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We’ll show you here how you can move game progress across Android devices.
There are plenty of games released for the Linux platform this year. From indie hits to glorious RPGs, here are our choices of the best Linux games so far.
Winamp used to be the king of music players for Windows, but no more. Here is our list of favorite free music players for Windows.
Gmail comes with a handy Canned Response feature which you can use in your auto-reply.
There is a laptop available for every budget. If you are looking to buy a laptop in 2018, these are the best laptops for every budget in 2018.
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Windows 10 desktop is capable of changing into something different entirely. Here’s how to install custom Windows 10 themes and things to look out for.
Most image editors you know of are meant for editing photos. For creating a vector image, you should check out this list of free graphic editors that are meant for vector images.
Flushing the DNS cache on a Mac is as easy as running a command through the Terminal window.
There are plenty of good reasons to block applications in Windows 10. Here we’ll show you how to block apps in Windows 10 using the Registry Editor.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could embed a survey form in an email so the recipient would never have to leave the email to fill out the form?
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Using Android, you can easily create homescreen shortcuts to almost anything on your phone. Here’s how.
If you have a docx file, you don’t really need the Microsoft Office suite to open it.
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