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This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily.
Google Handwriting recognition lets you write search queries on your mobile phone or tablet without using the keyboard. It can recognize shapes as well.
The Windows Desktop Search program supports advanced search operators to help you narrow down search results and find the exact document, file or email message that you are looking for.
Gmail search doesn’t support regular expressions or wildcard character searches by default but you can perform such complex searches in Gmail with the help of Google Docs.
Google can now display the author’s name and profile picture in search results next to blog posts / news stories that they may have written. The photo links to their Google Profile page.
If your Windows computer is running low on disk space, here’s how you can instantly recover a few gigabytes of free space.
Are you a Windows user who is curious to test-drive Linux (Ubuntu in particular) but without disturbing your existing Windows setup? Here are five easy ways to help you run Linux on Windows.
Learn how to hide private files and folders on your computer using free tools. Maybe you don’t want mom to see any of the stuff you downloaded from the Internet.
Learn how to turn your home computer into a personal web server and host files, documents, music, web pages, photographs and other content from your computer for free.
Looking for software to edit your PDF documents? This guide describes free alternatives to Adobe Acrobat that will help you edit and save PDF files.
This PDF guide explains how you can create PDF files, merge multiple PDF files, save web pages as PDFs, file forms online, add e-signatures and more.
This tutorial describes how you can return apps, games, songs and your other iTunes Stores purchases and get full refunds from Apple.
Where can you find and download free books for your Kindle through Amazon.com and other website that offer digital ebooks in Kindle format.
Whether you wish to install Windows 8 on your primary computer, or as a dual-boot alongside an older version of Windows or inside a Mac, these step-by-step guides should come handy.
Know the email address of someone but nothing more? Learn techniques to help you uncover the location and other details of the email sender.
Want to send a fax from your computer without a fax machine? This guide compares the plans of various online fax services that let you send and receive faxes over the Internet.
Would you like to find out the artist name or the song name being played in the background of a YouTube video. Here are some ideas.
A detailed guide to help you convert files to a different format (type) using free tools. You’ll learn how to convert documents, images, videos, music, ebooks and more.
How do your find out the date when your created the Google Account. This information is also required for recovering your Gmail account.
This guide answers common questions around Responsive Web Design, a technique for building mobile and tablet websites that is also recommended by Google.
Do you want to sort your email messages in Gmail by size? Google Docs can help you easily find all the bulk email messages sorted by size.
Wolfram Alpha can quickly solve a much wider array of problems and unlike Google, it doesnâ€™t require to type queries in any particular syntax.
In the past, the only way to get hold of an old newspaper or past magazine issues was your local library but with Internet, you can find old newspaper articles and magazine in the browser..
This detailed screencasting guide features some of the best software tools, web apps and audio-video recording devices that you may use to create professional-quality screencasts.
Meet some of the best YouTube extensions for Google Chrome that will add missing functionality to the YouTube website improving your overall experience.