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When Windows 8 was released, users were left confused and wanting for ways to control their devices. Actual guides to how to access the Control Panel were written and, even today, if you’re an established Windows user, the jump to Windows 8 can feel a little disorienting at first.

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Windows 7 and 8 create a special “System Reserved” partition when you install them on a clean disk. Windows doesn’t assign a drive letter to these partitions, so you’ll only see them when you use Disk Management or similar utility.

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There is nothing quite like finding the perfect resource guide for your favorite Windows system, office suite, or other Windows-based utilities. With that in mind, the links for a massive collection of 130 free Microsoft books, resource guides, and step-by-steps have been gathered into one place for you to pick and choose from with ease!

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By default, Ubuntu is configured to always prompt you with a confirmation dialog box with two choices when you want to shut down or restart your computer. The same thing happens when you log out of your account or lock your session.

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It’s safe to say by now, that getting to know Windows 8.1 relies almost entirely on the Start screen environment. While we cover some desktop aspects in the final two lessons, we operate under the assumption that despite Microsoft’s acquiescence to traditional Windows users, Windows itself will continue to evolve with touch in mind.

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Older Android devices support USB mass storage for transferring files back and forth with a computer. Modern Android devices use the MTP or PTP protocols — you can choose which one you prefer.

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With all the trouble one can run into on the Internet, it is always a good idea to have as secure of a connection as possible. But what do you do when your browser says a secure website is not fully secure? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a worried reader’s question.

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Sooner or later we all find ourselves in a bit of a spot and need a quick way to get through a power outage, finding the right direction to go without a compass on hand, dealing with insects when outdoors, etc. Today’s video from Household Hacker has seven useful survival-type tips to help out when you find yourself in a bind.

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