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Sometimes the need arises to have someone be able to view a document but not be able to edit it.

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When you open an Excel worksheet or change any entries or formulas in the worksheet, Excel automatically recalculates all the formulas in that worksheet by default. This can take a while if your worksheet is large and contains many formulas.

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Whether you’re using Windows 7, Windows 8, or an older version of Windows, Windows contains a variety of system utilities that are well-hidden. Some are buried deep in the Start menu, while others can only be accessed via a command.

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Skype is one of those services that’s loved and hated in equal measure. If you find that you ‘have’ to use it because it is the only way some of your contacts will communicate, you’ll be pleased that it’s no longer necessary to have a messaging client installed – it can all be done from within a browser… with a plugin installed.

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Evil scientists took away his love, freedom, and finally his life…but the story does not end there. They are getting ready to learn the hard way that they messed with the wrong fish as he comes back from the dead! Your job is to help this mistreated fish take on the laboratory’s terrifying creations and monstrosities as he chomps his way to the top of the food chain in his quest for vengeance.

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Are you ready for summer school? Normally the answer to that question would be a resounding no, but this is one time you might be glad to make an exception. Starting June 10th, Google is offering a free online two-week course that will not only be fun, but also help you improve your Google Maps and Google Earth skills.

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From time to time you may be forced into changing your password due to restrictions enforced by a security policy, this means that the credentials you may have saved for an RDP connection will be outdated.

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To find a specific date in the calendar in Outlook, you can scroll through all the weeks and months. Or, you can save some time using the Go To Date feature and enter a date to which you want to jump.

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So you’ve got all your data stored on servers somewhere — your emails at Gmail, photos on Facebook, and passwords in LastPass. But what if one of these services failed and lost your data?

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You have most likely heard of services, such as Dropbox, which are used to keep files in sync across multiple machines. However, what if you want to perform this operation on a single machine? That is, keep files which have the same file name in sync across the machine such that when one of the files changes, they are all updated.

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Today’s Question & Answer session comes to us courtesy of SuperUser—a subdivision of Stack Exchange, a community-driven grouping of Q&A web sites.

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Opera recently surprised people with an announcement that they would stop development of the Presto browser engine and switch to Webkit going forward. Now you can get a first look at the new Webkit-based version of Opera with our quick overview and try it out for yourself using the download link we have to share with you.

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The PortableApps platform is great. It allows you to carry around a bunch of programs on a USB drive and even has its own “Start Menu” that runs in the notification tray. One thing it did lack however, was a feature that allows you to associate file types with a portable application while your USB stick was plugged into a PC.

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The vast majority of Windows applications park their backups and bulky data directories right on the primary partition. This means the precious space on your SSD is chewed up by backups, a less than ideal situation. Read on as we show you how to move your backups to a data disk.

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Google didn’t announce any shiny new Chromebooks at Google I/O. Instead, they highlighted their two big “platforms” — Chrome and Android. Whether you’re using Windows, Linux, or Mac, Google will be bringing the Chrome OS experience to you.

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What do you get when you combine roller coasters, a fun day at the amusement park, and the Peanuts gang together? Snoopy Coaster! Fans of the classic comic and cartoons will enjoy this endless runner featuring favorite characters and familiar scenery from across the years. So sit back, relax, and join Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, and Peppermint Patty on the wildest roller coaster ride ever in this awesome game!

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Firefox 21 was just released and introduced a new feature which submits data to Mozilla by default. Here is to disable it.

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