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Recently we explained what RSS Feeds are and how you can benefit from them, and today we are back to show you how you can get all your RSS Feeds displaying on your desktop. Read on to find out how.

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Access an encrypted home directory when you’re not logged in – say, from a live CD – and all you’ll see is a README file. You’ll need a terminal command to recover your encrypted files.

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We have shown you a lot of tips and tricks here at How-To Geek that require the modification of  a Group Policy Object. Over time you may have wondered which Group Policy settings you have edited–so here’s how to figure that out.

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Our latest edition of WIG is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as web apps are now available for Firefox 16 nightly builds, Google has acquired Quickoffice & Meebo, ad networks are going around Apple to track iOS users, and more.

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Steam is generally pretty stable, but every now and then you’ll run into a problem. This guide gives solutions to common problems you’ll encounter in Steam, from games crashing or not working properly to Steam failing to launch.

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Is your desktop so cluttered you can’t find anything? Is your Start menu so long you have to scroll to see what programs are there? If so, you probably need an application launcher to organize your desktop and make your life easier.

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Sunsets can turn the sky into a work of art as day slowly fades into night and taking a moment to enjoy the beauty can be the perfect way to end the day. Bring this peaceful time of day to your desktop with the first in our series of Sunsets Wallpaper collections.

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Ubuntu offers to encrypt your home directory during installation. The encryption has some drawbacks – there’s a performance penalty and recovering your files is more difficult. If you change your mind later, you can remove the encryption without reinstalling Ubuntu.

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The Fortress of Pinterest has grown strong and serves as a safe haven for the women of the internet, but the trolls, memers, and more have united in an effort to invade and conquer Pinterest once and for all. Will the invadin...

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Hyperion, Starcraft, Starship, Spaceship, Planet, Space [The Paper Wall]

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On a more serious note, if you’re looking to increase your password strength and variety, make sure to check out our roundup of password best practices.

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Throw some LEDs in helium balloons, string them together in a pixel-style grid, and you’ve got yourself a massive and glowing 8-bit sprite (in this case, a giant Super Mario). Read on to watch the video and see how you can build your own.

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We’ve all been there: frustrated and trying free a new purchase from it’s plastic clamshell jail. You’re not alone, the packaging design has been voted the worst in history.

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We have all been there…finding ourselves needing to reset a password and suffering through the process of creating a password that the online service will accept. You will certainly feel some sympathy watching this youn...

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If you’re looking for a DIY way to hook up your classic Nintendo controllers for use in modern emulation programs, this hack allows you to use them without modifying the original casing or cables.

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