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If you use Internet Explorer 9, we have many tips and tricks for you to improve your web surfing experience, from customizing the interface to using the many features, and to make your time online more secure with IE9’s many security and privacy enhancements.

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Last year we shared a gorgeous collection of Moonlit Nights wallpapers with you and today we are back with more Lunar goodness. Turn your desktop into a night-time paradise with the second in our series of Moonlit Nights Wallpaper collections.

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If you’re a PC gamer, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Valve’s Steam and use it regularly. Steam includes a variety of cool features that you might not notice if you’re just using it to install and launch games.

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Forgetting your password is always a pain, but luckily there’s an easy way to reset your Domain Administrator password. All you need is a copy of the Windows Server 2008 R2 installation disk and one simple command line trick.

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Pacman [The Paper Wall]

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Sub-Zero and Liu Kang are in the middle of a serious round of combat when an unexpected problem occurs. Sub-Zero apparently decided to keep his glasses in his pocket and one bicycle kick later they are history. Will this be t...

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Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

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According to the puppets in this tongue-in-cheek PSA, you’d better start shooting your video in the right orientation or very bad things–potentially involving George Lucas–will come to pass.

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Back in 1982, Jeff Broz and a group of his friends heard the next Star Wars film was being shot out in the California desert so they did what any fan would do; they trekked out into the desert and crashed the set.

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Many older flashes lack for a jack to input a sync cable and rely exclusively on a simple slave mode triggered by the primary flash. This hack uses a piece of scrap fiber optic cable to trigger the flash in bright conditions.

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Ray Bradbury wrote about many wonderful items of technology in his stories of the future, but you may be surprised to see just how many of them have become reality.

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This Inception-inspired short film combines LEGO and CGI to great effect.

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In this week’s game you indulge in sugary-sweet fun as you control the direction sugar flows while working to fill all the empty cups waiting for you. Whether it is a downward flow, redirected off-screen and back, reverse gravity, or teleportation you will certainly find your ingenuity tested as you try to win before the flow of sugar runs out!

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Windows RT is a special edition of Windows 8. It runs on ARM and you’ll find it alongside Intel x86 machines in stores, but you’ll be surprised just how much Windows RT differs from the Windows you know.

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This week we’re taking a look at multi-monitor computer gaming goodness, a simple trick to make Super Glue stronger, and a lightweight app to download all the photos from a Tumblr blog.

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Are you ready for a Marvel super hero blast from the past? Then sit back and get ready to enjoy twenty-two minutes of classic radio show goodness from 1975 as the Fantastic 4 meets the Moleman!

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Have you tried one of the Windows 8 Preview releases and found you like the Charms bar on the Metro Start Screen? If you’re not quite ready to give up Windows 7, there is a way to get the Charms bar from Windows 8.

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There are times when you find out that ignorance was true bliss…

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