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Sure, you can take your router out of the box, plug it in, and use it with the default settings, but there’s nothing particularly daring or geeky about that. What we’re interested in is all the ways you tweak, enhance, and modify your outer for maximum usefulness.

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Sometimes it is better to just keep your plans (and thoughts) to yourself!

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You may not think that a spell-checker is useful in a browser, but if you use a lot of forms online (for comments, forums, etc.), and you use Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), you may want to install Speckie.

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A fun mix of Simpsons footage and the Apollo 13 movie trailer.

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Co-Optimus is an excellent resource for gamers interested in co-operative gaming and includes search tools for every major platform, search parameters to drill down through the results, and co-op game reviews.

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Originally introduced by Philip Electronics, Ambilight is a simple system of LED lighting on the back of an HDTV monitor which extends the color scheme of the individual video frames out beyond the actual physical screen. In ...

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Autumn Road [DesktopNexus]

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Prior to this update Google+ allowed you to lock a comment to prevent sharing and turn off comments, but only after you’d published it. Now you can do it from the start.

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If you have a large amount of data you wish to burn to disc and it won’t fit on a single DVD or CD, you can make the process easier by using burning software that supports disc spanning. Here’s how to do it.

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Expand the power of XBMC, the popular open-source media center software, by taking advantage of the add-on system and these great add-ons. Read on to get started using XBMC add-ons.

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View the Large Version (1035*1600 pixels)

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If you work with long documents in Word and prefer not to use Master Documents or separate files, you can use bookmarks to jump to specific places in your document.

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Scorpion decides to drop by Mario Land to demonstrate the ‘Mortal Kombat’ way of conquering a level. Are his methods effective and could Mario learn a thing or two from him? Watch to find out!

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There are plenty of software-based temperature monitoring solutions, fewer hardware-based solutions, and even fewer hardware solutions that include prominent visual indicators. This DIY hack changes the lighting on your case ...

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If you’re looking for a simple no-frills countdown timer, Timerr is a web-based solution that’s as easy to use as setting a physical kitchen timer.

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Bio Hazard Log On Screen [deviantART]

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Star Wars fan or not, the Imperial March is an instantly recognizable tune for millions of people. In this extremely geeky video two 3.5″ floppy drives work in tandem to play it.

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The quest for the Triforce continues as Link and Zelda battle Ganondorf and work to save the land of Hyrule from his evil plans of conquest. Now you can bring the magic and adventure of Hyrule to your desktop with our Legend of Zelda Customization set.

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So far we have shown you how to setup a classic dual-boot for Windows 8, and we even showed you how to do it without creating a new partition. If you still aren’t sold on the new version of Windows, here’s how to remove it entirely.

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