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How to download an entire website

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A few months ago I showed you how easy it is to download an entire website with wget for Windows.  Setup is straightforward and the command-line tool is a perennial favorite among power users.  But what should you do if

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5 kick ass tips for the Mail app in iOS 8.1

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The other day I was rushing to catch a train on the Long Island Railroad. While standing on the platform, getting soaked in the rain, my train eventually arrived and the huge amorphous mass of people began to shuffle themselves

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How to mute audio tabs in Chrome

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You lumber your way into work, plop down in your chair and fire up your computer.  After it boots, you bang out a few emails and then open Chrome to check the latest headlines. In between sips of coffee you suddenly

Posted in Google Chrome, Web Browsers, Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Vista Tagged with: ,

How to use Process Explorer like a Pro

If the Windows Task Manager is a late model Nissan Altima then Process Explorer is a 2015 Nissan GTR Black Edition. If the Windows Task Manager is your ex-girlfriend in middle school with the crater face, braces and fisher-price glasses then

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Microsoft breaks 300,000 apps in the Windows Phone Store, but does it matter?

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear news about the Windows Phone?

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