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Thanksgiving has just ended. Even though I don’t approve of putting up Christmas decorations this early, our friends at NewFreeScreensavers have just added 15 new free screensavers.

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Your Facebook wall may be a treasure trove of potential infections that could jump onto your PC or spread to your friends. A new Facebook app could help you prevent problems.

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Chrome OS Launch in 2011? Rumors of November Launch are Dead

Google’s new operating system, Chrome OS, isn’t going to make an appearance in November if you can believe Google’s CEO. What’s causing the delay?

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In case you haven’t seen them, here are the most recent posts in our Freeware category. We hope you enjoy reading about these freebies, and maybe you’ll find a keeper in the mix.

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If you need a viewer to open the new Microsoft files, SoftMaker offers two new free viewers that open DOCX, XLSX, and many more.

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Shareaholic – a Simple Way to Share Web Pages

If you have a sharing habit, Shareaholic is an addon you need to try. It’s a lot easier than going through a twelve step program to cure your addiction.

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Are Public Libraries Still at Risk Because of Microsoft?

Microsoft doesn’t have a good answer, and they don’t seem to care. However, there’s no reason to worry. Using either of my recommendations, a library can avoid the risk.

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Manually adding accounts to an email client is one of the hardest tasks involved with email setup. Outlook AutoConfig can make it painless.

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Replace Outlook Express with Incredimail

Outlook Express is old, insecure and no longer supported by Microsoft. Windows Live Mail and Mozilla Thunderbird are good replacements, but you should also take a look at Incredimail.

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Replace Outlook Express with Windows Live Mail

It’s time to upgrade. Outlook Express is old, insecure and no longer supported. Switching to Windows Live Mail is what you need to do.

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In addition to 10 more great screensavers for the PC, animated wallpapers for mobile devices are now available for download.

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In case you haven’t seen them, here are the most recent posts in our Freeware category. We hope you enjoy reading about these freebies, and maybe you’ll find a keeper in the mix.

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Many people may not know that MS Money is no longer supported. However, Microsoft is offering a free version to anyone who wants it. I hope you didn’t buy a copy last year.

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Do you know what screen sharing is? I’ll tell you about it, and I’ll also tell you about a free and easy way to do it.

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What is RockMelt? Do We Need a Facebook Web Browser?

There’s a new web browser designed around the idea that you can share more, and share more quickly on Facebook and Twitter.

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