Daily Archives: July 16, 2009

Too busy to eat? Try this bag on for size

In today’s hurry-up world, who doesn’t eat on the run? We drive, talk on the phone, catch up on e-mail, and do almost any other task while trying to consume a meal. Multitaskers take note: genius inventors have made eating even less of a hassle. Introducing … the fast-food feedbag!

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Readers suggest ways to improve OpenDNS

Becky Waring’s
July 9
Top Story provided tips for avoiding problems when using the free OpenDNS service to browse more securely.

Several people responded to Becky’s story by suggesting ways that the service could be made even better.

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Free ways to save money and energy with your PC

This month’s free bonus download for all our subscribers is Green Home Computing for Dummies by Katherine Murray and our very own contributing editor Woody Leonhard. The book is full of tips on how to reduce your PC’s power cost, optimize your system’s performance for better energy efficiency, and more!

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Some versions of Windows 7 worth it, others not

With the arrival of Windows 7’s release to manufacturing (RTM) imminent, my inbox is teeming with questions about the next version of every PC user’s favorite whipping boy.

You need to make a few key decisions to ensure that you pick the Windows 7 version that best meets your needs.

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