Retrieve Your Wireless Network Security Key in Windows

Have you experienced a situation where you have to add a computer to your wireless network and you can’t find […]

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Should You Use ReadyBoost on Your PC?

With the introduction of Windows 7 came a cool sounding new feature called ReadyBoost. It was the talk for a […]

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Show and Hide Desktop Icons in GNOME Linux

In Ubuntu, Nautilus is the default file manager.  It also takes care of drawing the desktop and icons, such as […]

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Show the Classic Navigation Tree in Windows 7 Explorer

Windows Explorer in Windows 7 has undergone some major changes, one of which is the new Navigation pane. The classic […]

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Show/Hide Field Codes in Word and Convert Fields to Text

If you have a lot of field codes in your Word document that you are not going to be updating, […]

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Shutdown and Restart Your Computer From The Ubuntu Terminal

In Linux, it’s pretty simple (as it is in most operating systems), to restart your computer, logout of your user […]

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Speed Up Windows 7 and Vista by Turning Off Glass Transparency

The transparent glass look of Aero Glass in Windows 7 and Vista may look nice, but it also may slow […]

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Terminal Tricks: Use the Terminal as an alarm clock

If you keep your computer on all the time, and are looking for a nice way to wake up in […]

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Top 10 Differences between Windows 7 and Windows 8/10

Like Windows 7 was to Windows XP (see our previous post on the differences between Windows XP and 7 ), […]

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Track and Log USB Device Usage/Activity with USBLogView

If you have a computer that is accessible to other people, then there may be times when you want to […]

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