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Windows can encrypt entire operating system drives and removable devices with its built-in BitLocker encryption. When TrueCrypt controversially closed up shop, they recommended their users transition away from TrueCrypt to BitLocker.

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Apple’s phone, tablet, and computer-tracking tools are the best in the business. You can remotely locate your device, disable it with a lock and message that persists through factory resets — the so-called “kill switch” — and wipe it.

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Earlier this year we shared a wonderful collection of Rustic Barns wallpapers with you, and today, we are back with more. Journey through the countryside once again on your desktop with the second in our series of Rustic Barns Wallpaper collections.

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A dark prophecy has come to pass and now King Leonidas faces his greatest challenge as the evil lizard men seek to conquer his kingdom. Join the battle and help King Leonidas fight the lizard men with his magic spear Vibrissa in today’s physics-based challenger.

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We’ve arrived at the end of our series and it’s a fitting time to draw back the curtain one last time to see that the desktop is pretty much as you left it in Windows 7. That’s a good thing, and it’s kind of disappointing. On the one hand, the desktop is reliable and staid, on the other, it and the Start screen are of such different worlds, that both can leave users wanting a little more cohesiveness.

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Passwords can be reset or bypassed on every operating system. On Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X, you can gain access to a computer’s unencrypted files after resetting the password — the password doesn’t actually prevent access to your files.

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Searching for a singular file or file type is one thing, but what do you do when you need to search for multiple file types at the same time? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post comes to the rescue for one reader’s file search dilemma.

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