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It’s tough to keep on top of all the new media that comes out; What’s Outt gathers current and future releases for everything from in-theater movies to console games.

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The thought of hand loading 5,000 floppy disks is more than enough to drive an inventive geek to create a better alternative–like this automated floppy disk archiver.

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Last week we talked about how to buy and start a simple website using WordPress. Today, we’ll start customizing our WordPress site and get you off on the right foot to having a great quality, feature rich website.

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This article is for Windows users – 64-bit Linux distributions include 64-bit browsers, so you don’t have to do anything special on Linux.

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Android’s default browser, named “Internet,” is a very simple browser that’s tied to your Android OS version. Other, third-party browsers offer more powerful interfaces, greater configurability, and more frequent updates.

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With April Fool’s Day coming up, we thought we would compile a list of the best humorous images we’ve published on How-To Geek to provide some funny viewing.

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The sun is shining and the waves are gently rolling in as a light wind caresses the beach and all that resides there. Indulge in this classic vacation destination on your desktop with the second in our series of Beaches Wallpaper collections.

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Forest, Trees, Winter, Snow [The Paper Wall]

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Video gear is expensive; save your pennies by building a DIY camera jib for smooth camera movement on a budget.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share your media center setups, tips, and tricks. Now we’re back to share of the great comments you left.

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Note: Comic contains some language that may be considered inappropriate.

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Chrome: Bookmark Sentry, a free Chrome extension, takes the hard work out of checking your bookmark file for bad links and duplicates. Install it, forget about it, and get scheduled reports on the state of your bookmarks file.

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In this week’s game you lead a group of soldiers who must fight the band of pirates that have seized an island. Can you free the island or have the pirates finally found a cozy new home?

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If you long for the days of GNOME 2 and just can’t get along with Unity or GNOME 3, MATE is here to save you. It’s an actively developed fork of GNOME 2, and it’s easily installable on Ubuntu.

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