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See who is using your Wi-Fi on Windows

​Whether it's a problem, or just a preventative measure, it's always a good idea to be aware of what devices are connecting to your home network.

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How to organize your Windows Start menu

The good, old-fashioned Windows Start menu still has many fans. But keeping it organized can be a challenge. Here are a few tips for maintaining a neat and clean Start menu in Windows 7.

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Aero Peek, the well-received feature in Windows 7 beta that shows the desktop when you hover over the right edge of the toolbar, has been added to the program-switching hot key Alt+Tab.

Microsoft warns support ending for popular Windows products

Microsoft sounds support warning bell for customers running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, and more.

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How Microsoft can improve the Start menu

The Start menu is set to reappear in a future version of Windows. What can Microsoft do to make it more efficient and easier to organize?

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Windows XP still alive and kicking

Though no longer supported by Microsoft, XP commanded a quarter of all desktop OS traffic seen by Net Applications last month.

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Tweetz is a tiny Twitter client for Windows

If you're looking for a simple desktop app for reading and sharing things on Twitter, Tweetz is the right app for you.

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Micron's 256GB solid-state drive debuts at $110

Solid-state drive storage on the cheap. Micron's new SSD makes 256GB downright affordable.

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<p>For those who checked out the Windows 7 beta or release candidate, you'll remember the default desktop featured a betta fish. The final desktop shipping with Windows 7 showcases the Windows logo and some swirly accents, instead.</p>

Windows 8.1 overtakes Windows 8 in desktop OS arena

Friendlier to PC users than its prececessor, Windows 8.1 continues to eke out a higher share while Windows 8 slips downward.

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Go incognito when launching Chrome on Windows

Need to keep your browsing habits private or just trying to avoid cookies? Read on to find out how you can launch Chrome into incognito automatically.

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Budget geek: Secrets of my cheap-tastic tech life

From a $0 standing desk to a $30-per-month smartphone plan, Crave's Amanda Kooser is exploring the less expensive side of technology.

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Easily edit PDFs on Windows

Want to blank out confidential information in a PDF without a lot of fuss? Check out PDF Eraser for your PC.

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Windows XP continues to hang on.

Windows XP stays strong despite end of support

XP still accounted for 26 percent of all desktop OS traffic tracked last month by Net Applications.

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