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  • How-Tos: How to upload pictures on Twitter

    This week, Twitter began rolling out its own photo posting function that allows users of the micro-blogging service to share images without the need for a third-party app such as TwitPic

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  • How-Tos: Back up your iTunes media files

    As time goes by, and our digital media collections grow, we need to ensure that we don’t lose the music and video files that we’ve spent our hard-earned dollars (or, in the case of ripping our own CDs and DVDs, considerable time) on. Music, videos, and audiobooks can add up until your iTunes library fills your hard disk and then some. In addition to storing the original files, you have to make sure you keep backups, because in many cases you can’t download such files again.

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    The Lion version of Apple Mail ( Macworld rated 4.5 out of 5 mice ) not only alters the email program's overall user interface but also changes numerous features behind the scenes. Some of these new or revised features behave in ways one might not expect, but with a few key pieces of information you'll be ready to use them to their full potential.

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    When it comes to sharing large files with friends, family or business associates, sometimes it can cause a headache. You could email them but then you risk clogging up an email account.

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  • How-Tos: How to solve Google Update installation errors

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  • How-Tos: Speed up repetitive emails with Gmail Canned Responses

    No matter what line of work you're in, chances are you've got at least a few common questions that always land in your inbox. If you're a Gmail user, you can use a little Labs add-on called Canned Responses to take the drudgery out of those replies. Rather than type out the same response over and over again, Canned Responses lets you type it once, save it, and then apply it to any given e-mail at any time.

  • How-Tos: Reverting Safari 5.1 to 5.0.3

    Reader Adam Daly regrets the Safari he's just taken. He writes:

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    Hackers are constantly exploiting bugs in software that's related to surfing the web, and Adobe Flash Player is no exception.

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    When it comes to taxing your vehicle, you don't need to head to the Post Office and join the queues of people. The DVLA also offers the ability to apply for your tax disc from the comfort of your own home by using their online site. We show you how.

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    How to manage Bookmarks in Apple Safari

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