You lead busy a life and finding time to stay healthy is tough. Fortunately, all you need is 20 minutes of exercise per day to get fit. If you don't have the time to go to the gym every day, here's how you can get in shape quickly from just about anywhere.
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When we asked Lifehacker readers to name their favourite keyboard shortcuts for a chance to win a Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop, we were bombarded with suggestions. Here are 10 of the most useful.
Chrome: The ability to set keyword bookmarks -- brief codes you can type into your browser to access and search other sites -- is one of Chrome's most useful features. If you regularly use keyword bookmarks, you can save time by setting up a keyword bookmark for the Chrome page which manages this option.
Mapnificent is a nifty idea: letting you know how far you can travel on public transport from a given location within a set timeframe. But because only a handful of Australian cities have integrated public transport data on Google Maps, Mapnificent is restricted to just Adelaide and Perth right now.
Despite your best efforts to fix problems on your own, sometimes you. just have to call for help—whether you've got broken gadgets, downed service, or just need to fix a company's mistake. Calling customer service can be a miserable eexperience, but when it comes time to bite the bullet and give them a ring, follow these tips to make it go as smoothly as possible.