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In Windows 8 there is no obvious way of checking how much space each Metro app is taking up–the option is actually hidden away in PC settings, read on to find out how to access it.

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Are you looking for a new nature theme for your desktop? Then make your desktop hum with perfection using the Hummingbirds Theme for Windows 7. The theme comes with eleven images featuring the wonderful photographic work of Desiree Skatvold.

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It’s easy to pin apps and folders to the Metro Start screen in Windows 8. What about your favorite websites? Windows 7 allows you to pin websites to the Taskbar. It’s also easy to pin your favorite websites to the Windows 8 Metro Start screen.

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Agreement (Larger Version) [Manu Cornet - Bonkers World Blog]

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

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The majority of commercial quadcopters use Wi-Fi for remote control and suffer from a fairly limited range. This simple hack uses an Wi-Fi router as an extender to radically expand the range of your copter.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite tricks for staying on top of your tasks with timely reminders. Now we’re back to highlight some great reader tips (including a bit of software older than some of our readers).

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Thanks to the Mars Descent Imager (MARDI) mounted on the fore-port side of Curiosity we’re treated to a high-resolution video of Curiosity’s descent to Mars.

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The cops of Skyrim never know what they will run into next, but things will never be boring while they work! Watch as Skyrim’s finest work to bring peace and justice to the land while on patrol.

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This minimalist infographic does an excellent job showing the size differences, to scale, between the planets in our solar system. Thankfully, it’s not a big-fish/little-fish scenario or Jupiter would eat us all.

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