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The Aincrad Desktop

Look, you can love or hate the Japanese manga Sword Art Online/SAO, but this desktop is pretty good looking, and comes to us from jester74. It’s a good looking Linux desktop, and simple to set up.

Chrome's 'Add To Taskbar' Is Broken In Windows 10, Here's What To Do Instead

With every passing year, it feels like I use more and more webapps instead of desktop apps. Chrome’s “Add to Taskbar” is a great way to make those webapps feel like desktop apps, but it’s slightly broken in Windows 10.

This Week's Top Downloads

Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.

The Primordial Desktop

Mackenzie‘s desktop is a beautiful wooded respite that lowers your stress levels just by looking at it — which makes it perfect for a work desktop, or a second screen. Here’s how to set it up.

Wenpcfg Hides Default Links In Windows' File Explorer Sidebar

Windows: File Explorer in Windows has a ton of links in the sidebar for quick access to places you might need. If you don’t often visit your Homegroup, however, the tiny app Windows Explorer Navigation Pane Configuration (or wenpcfg for short) can help.

Learn All The Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts With This Cheat Sheet

Windows 10 comes with a few new keyboard shortcuts to take advantage of new features like the virtual desktop and the action center. Here’s a handy table of shortcuts you might not know about yet.

Todoist For Desktop And Web Gets A Design Overhaul, New Themes, And Quick Add

Windows/Mac/Web: Todoist is one of the better to-do managers out there, and today it gets a few improvements that make it a little easier to use.

10AppsManager Uninstalls Or Reinstalls Default Windows 10 Apps

Windows 10: Microsoft’s new version of Windows comes with a ton of built-in apps, including some you might not need. 10AppsManager helps you get rid of them or, if you change your mind later, get them back.

BES Limits How Much CPU Power Windows Processes Can Use

Windows: Runaway processes can be a major drag on your system. If you want to keep a resource-hungry app running, without letting it run roughshod over your machine, BES can help you limit how much CPU power an app uses.

Write! Is A Distraction-Free Text Editor With Just The Right Features

Windows: Finding a good text editor can be tough. Some lack basic features, like spell checking, and others are so heavy they may as well be word processors. Write! is a new application, currently in beta, that rides the sweet spot and delivers the features you’d actually find useful without the cruft (or system bloat) you don’t want.

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