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Whether it’s the structural layout of your home or just ghosts in the machine, we’re all familiar with inexplicable Wi-Fi dead spots.

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How Many People Are In Space Right Now is a web site with a very focused mission: to keep you abreast of just how many humans are currently exploring space.

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By default Windows 8 only allows you to pin a few file types to the Start Screen. Read on to find out how you can change that by editing the registry.

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This week’s edition of WIG is filled with news link coverage on topics such as Android’s ‘Google Now’ services are headed for Chrome, Microsoft is ready to push Hotmail users to Outlook.com, a 25 GPU setup devours password hashes at up to 348 billion per second, and more.

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If you often open a lot of applications at once, a virtual desktop program can help you keep all those windows on your desktop organized. A virtual desktop program allows you to put open applications into separate virtual desktops, cutting down on your desktop clutter.

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New worlds filled with alien ruins, covered in perpetual twilight, ripe with agricultural harvests, and more are waiting for intrepid explorers like you to explore them. Journey to the far ends of the cosmos and experience new wonders on your desktop with the second in our series of Starscapes Wallpaper collections.

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Exactly what is it that this fiendishly evil virus is supposed to do?

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We’ve all had programs crash on us in Windows at one time or another. You can take the time to manually start the program again, or you can have a simple program like ReStartMe restart it automatically for you.

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It never fails does it? Put those headphones into a pocket for a moment and you regret it forever!

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If you’re a fan of the Portal video game series, this well-executed LEGO stop-motion film combines Portal characters, clever animation, jokes, and even a Black Mesa reference or two.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share what’s on your geeky Christmas list; you responded and we’re back to share your longed for tech goodies.

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Take a tour of common misconceptions in physics–such as the nature of gravity and velocity–with this brief and simply animated video courtesy of MinutePhysics.

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While we all know what happened during the events of the first LOTR movie for the Fellowship, there were some unanswered questions about the Ringwraiths and their activities. Here finally is your opportunity to see what really happened…

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The Lord of the Rings movie franchise was filmed in stunning New Zealand locations. The Hobbit continues that tradition; check out this mini-documentary to see the scouting process and take a sneak peek at the film.

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In this week’s game you join a polar bear in his quest for a warmer place to live. At each stage of the journey you will encounter challenges that need to be overcome in order to continue the journey. Can you figure out the proper courses of action or will you become just another block of ice in the far, far north?

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