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Microsoft Word is a great tool for working on documents in a team setting. There are many features that support easy collaboration, including templates, changes and revisions tracking, comments, restricting and protecting documents, and comparing and merging documents.

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More Internet service providers are now providing their customers with modems that function as routers — and those units may also be public hotspots. This sort of feature is common in Europe, but it’s now arriving in North America.

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Macs offer excellent built-in encryption support, whether you want to encrypt your entire hard drive, removable drives, or just create an encrypted container for only your most important files. It’s all built in.

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Hard disks, USB drives, SD cards — anything with storage space must be partitioned. An unpartitioned drive can’t be used until it contains at least one partition, but a drive can contain multiple partitions.

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Enterprise Mode is a new feature in Internet Explorer that allows businesses to use old web applications in modern versions of IE. This feature is designed to help businesses who still need Internet Explorer 8 for some reason to upgrade to a more modern, secure browser.

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Going out for a walk on a rainy day can be a very pleasant and relaxing experience, leaving you refreshed and ready to take life on once again. Soak up the relaxing beauty of rainfall on your iPad’s screen with the first in our series of Let it Rain Wallpaper collections.

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The Australis UI is working its way closer to the stable builds channel of Firefox, but one of the useful features from the regular UI is now missing…the Add-on Bar at the bottom of the browser. If you are one of the individuals who found this the perfect place to tuck toolbar icons out of the way, then you will definitely want to install ‘The Addon Bar (restored)’ extension for Firefox!

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