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Download A Mass Of 240+ Free Technical Ebooks From Microsoft

It’s that wonderful time of year again. The Microsoft MSDN blog is offering another hefty collection of useful, totally free ebooks for you to download.


Last 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 last week.


The Blood-Pumping Desktop

Reader McTarkus submitted this beating heart desktop to our Desktop Showcase, and in animated form, we can’t help but show it to the world. Here’s how he made it, and how you can make it too.


How To Type Accented Characters

If you have to Google/copy/paste every time you want to type a word with an accented character, we have good news for you: There’s an easier way. Read on for the fastest way to type these letters on Mac, Windows and Linux.


You Can Play Pokemon Go On Your PC

Pokemon Go may be a mobile game but there is a way to play it on your Windows PC. Here’s what you need to know.


The Hulking Robot Desktop

Giacomo’s Windows 10 desktop doesn’t have a ton of skins or moving parts, but combined with that wallpaper it’s pretty dramatic. Here’s how he set it all up, and how you can too.


App Directory: The Best Twitter Client For Windows

The field of Twitter clients for Windows has been culled over the years, but there are still a few developers working hard on some killer apps. Aeries has stuck out with us as an impressive Twitter client capable of keeping up with professional needs with a Universal Windows app.


The Faded Getaway Desktop

Good wallpaper, faded app launcher in the corner, and a visualizer. Reader Ciysco’s desktop looks sharp and we love it. Here’s how you can make it your own.


How To Jump Ship From Evernote And Take Your Data With You

Earlier this week, Evernote announced that its subscriptions are getting more expensive and free users are now limited to just two devices. For the scores of existing users, that little restriction and that price increase are a big pain. Thankfully, you have other options.


Microsoft's Start Menu Repair Tool Fixes Common Windows 10 Start Menu Annoyances

Windows: The Start Menu in Windows 10 is useful, but it’s not perfect. Sometimes tiles go missing, or it won’t open at all when you click it or press the Windows key. Other times the tiles don’t refresh, or Cortana doesn’t respond. Thankfully, Microsoft’s Start Menu Repair Tool is here to help, and it’s free.


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