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If you’re looking for a way to take steadier video using your video-enabled DSLR or camcorder, this cheap DIY stabilizer shoulder mounts your camera for jitter-free video.

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Apple users have iTunes to synchronize their media libraries back and forth, but what do Android users have? Google doesn’t provide any official method of synchronization. Enter Synx, a simple, open-source tool for synchronizing your media files and your Android.

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Syncing your existing iOS device with a new computer can be a daunting task, especially when you don’t want to lose any data that’s already on the device. Making the new computer accept your iOS device can be difficult, but certainly not impossible. So let’s go ahead and see how you can sync your existing iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad with a new computer, without losing any existing content on the device.

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Have you ever sent private information to someone, maybe a family member needed your credit card number, and then regretted that you had ever done it. This can all be solved with a self-destructing link.

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The fdisk command is a text-based utility for viewing and managing hard disk partitions on Linux. It’s one of the most powerful tools you can use to manage partitions, but it’s confusing to new users.

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Once a week we round up some of the great reader questions we get in the Ask How-To Geek mailbox and share the solutions with everyone. This week we’re looking at how to export your Google Web History, importing Evernote notebooks to OneNote, and recovering product keys.

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

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New technology brings about new ways of interacting with said technology. Smartphones and tablets might be tiny compared to their massive forefathers but that doesn’t mean we can ignore the way we hold and interact with them.

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In this mid-1990s promotional film you’ll be treated to a first hand tour of Windows 95 by none other than a partial cast of the show Friends.

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If you’re envious of newer model cars with slick LED illumination of the interior spaces, this DIY hack wires in LED foot well and glove box lights to your car’s lighting system.

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While falling under the “just for fun” category, faking a tattoo in Photoshop or GIMP is an exercise that can teach you quite a lot about the program. Here’s how we made a convincing image from a few minutes work.

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By default the Start Menu will automatically arrange your installed programs alphabetically, while this may be the behavior you desire, I know a lot of people who are irritated by it. Here’s how to disable it.

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Google is a powerful tool, but you’re missing out on a lot of that power if you just type words into it. Master Google and find the best results faster with these search tricks.

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Our last edition of WIG for February is filled with news link goodness such as Chrome’s possible new password generator, Mozilla’s upcoming marketplace for open web apps, Canonical’s release of Ubuntu for Android, and more.

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Now that you’ve learned how to take beautiful photographs, you can learn how to use Photoshop, GIMP, Paint.NET, and other editing programs to edit and enhance your images and photos, along with learning some general terminology and information.

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Last month we brought you an awesome set of video game wallpapers by artist Orioto and today we are back with more. Brighten up your desktop with the second in our series of Video Game Remakes Wallpaper collections from Orioto.

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