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How to: Disk partitioning for Linux and Windows dual-booting   

One of the most confusing and intimidating parts of installing Linux for dual-booting with Windows is the disk partitioning required.

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Published on June 27, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
Foxit Reader 8.0 Introduces ConnectedPDF Collaboration, Adds Touch Mode Support   

A long time favorite for Adobe Reader users who were looking for an alternative, Foxit Software has unveiled Foxit Reader 8.0, the latest version of its PDF viewer and creator for Windows PCs. The reader, renowned for its lightweight and speedy nature, introduces support for Foxit's new online ConnectedPDF Document Management System.

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Published on June 27, 2016 by James Calkins
New Linux Lite Is a Powerhouse Distro in Disguise   

Linux Lite 3.0 is anything but what its name implies. It is a full-featured operating system that lets you get down to serious business right out of the box.

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Published on June 27, 2016 by James Calkins
Plex Media Server 1.0 Is Out   

Plex Media Server enables you to run a media server on a computer running Windows, Mac or Linux, or on various NAS systems including those offered by Netgear, Synology or QNAP.

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Published on June 27, 2016 by James Calkins
Improve laptop battery life by switching from Chrome to Firefox   

Google Chrome has earned legions of fans over the years, but it has a reputation. Every so often we hear that the browser consumes more than its fair share of RAM and power, and now there's a new piece of proof.

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Published on June 25, 2016 by James Calkins
What's the best Windows uninstaller?   

Standard Windows uninstallers often leave your PC cluttered with unwanted files, orphaned Registry keys and assorted other leftovers. You could try to avoid this issue with a third-party uninstaller, which scans your system to find and remove everything the regular uninstaller has missed. There's just one problem. How do you know your uninstaller works?

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Published on June 24, 2016 by James Calkins
5 No-Coding Tools to Build a Personal Web Site for Free   

You already represent yourself in various ways on the web, be it your social networks or your company's profile. But no matter who you are or what you do, it's time to have a single portfolio online. The good news is that you don't need any coding skills to make a beautiful personal site.

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Published on June 24, 2016 by James Calkins
The Most Popular Free Anti-Ransomware Tools   

With the different types of ransomware emerging and evolving on a daily basis, a need for better protection against such viruses arises. A more specific kind of protection is always necessary, in addition to any anti-malware tools. The following article is going to introduce you to anti-ransomware tools that are free and work well.

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Published on June 24, 2016 by James Calkins
Crypto-ransomware attacks increase five fold   

Ransomware has become a big problem in recent years, particularly crypto-ransomware, which encrypts data on users' systems. New research by Kaspersky Lab looking at how it's evolved over the last two years points to just how big.

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Published on June 24, 2016 by James Calkins
Which browser is the fastest?   

Which browser is the fastest? When Google introduced Chrome, one area the company put a lot of emphasize on was performance. Google ran benchmarks regularly showing that the browser's performance was way better than that of other browsers such as Firefox or Internet Explorer which were dominating the landscape at that time. Today, Chrome is the leading browser used by many, but is it the fastest?

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Published on June 23, 2016 by James Calkins
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