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Is Firefox your favorite browser? Then you will definitely want to have a look at this theme that lets you share your love of Firefox in style. The theme comes with 33 Hi-Res wallpapers, custom Firefox icons, and fun sounds t...

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Who needs to go buy store-bought lights? Here’s a great geek project for the holidays that’s fairly easy to put together with things most geeks already have.

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Google announced their new Chrome Web Store today, with loads of web sites and games that can be installed as applications in your browser, synced across every PC, and customized to launch the way you want them to. Here’s how it all works.

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Here’s a couple of ideas for items that won’t break the bank.

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With Christmas approaching you may be in the mood for something light-hearted and fun to decorate your browser with. The Happy Snow Bears theme will add a playful and seasonal touch to Chrome and Iron Browser.

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Ubuntu Linux uses groups to help you manage users, set permissions on those users, and even monitor how much time they are spending in front of the PC. Here’s a beginner’s guide to how it all works.

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Want to dig into some classic Command & Conquer gaming for free? You can download the full game setup file for Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun to play on your Windows or Linux (with Wine installed) systems.

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Cometary Planet [DesktopNexus]

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Christmas will soon be here and there are lots of cards, invitations, gift tags, photos, and more to prepare beforehand. To help you get ready we have gathered together a great collection of fun holiday fonts to help turn those ordinary looking holiday items into extraordinary looking ones.

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There’s nothing more annoying than saving a file somewhere on your hard drive, and then having to browse for that file again when you’re trying to upload it somewhere on the web. Thankfully Google Chrome makes this process much easier.

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If you’ve got a Verizon Mi-Fi and you’re having problems with it disconnecting all the time, there’s a quick and easy fix—you’ll just need to upgrade the firmware to the latest version. Here’s how to do it, and fix your connection issues.

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If you have upgraded to Firefox 4.0, then you may have noticed that the RSS Button has been removed from the Awesome Bar. All it takes to add that quick access functionality back in is this small extension.

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If you are using the stable version of the Dropbox desktop client and have been looking forward to the new features (and bug fixes for the 0.8.x releases), then your wait is over. Now you can dig into and enjoy wonderful Sele...

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Creating greeting cards can be a lot of DIY fun around the holidays, but printing them can often be a nightmare. This simple How-To will show you how to figure out how to perfectly print your half fold card.

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SCRAT ice age [DesktopNexus]

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Mastering the keyboard will not only increase your navigation speed but it can also help with wrist fatigue. Here are some lesser known Windows shortcuts to help you become a keyboard ninja.

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Of course, this technique is meant for real servers, but if you’ve got a Linux box sitting in your house acting as a home server, you can use it there as well. In fact, since many home ISPs block regular outbound email, you might find this technique a great way to ensure you still get administration emails, even from your home servers.

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How do you know when you’ve passed geek and headed deep into nerd territory? Twaggies explains, with another great illustration.

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With image technology progressing faster than ever, High-Def has become the standard, giving TV buyers more options at cheaper prices. But what’s different in all these confusing TVs, and what should you know before buying one?

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This week we learned how to breathe new life into an aging Windows Mobile 6.x device, use filters in Photoshop, backup and move VirtualBox machines, use the BitDefender Rescue CD to clean an infected PC, and had fun setting up a pirates theme on our computers.

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