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The work week is almost over, but getting through this afternoon may make it feel like the longest afternoon of all! So until you can go home, why not indulge in a bit of stress-relieving, sanity-saving fun with ‘Gears and Chains – Spin It 2′?

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For the last lesson in this Geek School series, we’re going to talk about keeping track of versions in Word and comparing and combining documents.

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Linux systems aren’t as light on disk space as they could be. For example, the APT package manager keeps package files around even after you install them — a waste of space unless you plan on uninstalling and reinstalling them.

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Suppose you have a small horde of programs you want to uninstall on your Windows system, but Windows will only let you uninstall them one at a time. Why is that? What is stopping you from uninstalling multiple programs simultaneously?

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There is no doubt that drinking enough water every day is important, but what happens if you do not get enough, or are unable to drink any water at all? How soon would you begin noticing the effects of dehydration, and what would those effects be? Learn the answers to these questions in today’s video from AsapSCIENCE.

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There are many ways to keep track of your tasks from online, PC, and mobile tools to old-fashioned methods such as post-it notes and scraps of paper. However, if you work in Word often, you can keep track of your tasks directly in Word.

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Restricting and protecting a document ensures you’re the ultimate authority over its progress.

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Chrome OS is based on desktop Linux, so a Chromebook’s hardware will definitely work well with Linux. A Chromebook can make a solid, cheap Linux laptop.

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