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This article was written by our very own Mysticgeek, a big fan of Sleep.FM.

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Earlier last year we looked at Creating a Flow Chart in Word 2007.  Since then I have received a few questions regarding how to make links in Word 2007 Flow Charts, so let’s go back and take a look!

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Earlier last year we looked at Creating a Flow Chart in Word 2007.  Since then I have received a few questions regarding how to make links in Word 2007 Flow Charts, so let’s go back and take a look!

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Have you ever wondered why you can pin applications to the start menu, but you can’t pin folders? There’s a number of articles around that tell you how to pin them using complicated registry hacks, but there’s actually a very simple way to do it.

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Do you have a messy desktop full of icons and shortcuts and are looking for a way to organize them?  Today we will take a look at a solution from Stardock called Fences, which organizes your icons into groups for a more efficient desktop.

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This article was written by our very own Mysticgeek, a huge music fan.

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This article was written by our very own Mysticgeek, a huge music fan.

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One of the most popular articles on this site over the last year has been our must-read feature explaining svchost.exe and why it’s running, and now there’s an even easier way to see what’s going on behind all of those svchost processes in Task Manager.

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One of the most popular articles on this site over the last year has been our must-read feature explaining svchost.exe and why it’s running, and now there’s an even easier way to see what’s going on behind all of those svchost processes in Task Manager.

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There’s nothing to de-stress the end of your week quite like playing an addictive, time-wasting flash game. Combine that with puzzles and bombs, and you’ve got yourself a winner!

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