All browsers support keywords, which you can type into your address bar to quickly search or visit websites. Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer all have their own methods of setting keywords, some more hidden than others.
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Email has become a standard method of communication and we all use it often. We’ve gathered some tips and tricks for using email programs and tools and for learning more about email terms and how email works.
Last year we shared a beautiful collection of Starry Skies wallpapers with you and today we are back with more star-powered goodness. Gaze upon the stars from the comfort of your desktop with the second in our series of Starry Skies Wallpaper collections.
Charms are an important new feature in Windows 8. Some of the charms are context-sensitive, while some aren’t. Some are important on the desktop, while some only work in Metro apps.
Liking Pinterest is one thing, but things get way out of hand when one woman takes her love of the website far too literally (and too far)!
Have your dreams of becoming a Tesla Trooper been thwarted by lack of a good Tesla rifle? Fear not, you can follow in this mad scientist’s foot steps to build your own.
Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite tricks for keeping your gear from getting lost and getting it back should it go missing. Now we’re back to share some great reader tips.
In this week’s game you are a spy whose mission is to infiltrate a building and successfully circumvent all of the security there. Are you quick enough, good enough to stealthily sneak past all of the guards and security cameras there or will you get busted?
From ultrabooks to netbooks, computers are shedding their optical drives. If you still use an occasional CD or DVD, you don’t have to buy an external optical drive – you can share another computer’s optical drive over the network.
Once a week we round up some great reader tips and share them with everyone. This week we’re looking at a cheap DIY setup for “scanning” film negatives and slides, animating GIFs with Android, and pushing RSS feeds to your Kindle.
Sounds about right…