| By Brian Livingston |
The Windows Secrets Newsletter and the online periodical it merged with in 2006, the LangaList, have published thousands of tips over the years.
Now we’ve made it more convenient for you to browse through our brainstorms and find exactly the article that you’ve been needing.
Surf our articles just the way you like
Some people like to use a site’s search box to find the info they seek. Others prefer to cruise navigational links until they run into just the right page.
As for me, I find myself thinking, “I saw that in Windows Secrets about four weeks ago — how do I get back to that article, now that I really need it?”
I’m pleased to announce that we’ve made it easier for you to find all the dirt we’ve ever published on Microsoft Windows. Just visit our new Windows Secrets Library, where quick summaries of every article are available at the click of a mouse.
As shown in Figure 1, our library page starts out by displaying a compact listing of every top story for an entire year. An icon to the left of each story — and to the left of the “Summaries” heading — allows you to expand one date or all dates in a 12-month period.