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One of the new trends in computing is the use of desktop gadgets which are small applications that run on your desktop.  If you like desktop gadgets for work or play today we will check out the ones available from Google and how to get them.

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One of the new trends in computing is the use of desktop gadgets which are small applications that run on your desktop. If you like desktop gadgets for work of play today we will check out the ones available from Google and how to get them.

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As most regular readers know, I’ve recently been able to enjoy a super-slick new Dell laptop—there’s just one small problem: my touchpad simply won’t scroll in Firefox!

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How many times have you clicked on a link to a Wall Street Journal article, only to run smack into their for-pay wall? It’s infuriating, you only get to read a few sentences… but you can read the whole article, legally, for free.

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Earlier this week on Lifehacker I wrote up a few of the really slick features I’ve come to love in Windows 7… but I forgot to mention one tiny feature with a really big impact on how you use your computer.

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We made it to another Friday and today we will look at a great way to let our your frustration by killing zombies in Boxhead The Zombie Wars.

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We made it to another Friday and today we will look at a great way to let our your frustration by killing zombies in Boxhead The Zombie Wars.

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You wish your co-workers and colleagues would send you several documents all zipped into one file, but so often it is not the case.  Here we will look at saving multiple attachments to your hard dive all at once.

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You wish your co-workers and colleagues would send you several documents all zipped into one file, but so often it is not the case. Here we will look at saving multiple attachments to your hard dive all at once.

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Internet Explorer’s “private browsing” mode is an excellent way to hide what you’re looking at from prying eyes, but it’s normally hidden under a menu… but we can make it easier to access.

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