Monthly Archives: November 2013

Turn your Windows 8.1 Start screen into a large organized Start menu

Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system was the center of controversy when it came to the removal of the Start button and Start menu. Microsoft responded to feedback and brought back the Start button in the recently-released Windows 8.1 update. But the Start menu was no where to be found. For those of you who miss

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3 Free Tools to Manage Who You Follow on Twitter

If the list of accounts you follow on Twitter has gotten a little unruly over the years, we can help. We’re highlighting three useful tools that will allow you to analyze and manage the accounts you follow to improve your overall experience. From weeding out spam accounts to seeing inactive ones, these tools will help

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Making the jump from Windows to Mac: find out what was good and bad

Apple announced new Retina display-equipped MacBook Pro laptops at its event last month, as well as the launch of the latest version of OS X, Mavericks. For this PC user, it was enough to finally make the jump from Windows to Mac for the first time. The Good After booting up for the first time

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Google Announces Live Video Tutorials Called ‘Helpouts’

Google has built an empire with a search engine that answers your questions, and now the company hopes humans can do the same. Google on Tuesday announced Helpouts, a new tool that connects users via live video chat with experts who can help them with questions about home improvement, cooking or even medical advice. Helpouts serves as

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