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There’s no need to drop $20+ on a tablet stands; this $3 DIY version is sturdy, cheap, and sports a slim profile.

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If you find yourself wishing the Olympic games had more chip-tunes and big block pixels floating around, well then, this video’s for you.

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These parents took a page from the book of Vader and found new ways to motivate the ‘troops’ when displeased with the lack of progress on chores!

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If you’re, well, a bit curious how NASA is going to pull off landing the largest space rover ever constructed safely on the surface of Mars, William Shatner and Wil Wheaton face off to bring you the facts.

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Use the Nexus Root Toolkit to quickly root your Nexus devices, whether you’ve got a Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus, or even a Nexus S. Rooting allows you to use powerful apps that don’t work in Android’s default sandbox.

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Have you ever needed to clean someone’s PC but you wanted to do it from your computer instead of theirs? Here’s how you can remotely execute CCleaner on any Windows PC you have network access to.

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Programs written for previous versions of Windows will not function in Windows 8 unless you have an older version of the .Net Framework installed. You can easily run both the new and older versions of the framework at the same time.

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The Internet Map is an interactive chart that maps out, via weighted circles, 350,000 web sites in relationship to each other. Zoom around the map to see the, often surprising, connections between your favorite web sites.

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What if the sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey was remixed in the style of modern high-adrenaline movie trailers? This remix shows us.

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Do you always have a lot of tabs open in your browser? If your browser has crashed on you causing you to lose your open tabs, or you’ve accidentally closed the browser, don’t panic. There is a solution.

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In Windows there is no way to natively send mail from the Command Prompt, but because PowerShell allows you to use the underlying .Net Framework, you can easily create and send an  e-mail from the command line.

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We tend to use the command prompt quite a lot here at How-To Geek, so we decided to show you 5 tricks we use in the command prompt that you might not know–read on to find out what they are.

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Our last edition of WIG for July is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as Google is testing a new layout design on its search results page, Microsoft’s new Office Web Apps are available to try out, a new Android malware is tricking users with real Opera Mini, and more.

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Flash may not be important in the future – but a lot of websites want it today. If you’re not ready to give up Flash just yet, you can install Flash on your Nexus 7, even if Adobe doesn’t approve.

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