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Windows/OS X/Linux/Android/iOS/Chrome/Firefox: Each platform has its own file manager, and they all come with a unique set of features. TagSpaces offers a single manager for everything, with a focus on tagging your files.
Windows/Mac/Linux: Dropbox is great for syncing files in bulk between computers, and Pushbullet is useful for moving text and links. If you have more specific needs, such as moving specific files to another computer or sharing clipboard contents, Dukto may be what you’re looking for.
On 8 April, Microsoft will officially cut off support, service, and security updates for Windows XP. It’s been a long time coming, but depending on where you stand, it’s either overdue or absolute Armageddon. If you’re just coming out of the Windows XP world and need help, here are some tips to help you get your bearings.
Master the command line and you’ll be able to perform powerful tasks with just a few keystrokes. This cheat sheet will help you remember helpful Linux commands, whether you’re new to Linux or could just use a refresher.
Windows/Mac/Linux: Popcorn Time is a free open-source tool for browsing, downloading and watching movies. Browse the app’s huge collection of movies and documentaries, pick one, and click play. The app torrents the movie, starts playing it immediately, and streams it while the download finishes in the background.