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Experts Exchange

More I.T. professionals have found their answers at the Experts Exchange than any other I.T. site!

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Tech Support Alert

Looking for Tech Support? Top picks of hundreds of sites, all independently reviewed and rated, by category.

Free How-to Guides. Like to make a bootable CD? Want to fix your monitor? Practical Windows how-to guides in downloadable PDF format.

The Best Free Utility Programs. Check out Tech Support Alerts top picks of the 16 best-ever free utility programs. Great freeware that works just as well as expensive commercial programs. Better still, subscribe to their free newsletter and get the best 46 utilities plus more in each monthly issue.

Windows "How-to" Guides. Learn how to perform common tech support tasks yourself with our practical how-to guides. Note: to view most of these guides, you'll need the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download it for free.

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Softpedia

SoftPedia.com is a library of over 20,000 free and free-to-try software programs for Windows and Unix/Linux,games and drivers. We review and categorize these products in order to allow the visitor/user to find the exact product they and their system needs. We strive to deliver only the best products to the visitor/user together with self-made evaluation and review notes.

We add more than 50 products on our site every day. All our services are FREE of charge for the visitors/users. There is a membership system, but it does not require a payed subscription, although it offers a series of advantages for the registered user.

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AnalogX

Audio: Everything audio awaits you here; from a program to let you scratch like a DJ, to DirectX Audio plugins, to a speech synthesizer, they're all right here...

Network: If you're reading this, then you use the network; would you like to use it better? From proxy servers to the fastest traceroute on the net, only AnalogX brings 'em to you for free...

Programming: Whether you're working on audio compression, developing new algorithms, or just playing around, you'll find all the tools you'll need to make things go smoothly right here...

System: Your system is the starting point for everything, why not get the most of it... Capture screens, change the Windows CD path, and more are contained within...

MP3 Music: Now, unless you're going to do all of this in silence, you're going to need something to listen to, and AnalogX is your one-stop shop! Find all of the available music, in MP3 format...

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Wired News

Wired News covers the latest developments in technology, how the forces of politics and business react to those developments, and how mass culture and various subcultures respond.

Wired News accepts freelance submissions from established news reporters around the world, but we generally do not read unsolicited manuscripts. If you have a story idea you believe is suitable for Wired News, please perform a keyword search in the search box on any of our pages to make sure we have not reported on it before. When submitting a story idea, keep your pitch short and to the point, as you'll be trying to reach an editor working on tight deadlines. It's also a good idea to be familiar with Wired News' coverage areas and writing style. When pitching a story for the first time, send past clips and your resume to David Ian Miller, managing editor.

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PC Tech Guide

The purpose of the PC Technology Guide web site is to provide an essentially free information resource for the benefit of the Internet-community at large. Thus, individuals are free to use the material provided in any way they wish - save for financial gain. Corporate licensees are allowed unrestricted use site material within their organisation, including the establishment of the site on a company intranet. The only proviso is that site content shall not be used for financial gain.

The site is updated regularly in order to stay abreast of technological developments.

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Locker Gnome

More than just another Web site - Lockergnome is alive with an active community of technology enthusiasts! Discover new information, read the latest news, and get it delivered it directly to you every day of the week for FREE.

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Extreme Tech

What is ExtremeTech?

If you're like us then you're looking for information on technology in upwards of fifty different places. In a medium that's meant to be efficient, the Internet has yet to offer you a lot of efficiency. That's where ExtremeTech comes in.

We're a thriving community of users and experts seeking to answer the unanswerable questions of technology. We dig deep into the subterranean depths of technological knowledge, digging up the most vital, behind-the-scenes tidbits that make any technocrats drool soda on his chips. How do we know? Because we're technocrats ourselves, and we're always drooling.

To put it simply, we're a one-stop-shop for serious technological needs. Our writers spelunk into the abyss of the future in search of the real story behind what's out there today, and what will be out there tomorrow. You, our dynamic community fills in all the gaps by gabbing and chatting about anything and everything.

More important than any other aspect, we're a site built by our community for our community. We take pride in you.

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Computer World

Computerworld, the 'Voice of IT Management,' is the most trusted source for the critical information needs of senior IT management at medium-size to large companies. It has earned this reputation by maintaining its focus on IT management for thirty-seven years, despite the never-ending changes in the technology landscape. Computerworld covers news from the IT manager's perspective with a broad analytical view of how that news affects the daily operations of large technology enterprises.

With more end-user quotes per issue than any other IT weekly, Computerworld prides itself on understanding the real issues that affect technology professionals. Delivering relevant, high-quality information is the key to Computerworld's longevity. Recognized by its peers, Computerworld has been awarded more than 114 print and online editorial awards, including 22 ASBPE awards for editorial excellence and a Jesse H. Neal Award for 'Best News Coverage,' in 2003 alone.

Computerworld serves the needs of technology management through print and online vehicles, as well as by first-hand user accounts at its conference series: Storage Network World, Mobile and Wireless World, Premier 100 IT Leaders Conference and Business Intelligence Perspectives. Computerworld.com, its conference series and custom research join the weekly print publication to form the U.S.-based hub of the world's largest (58-edition) global IT media network. Computerworld is a division of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research and event company.

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