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Top Tips For Android Security Perfect Android security isnâ€™t possible, but Android users can do a lot to bulk up their Android device.
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Top Tips For Migrating from Windows to Linux Migrating from Windows to Linux isn't hard, as long as you keep these tips in mind.
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Critical flaw puts 500 million WinRAR users at risk of being pwned by unzipping a file A critical remote code execution flaw in WinRAR could put 500 million users at risk of having their computers compromised if they simply open an infected zipped file, but the company behind WinRAR basically blew off the vulnerability.
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How to get Windows 10 help | Windows 10 free tech support: where to find Windows 10 troubleshooting and fixes Windows 10 is new and new software tends to have a few teething troubles. We explain how to get help and advice with Windows 10 including contacting Microsoft Support (Answer Tech) and other avenues you can pursue.
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The beginner's guide to installing Windows 10 Upgrading to Windows 10 is really easy, but to ensure things go smoothly, be sure to follow our easy step-by-step guide.
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Office 2016 for Mac users plagued by crashes after upgrading to OS X El Capitan Unclear whether Microsoft or Apple is at fault for irregular crashes of Outlook, Excel and Word.
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Why your Linux PC isn't vulnerable to the devastating XOR DDoS malware Yes, there's a nasty new botnet infecting Linux devices, but your personal PC is probably safe. Here's why.
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Renee Becca is an all-in-one backup solution for Windows Renee Becca is the world's most advanced data backup software according to Reneelab, lets see if that holds after our review of the program. Renee Becca is available as a free and commercial version.
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Dropbox Alternatives for Linux Users Sure, Dropbox is easy to use, but what about alternatives focused on Linux users?
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Real-Time E-Book Editing With Calibre If youâ€™ve worked with e-books, you know that editing them can be a work-flow nightmare. You format the book, save it, convert it, and check it out. When you find issues, you then must reformat, save again, reconvert, and recheck. This can become quite tedious when you run into stubborn or numerous formatting errors that slip through the cracks.
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Google's 17th Birthday In the world of computer programming, 17 is widely considered the least random number. To assume we made it this far without a little luck, though, would be like assuming lava lamps, turtlenecks, and servers held together by building blocks are harbingers of success. For our 17th birthday, we offer a glimpse into our humble beginnings, when branded hockey jerseys were cool and Savage Garden had a number-one single.
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What's new (and still to come) in Microsoft's Office 2016 for Windows MIcrosoft's Office 2016 suite for Windows 7, 8 and 10 PCs and tablets is generally available today. Here's what's new and what's still to come for Office users
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Here's how to get rid of Internet Explorer Why does Windows 10 force you to have both Edge and Internet Explorer on your PC?
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Apple ships iOS 9.0.1 to fix bug that paralyzed some iPhones Apple today shipped the first update for iOS 9 to fix several bugs, including one that prevented some from installing the new OS.
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Why Windows 10 is the most secure Windows ever With Device Guard and Credential Guard, Windows enjoys unprecedented protection from malware and advanced persistent threats.
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Malware implants on Cisco routers revealed to be more widespread Attackers have installed malicious firmware on nearly 200 Cisco routers used by businesses from over 30 countries.
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Firefox 41: Find out what is new Mozilla plans to release Firefox 41 Stable to the public on September 22, 2015. This article walks you through all important changes, features and everything else that is new.
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Worried about Windows 10 privacy? Use Linux On the surface, everything is peachy-keen. Sadly, under the hood, there are some legitimate privacy concerns.
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Apple removes malicious programs after first major attack on app store Several apps infected by malware dubbed XcodeGhost in first case of large numbers of malicious software making their way past Appleâ€™s defences
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Windows 10, the stealth OS Whether we want it or not, Microsoft has been downloading Windows 10 to our Windows 7 and 8.x PCs.
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8 ways to fend off spyware, malware, and ransomware Here are some painless precautions you can follow that might help keep you step ahead of cyber attacks.
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Who Created the Internet? Development of the technologies that became the Internet began decades ago. "Internet" was originally coined in the 1970s. At that time, only the very meager beginnings of a public global network were in place. Throughout the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, a number of smaller national networks like ARPANET, BITNET, CSNET, and NSFNET evolved, merged, or dissolved, then finally joined with non-US networks to form the global Internet.
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Why you should ditch OpenOffice and use the free LibreOffice suite OpenOffice was the first big, mainstream free software competitor to Microsoft Office, and because of that, it still has mainstream name recognitionâ€”which is a problem.
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Remove unwanted Windows 10 upgrade files from Windows 7 and Windows 8.x Microsoft has reportedly been downloading Windows 10 installation files on to computers running Windows 7 and 8.x, regardless of whether the users plan to upgrade to the new OS or not.
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How to download the last three versions of Windows officially at no cost I can remember a time when OEMs shipped full installation discs with their new hardware. One of the reasons I purchased Gateway devices was because they always included that install disc which would allow me to do a full clean install anytime I wanted.
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How to Use the BitDefender Rescue CD to Clean Your Infected PC When youâ€™ve got a PC completely infected with viruses, sometimes itâ€™s best to reboot into a rescue disc and run a full virus scan from there. Hereâ€™s how to use the BitDefender Rescue CD to clean an infected PC.
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Android ransomware changes a device's PIN code Researchers at security company ESET have found a type of malware that changes an Android device's PIN, the first of its kind in an ever-evolving landscape of ransomware attacks.
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The truth about Windows 7 and 8.1 'spy patches' KB 3068708, 3022345, 3075249, 3080149 The patches are opt-in, easily turned off, and part of a long-established campaign of gathering data under the CEIP.
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10 easy steps to clean your infected computer You log onto your computer and it takes forever to boot. When it finally does, a few unfamiliar applications litter your desktop, and your browser immediately sends you to an ad for hair loss products.
Sounds like your PC has a problem with malware.
So what should you do? Before you flip out, try these simple steps to clean up your infected computer.
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The difference between antivirus and anti-malware It seems like a simple question, right? What's the difference between antivirus and anti-malware? But ask a security professional, and he answers as if it's the riddle of the Sphinx. You just want a simple answer to a simple question. Is that too much to ask?
The truth is, the answer to this question is a little complicated.We'll tell you what viruses and malware are, which types of threats antivirus and anti-malware companies fight, and how they do it. So look no further.
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Linux Lite "A delightful, tasteful distro that makes Linux feel like a breath of fresh air. Linux Lite is a distro that finds favour wherever itâ€™s installed, but for some odd reason is often left to one side, or forgotten completely when the talk turns to fresh, lightweight and manageable desktops. Weâ€™ve no idea why, but suffice to say that the new version of the distro is an exceptionally good example of what can be achieved when the right combinations of desktop, tools, programs and ideas come together."
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Ashampoo free AntiSpy program for Windows 10 Ashampoo AntiSpy for Windows 10 is a new free program for Microsoft's operating system that you can use to tame the system.
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Microsoft Security Bulletins For September 2015 The patch day overview for September 2015 provides you with everything you need to know in regards to security and non-security patches that Microsoft released this month.
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Kaspersky Lab pushes out emergency patch for critical flaw A vulnerability in Kaspersky's antivirus products could be exploited to compromise computers.
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Blockers not blocking ads on YouTube in Chrome? Try this fix! If you are running a recent version of the Google Chrome web browser and a blocker extension such as uBlock to block advertisement and other undesirable elements on websites, you may have noticed that the blocking did not work as thoroughly as before.
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Improve your privacy in Microsoft Edge with these settings Microsoft Edge is a slimmed down browser that is still in development. Microsoft has big plans for Edge, extension support is one of the main goals for instance which should give the browser a big boost in popularity.
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6 new Google Drive features you need to know about Just in time for the school year, Google's added new features to Docs, Sheets and Slides, its online productivity tools. But you don't have to be a student to use these cool new features, since they're available to anyone with a Google account.
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How to cure Windows 10's worst headaches These tips and tricks can help you overcome Windows 10's niggling hassles.
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How to get the most out of your inkjet printer Printers are probably one of the most hated pieces of consumer electronics. Most of the time we can live without them, but when we need them, we really need them, and more often than not, that's the time when they decide to play up.
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Donâ€™t check that box! Windows 7 patch KB 3083324 sneaks in If you woke up this morning to a barely described Windows 7 patch, you arenâ€™t alone.
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How to make Windows 10â€™s search lightning fast and more useful Find out how to tweak the search in Windows 10 to improve its results and make it faster at the same time.
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Move files from old Windows PCs to new ones with free PCmover Express PCmover Express has been designed to move files from old Windows systems, starting with Windows XP, to new devices running Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.
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Intel packs Skylake CPU with innovations as PC industry hopes to reboot "Itâ€™s the best processor weâ€™ve ever done," said Intel's Kirk Skaugen. Move over, Broadwell: this is what the PC industry wants you to buy.
Intelâ€™s Skylake CPUs aspire to nothing less than a complete overhaul of the PC, from performance to connectivity, security, and more. After rushing through its Broadwell generation, however, Intelâ€™s been more careful in introducing its new flagship. It started with just a few gaming PCs at Gamescon. Intel meted out a few more key details at its Intel Developer Forum in August. As of Wednesday at IFA in Berlin, we have a nearly complete picture: its speeds, feeds, and prices, as well as much more about the internal designâ€”and the hopes and dreams riding on this new family of chips.
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Former Apple CEO launches stylish Android phones This story is the epitome of why I love open source: Anyone can take anything from it and build on top of it. And that's exactly what former CEO of Apple John Sculley is doing through his Obi Worldphone.
Obi Worldphone has introduced two high-quality, premium-designed smartphones -- SF1 and SJ1.5 -- targeted at Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
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How Linux was born, as told by Linus Torvalds himself Many people have read that post by Linus Torvalds in the comp.os.minix newsgroup on Usenet, or at least heard about it. Many more are aware of how that (free) operating system ended up taking over vast swathes of the computing world, and becoming both "big" and "professional." But what about before that famous moment? What were the key events that led to Linus creating that first public release of Linux?
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How to Ready Yourself for Linux: Nine Tips The better you prepare, the more easily you can decide if Linux is for you.
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5 Reasons Why Firefox is Better than Chrome As of August 2015, it is reported that this Chrome browser has a market share of about 56%, making it the most dominant web browser on desktops.
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Itâ€™s not just Windows 10, Windows 7 and 8 are also tracking you â€“ hereâ€™s how to stop them Windows 10â€™s warm reception has been sullied by concerns over data collection, usage tracking and spying, which is enabled in the new operating system by default.
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Pinguy OS linux Pinguy OS an out-of-the-box working operating system for everyone, not just geeks
This OS is for people that have never used Linux before or for people that just want an out-of-the-box working OS without doing all the tweaks and enhancements that everyone seems to do when installing a fresh copy of Ubuntu or other Linux based Distro\'s.
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Happy Birthday to Linux! 24 years ago yesterday, Linus Torvalds released Linux to the world with a simple email. In the ensuing years, Linux has grown to be one of the most significant economic achievements in the past 20 years and has revolutionized the way we use open source to drive innovation.
This quick video demonstrates why Linux and open source is one of the most exciting, rewarding places to build a career. Check it out!
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Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4 for Windows 10 released The program is a classic tweaking software that serves a different purpose than the half dozen privacy programs released for Windows 10 in the past couple of weeks.
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Is Linux Right For You? Not everyone should opt for Linux -- for many users, remaining with Windows or OSX is the better choice.
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Windows 10 isnâ€™t really free Sure, you can go snag a free Windows 10 upgrade right now if youâ€™re running Windows 7 or Windows 8â€”but that doesnâ€™t mean Windows 10 is free. Buying a fresh Windows 10 license still costs $100-plus, and PC makers still pay Microsoft a fee for each and every computer that ships with Windows installed. Linux is free. The Windows 10 upgrade is only â€śfreeâ€ť for people who have already purchased a Windows license, be it via a standalone license or bundled with a premade PC.
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How To Recover From a Frozen Windows Update Installation Most of the time, Windows Update does its job with little attention from us.
Sometimes however, when the patch, or maybe even service pack, is being installed during shutdown or startup, the update installation stops - freezes, locks up, hangs, clocks, whatever you want to call it.
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Best Lightweight Linux Distros You might wonder why you should care about lightweight Linux distributions in the era of multicore processors and inexpensive RAM. Basically, there are three points that make lightweight distros important: 1) They can revive old hardware, bringing new life into it; 2) They can power modern, but low-power systems such as Raspberry Pi; and 3) They can run on the most powerful modern hardware, reserving resources for users instead of consuming them themselves.
Here are some handpicked Linux distro
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Make UAC prompts less intrusive on Windows 10 Microsoft introduced the User Account Control (UAC) in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 to block activities requiring administrative privileges on Windows systems until an administrator permits them.
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The dummyâ€™s guide to a first-time Linux install. Itâ€™s easier than you think. If youâ€™re on the fence about trying out Linux, hereâ€™s what you need to push you over. Grab a spare USB drive as we help you dive right in.
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How to get rid of the 'Your upgrade to Windows 10 is ready' lock Did you sign up for the Windows 10 upgrade, but change your mind? This may fix your Win7/8.1 updater.
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10 reasons you shouldn't upgrade to Windows 10 You may be better off sticking with Win7 or Win8.1, given a wide range of Win10 trade-offs and shortcomings.
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Microsoft pushes out emergency patch MS15-093 for critical Internet Explorer vulnerability Microsoft published a new out of band security bulletin today that informs about a newly detected critical security vulnerability in the company's Internet Explorer web browser.
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Edge browser fails to win over Windows 10 users Even with aggressive setup switching, Edge has been adopted by a minority of those running Windows 10, according to two metrics vendors
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The free and easy way to back up your iPhone photos Running out of space on your phone? There's a hassle-free way to preserve precious photos before deleting them.
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Ubuntu vs Mint: Which one is better? Not everyone that moves away from Windows necessarily buys a mac. And if you still like your old computer but donâ€™t want it running a Microsoft operating system anymore, then installing Linux may well be the way ahead.
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New google - Alphabet ! Google is restructuring itself under a new umbrella company called Alphabet, with CEO Larry Page and co-founder Sergey Brin as leaders overseeing a group of companies.
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5 urgent questions about Windows 10 answered It's about a month since Windows 10 launched and the early reviews are mostly positive.
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iOS 8.4.1 Rolls Out With Apple Music Fixes Apple on Thursday released iOS 8.4.1, which brings several improvements and fixes for its new Apple Music streaming service.
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Microsoft Security Bulletins For August 2015 This is the Microsoft patch overview for August, 2015. It reviews all security and non-security patches that the company has made available for its Windows operating system and other company products.
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Tails, The Amnesic Incognito Live System, version 1.5, is out. Tails is a live system that aims to preserve your privacy and anonymity. It helps you to use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship almost anywhere you go and on any computer but leaving no trace unless you ask it to explicitly.
It is a complete operating system designed to be used from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card independently of the computer's original operating system. It is Free Software and based on Debian GNU/Linux.
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Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS released Adam Conrad, on behalf of the Ubuntu Release team, announces the release
of Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS. He says, "We have expanded our hardware
enablement offering since 12.04, and with 14.04.3, this point release
contains an updated kernel and X stack for new installations to support
new hardware across all our supported architectures, not just x86."
Adam's post also offers advice on which Ubuntu versions/flavors are
available, from where the ISOs can be downloaded,
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VLC Media Player for Windows updated VLC Media Player is one of the most popular all-in-one players for Windows. It is available as a desktop program but also as an app in Windows Store on Windows 8.1 and newer.
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How to uninstall Windows 10 and go back to Windows 7 or 8 Did you upgrade to Windows 10 and regret it? You can go back to your older operating system in a few clicks.
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Six outdated myths about Linux In today's open source roundup: Six myths about Linux that aren't true.
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Making The Most of Skype on Linux Although Skype is owned by Microsoft, it is still one of the most popular VOIP clients/services available. And with good reason. You can use Skype on nearly every platform on the market, it makes for an outstanding interview platform, and itâ€™s incredibly easy to use. Of course, using Skype means you must be okay with proprietary software
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Dual-booting Linux with Windows: What you need to know Windows 10 or Linux Mint? You can have it both ways, but there are a few tricks for doing it right.
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SystemRescueCd SystemRescueCd is a Linux system rescue disk available as a bootable CD-ROM or USB stick for administrating or repairing your system and data after a crash. It aims to provide an easy way to carry out admin tasks on your computer, such as creating and editing the hard disk partitions. It comes with a lot of linux software such as system tools (parted, partimage, fstools, ...) and basic tools (editors, midnight commander, network tools). It can be used for both Linux and windows computers,
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New zero-day attack threatens fully patched OS X Roughly two weeks ago, German security researcher Stefan Esser published details of a zero-day vulnerability in OS X.
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Is Your Printer Ready for Windows 10? Microsoft's newest OS is available for free. Before you download, make sure it will play nicely with your printer.
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Your guide to Windows 10 Windows 10's new features, how they work and how you can make them work for you.
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Must-Know Linux Commands For New Users One of the beauties of Linux-based systems is that you can manage your entire system right from the terminal using the command line. The advantage of using the command line is that you can use the same knowledge and skills to manage any Linux distribution.
This is not possible through the graphical user interface (GUI) as each distro, and desktop environment (DE), offers its own user interfaces. To be clear, there are cases in which you will need different commands to perform certain tasks on d
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5 heroes of the Linux world http://www.itworld.com/article/2955001/linux/5-heros-of-the-linux-world.html#slide1
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6 Linux-based mobile operating systems Linux pretty much owns modern computing. Everything from mighty supercomputers to puny routers run on Linux -- in many cases users aren't even aware they're using Linux.
One area where Linux clearly dominates the consumer space is
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10 Tips to Help You Get the Most Out of Windows 10 Windows 10 combines the best of Windows 7 with the innovations of Windows 8. Here's how to use it to the fullest.
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Everything you need to know about Windows 10 Your starting point for learning all there is to know about Windows 10.
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Windows 10 review: Hold off if you use Windows 7 Windows 10 is what Windows 8 should have been, but it has too many rough edges to attract Windows 7 users. Continuous upgrades could change that as early as this fall.
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What Is Jott? An Intro to the Messaging App Teens Are Loving When it comes to predicting what the next big social app is going to be, teens are always right on the ball before everyone else. Instagram, Kik Messenger, Snapchat, Yik Yak, you name it -- they all start with a young audience and blow up from there.
The latest one is called Jott,
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How to Change Your Windows 10 Wallpaper Microsoft went to a great deal of effort to create the "Desktop Hero" wallpaper that comes standard with Windows 10.
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Don't bother with Microsoft Windows 10 until you read this This OS release might fix many problems and resolve some usability problems, but make sure you look before you leap.
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How to customize the Windows 10 Start Menu the Windows 10 Start Menu is not identical to the start menu you know from Windows 7 or earlier versions of Windows, and it is not identical to the Start Screen interface of Windows 8 either. It is a hybrid that combines elements of both worlds in a single interface
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How to do a clean install of Windows 10 Microsoft released a tool yesterday that enables you to create installation media, an ISO image or USB files, so that you can use it to upgrade existing Windows systems or clean install Windows 10.
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How to download Windows 10 and create installation media Windows 10 is finally available and while many users have seen their machines get upgraded automatically to the new operating system, some have reported errors and issues that prevented the upgrade from completing successfully.
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Windows 10 tested: How performance on the new operating system compares to Windows 8 We took some of our favorite Windows 8 PCs and upgraded to Windows 10 in order to test application performance.
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You don't need the Windows 10 free copy icon anymore Looking for the missing free copy icon? It's been replaced. There's a new direct link that works like a champ.
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Which is the best Linux distro for a new user? There are hundreds of Linux-based distributions out there and itâ€™s hard to pick the right one, but I did.
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9 reasons not to upgrade to Windows 10 -- yet Many Windows users are looking forward to the imminent release of Microsoft's new operating system. But they may want to wait.
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Can My PC Run Windows 10? Here's what you need to know to make sure your desktop, laptop, or tablet can handle Windows 10.
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Windows 10: Fact vs. fiction With Win10 slated to drop July 29, we give you the straight dope on support, upgrades, and the state of the bits.
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