Control What You Can
Is your PC healthy? Don't be too sure. Think back to when you heard a kerklunk sound coming from the hard drive. Or maybe you remember the last time your Internet connection was down (and I don't mean just a little depressed).
Save on costly printer ink, handle leftover Registry junk, and defeat a common Outlook annoyance. Plus: two cool volume-control tools.
Microsoft resorts to subterfuge to get people to try Windows Vista, as Steve Bass recently found. Plus, tips for Outlook and Windows passwords.
A company offering a "satisfaction guarantee" for major online retailers is going bankrupt; Steve Bass has details on what to do.
Dump the Insert key, rearrange drive letters, restore your Safely Remove Hardware icon, and get a free tool for easy Registry editing.
An important message for FlashGet users, plus how to fix weird PC clock problems--and a brand new time-wasters section.
Calculate complex equations, track shipments, build a Web site, and more--all on Google. Plus, how not to move a palm tree.
Get names and addresses from the Web, research practically anything, and learn about a new input device.
Two terrific desktop calendars and three practical Web sites, plus an observation test and a new twist on the Ginsu knife.
Say good-bye to annoying red (and yellow) Windows warnings, stop USB device problems, replace your Clipboard, and Webify your mail.
At the top map services, driving directions are just the beginning.
Learn how to get around cartridge expiration dates, buy cheaper ink, and make cartridges last longer.
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