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Anyone who has needed to create a large number of folders in Windows knows this is a tedious task. Simplify your creation by typing a list of the folder names in a text document, and get a program to do all the manual work.

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If you’re enjoying Windows 8 but you’re not a particularly big fan of the new MetroUI and/or the Ribbon interface, this reader tip will help you disable the features you don’t want.

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Need to extend a deadline, enhance your salary, save your weekend, and more? Then this is the software extension for you!

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Mario uses magic mushrooms to grow larger, but his doctor advises him to stop eating them. What would happen if he ate too many mushrooms though? Watch to find out!

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Android: Don’t rely on simple signal strength meters to explore the Wi-Fi nodes around you. Wi-Fi Analytics is a free and feature-packed Wi-Fi scanner.

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Upon arriving home you look in your messenger bag and your ebook reader is gone. What do you do? This guide highlights what you need to do for the three most popular readers to minimize your losses.

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the sword and the stone [DesktopNexus]

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Think side-to-side cover flow is so last year? Google Books now has a (rather experimental) and flashy new interface styled after a helix. Check out the video to see it in action.

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You either love the new explorer ribbon in Windows 8, or you hate it. For those of you that like it but aren’t quite ready to install it, heres how to get a replica of it in Windows 7.

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When you ping a PC running Windows 8, by default it doesn’t reply to the echo request. This is caused by a firewall rule that blocks all incoming ICMP packets, but this can be changed quickly in the Advanced Firewall Settings instead of disabling the entire firewall.

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Although at-home-printing might be at an all-time low, that doesn’t mean the printer is down and out. This week we want to hear about your home printing setup and what you do to keep costs down.

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Noob roommate kept using IE because he “couldn’t find the Firefox button” on our computer. Problem solved? [via Reddit]

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Fruit makes a great snack when you are busy, so why not bring that yummy goodness to your desktop as well? The Fresh Fruit Theme comes with thirteen wallpapers full of delicious, succulent fruit to tempt the fruit lover in you.

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iPad: You use your iPad, your spouse uses your iPad, so who gets the privilege of having the iPad remember their Facebook and Gmail info? With OurPad, you both do.

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With a little creative modification, an old film camera and flash can be turned into a subtle tool for invisibly hacking other people’s photos.

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Calvin And Hobbes [Wallpaper Abyss]

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Thousands upon thousands of people would go to Google and type in “what is my IP” only to immediately click the first link to find out. Now Google offers the answer right along with your query results.

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Halloween is fast approaching, so why not use this how-to and haunt your friends? A few minutes Photoshop or GIMP handiwork, and you can be making scary pictures to send to everybody you know. Keep reading!

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