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Now that the holidays are over and your shiny new iPhone has had time to get settled in, you are likely tired of the default wallpapers and ready for something fresh. Bring the beauty of the outdoors to your iPhone’s screen with the first in our series of Views of Nature Wallpaper collections.

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Windows 8 shows desktop application shortcuts on its Start screen, but these shortcuts look out of place in the new, tile-based interface. However, there is a way to spruce up your Start screen with detailed tile icons for your desktop applications.

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We’ve put together a quick poll that you can answer, but you are more than welcome (and encouraged) to also leave an answer in the Other slot, or even as an anonymous comment to this article. (Note that comments might not show up on the site right away, but rest assured that we’ll see them).

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Courier has been the standard font choice when it comes to manuscripts, screenplays, and written papers, but has started to show its age with advances in technology. Enter Courier Prime, an improved, optimised, and balanced v...

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What could be more fun than watching your favorite movies? Seeing standout scenes from them transposed into Google Street View! Now you can test your movie scene trivia skills with this awesome set of images and find out if y...

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Premium [For Lack of a Better Comic Blog]

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A graphics driver is the software that allow your operating system and programs to use your computer’s graphics hardware. If you play PC games, you should keep your computer’s graphics drivers updated to get the best performance out of your hardware.

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File compression is so ubiquitous that it is now built into many operating systems as a standard feature. Zip files are generally the default archival format – occasionally replaced by RARs – but KGB Archiver is a tool that offers unparalleled levels of compression, although it does come at quite a price.

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If you frequently use applications that prompt you to engage administrative privileges, it can put a kink in your workflow. Is it possible to disable the administrative nagging in Windows 8?

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Fantasy, Ocean [Wallpaper Abyss]

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Today is the mark of a new age [via MUO]

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I saw its life flash before my eyes [CommitStrip Blog]

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Compared to a PC, phones and tablets are fairly locked-down devices. Jailbreaking, rooting, and unlocking are all ways of bypassing their limitations, and doing things that manufacturers and carriers don’t want you to do.

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The idea of running server-side apps is nothing new, but it’s not really a concept that is readily associated with everyday applications such as OpenOffice. There are various online apps available – like Google Docs – but Spoon.net gives you access to a wider range of familiar titles that can be run in the cloud.

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The ‘Pit of Death’ level is pure insanity…

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There’s some 81 million unique IP addresses that expose UPnP functionality from the internet, and more than 6900 different devices are potentially vulnerable, at least, to being hacked from the outside. This means, theoretically, that your router could end up being hacked to forward ports from the outside world, which leaves you open to more hacking.

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Careful or you will never get your work finished!

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One of the nice things about Firefox is that it is completely customizable. We recently showed you how to change the look of the orange Firefox menu button. You can also customize the items available on the menu itself by adding, removing, and rearranging the options.

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