is, and then we go game-mod crazy.
Basic text editor and Notepad replacement.
An art gallery has unveiled a collection of images created from the code of various viruses, worms, spam, and other malware.
Keep track of your days with this simple, mouseover calendar.
Easily find and use Shadow Copies of files in Windows Vista.
Remove phony anti-spyware and anti-virus software, and other malware masquerading as useful programs.
Despite the delay, TomTom and Tele Atlas said they remain confident that the Commission will approve the deal.
This week we tune out with more free TV, watch some classic full-motion video games, and celebrate 13-plus years of commanding and conquering the world.
The Air's looks can't be denied, but its performance and expandability are different matters.
The R500 is one of the lightest notebooks with its screen size that we've tested, but its overly flexible screen worries us.
Vista's Service Pack 1 may not give your system much more oomph, but here are other ways to speed Vista up.
See all the programs and services running on your PC.
Play media files with this stripped-down media player, reminiscent of early versions of Windows Media Player.
Power up the Windows clipboard with this freebie.