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  Time Machine is Excellent Backup Software for Mac OS X More and more, I see clients that are switching to Macs. I notice a lot of people miss out on features their new computers have, but they don’t know how to use.   Apple computers come with a lot of useful software pre-installed, and

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SugarSync is offering users 5 gigs of data (compared to 2 at Dropbox.com) for free. Get an extra 500 mb for using my referral link found here. Besides extra storage, Sugarsync offers a few added benefits over Dropbox. These benefits include:   Ability to Share Data with non users Music Streaming Photo Viewing 2 gigs

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  Make Adblock Work just as well in Chrome as it does in Firefox Ever wonder why AdBlock does not work as well in Google Chrome as it does in Firefox? Well Chrome Version 17 over comes these issues, and allows you to fully block ads embedded in flash videos and other parts of sites

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  Color Coding Emails is Harder to Find in Outlook 2010 Color coding your inbox was fairly effortless in previous versions of Microsoft Outlook. This feature is still available in Outlook 2010, but it is not as simple to initially configure.   These simple steps will help you color code your Outlook 2010 inbox.  

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Ninite is a useful website that allows you to install multiple applications and software at the same time. This includes popular web browsers, such as Firefox and Google Chrome, messaging services, such as Skype, Pidgin, and Trillian, media players, image storing and editing software, security, file sharing, developer tools, and many other programs.    

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  Freeware- from Ubuntu to OpenOffice to Gimp There are many great open source software alternatives available, and most work similarly to (or better than) their commercial counterparts. Plus, they are available for free.   Here are some alternatives to widely-available commercial software I have used:   Ubuntu Operating System – the Most Popular Linux

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  How To Watch YouTube Videos In Full Screen With Dual Monitors In Windows Dual Monitors are great, but if you go full-screen with a Youtube, Hulu, or other Flash video and click anywhere on your other monitor, your Flash video will immediately drop out of full-screen mode. No amount of fiddling with your browser’s

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