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Computers today are used for much more than generating documents, writing and receiving email, and surfing the web. We also use them to listen to music, watch movies and TV shows, and to transfer media to and from mobile devices.

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Stone castles are amazing structures in size, longevity, and the unique designs that each one has. Bring these stone goliaths of the past to your desktop with the first in our series of Castles Wallpaper collections.

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Are you looking for a nature filled theme for your desktop? Then the Magic Landscapes theme may be just what you are looking for. This terrific theme comes with seventeen wallpapers showcasing the work of photographer Michael Breitung.

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Why can’t all programs crash this politely? [via Reddit]

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Most of us use anti-virus and malware scanners, without giving the processes behind their construction and deployment much of a thought. Get an inside look at security product development with this BitDefender interview.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share your tips and tricks for keeping your apps organized and accessible; now we’re back to showcase some great reader tips to help you manage your mountain of apps.

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Windows: Free application Screen Tweaker makes it simple to swap out your logon screen wallpaper (as well as tweak other elements of the Windows logon screen).

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Altair is on the run yet again from Italy’s finest and keeps managing to hide in plain sight. But will his luck hold out or will his final attempt to escape end in tragedy?

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If you’re looking for a geeky (and speedy) way to find Waldo, of the Where’s Waldo? fame, this series of Mathematica scripts makes it a snap.

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Friday is finally here again, so take a few minutes to relax and have some fun! In this week’s game you are a pistol carrying sharp-shooter with a mission to eliminate the legion of evil henchmen scattered across different locations. Do you have the skill and patience needed to defeat them?

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Have you ever wanted to have that special “dorm knock” with your router, as to have it only “open the door” when the secret knock has been recognized? How-To Geek explains how to install the Knock daemon on DD-WRT.

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Once a week we round up some great reader tips and share them with everyone; this week we’re looking at telescope laser sights, syncing your desktop with Dropbox, and converting your Kindle Clippings file.

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Ultimate PC Cooling System [via Reddit]

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If you need to extract an icon from a program file or other type of file (such as .dll files), there are many free tools available that make the task easy. However, very few will extract high quality icon images from the files.

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Things can be bad (and frustrating) enough when you have problems with your computer, but what if those events actually crossed over into physical reality?

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This early 20th century sketch showcases the future of books; thankfully the actual delivery of the concept proved to be a bit more lap-friendly.

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