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Why Is Windows 10's 'System' Process Using So Much RAM?

If you’ve made the jump and updated to Windows 10, you might have noticed something strange: the System process takes up an insane amount of RAM, often over 1GB. That’s actually not a bug, it’s a feature of Windows 10. Here’s how it works.


Jumpshare, The Easy File Sharing App, Adds Support For Screencasts, Notes, And More

Mac: We’re fans of Jumpshare because it makes sharing files as easy as dragging and dropping them, and today they have updated the Mac version of the app with a slew of new features, including support for screencasts, screenshots, notes, and a ton more.


Sort By Original Location Or Date Deleted In Windows' Recycle Bin

Windows’ File Explorer has a ton of powerful sorting options, but somehow, I’d never noticed this one before: in the Details view, you can sort the recycle bin by original location, date deleted, and more.


Briefly: Foxtel Roasts Netflix, Creepy Art, USB Type-C Hacks

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Foxtel’s CEO slams Netflix, fascinating (and terrifying) imagery from concept artist Manuel Dupong, does Australian e-sport have a drug problem?


Termtile Moves OS X Terminal Windows Around With Simple Commands

Mac: If you’re working in Terminal it means you’re working with your keyboard and not a mouse. Termtile is a program that allows you to move around your Terminal windows without ever laying a hand on your mouse or trackpad.


Quest Turns To-Dos Into An Adorable Game On iOS

iOS: You have countless options for to-do apps on iOS, but if you’re looking for something with a little more charm, Quest works similar to apps like Clear but adds a game interface to make it more fun to use.


To-Do App Tasks Gets Location-Based Reminders And Tasker Integration

Android: Tasks, the near-perfect Astrid clone we love so much, now has a plugin that adds integration with Locale or Tasker — which means support for location-based reminders and to-dos.


Briefly: Saturn Close Up, Cheap Wine, DNA HDDs

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: The most spectacular photo of Saturn ever taken, get up to 60% off wines from Vinomofo, how DNA could replace hard dives.


Commander One Adds Dual-Pane Browsing To OS X's Finder

Mac: Apple introduced tabs to Finder back with Mavericks, but if that’s not enough for you, Commander One adds dual pane browsing, alongside a few other tweaks and options.


Easily Reorganise A Word Doc By Sorting Paragraphs by Number

When you’re writing a long research paper or article, chances are, you’ll need to rearrange some paragraphs during the editing process. There’s a simple way to do this in Microsoft Word: number your paragraphs, then sort them by number.


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