Friday, January 30, 2015

Use Vertical, Tree Style Tabs in Your Web Browser

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How (and Why) to Use Vertical, Tree Style Tabs in Your Web Browser

There's a dedicated community of browser users who consider a vertical tab bar, or tree-style tabs, to be an essential feature. If you use a large number of browser tabs, this can be a lifesaver.

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Parental controls are great once you set them up and use them. Busy parents get to breathe a bit easier, and as long as they stay on top of things, even basic parental controls such as those found in OS X, should be more than adequate.

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How to Keep Your Minecraft Items When You Die (and Other Clever Tricks)

It happens to even the most cautious explorer: you're far from home, you die, and all your precious loot is left sitting in a pile far, far away. Tired of losing your loot? No problem. Read on as we show you how to make your Minecraft inventory persist after death (along with some other handy game-changing tricks).

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How to Set Up a NAS (Network-Attached Storage) Drive

NAS stands for "Network-Attached Storage." Basically, it's a way to attach a hard drive to your network and make it accessible to all your devices for centralized file-sharing and backups.

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