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- Free your music from iTunes with iTunes Export
"Whether you're abandoning iTunes entirely or just wanting to copy the contents of your meticulously-created iTunes library to another computer, drive or device, iTunes Export is for you."
- Where to find public records online
"While our most private information can (usually) not be found online, you can track down items like birth certificates, marriage and divorce information, obituaries and licenses on the web."
- Back up your Google Apps data
"Unless you back up your stuff locally, Google holds the keys to your digital life and you're out of luck if and when Google loses or denies you access to that data."
- Top 10 Clipboard Tricks
"Several utilities can turbocharge your clipboard and track, transfer and reformat the clipboard to your heart's content."
- Show Us Your Firefox, Part 4
"We've got a smorgasbord of tasty Firefox treats for you..."
- Jerry Seinfeld's productivity secret
"One night I was in the club where Seinfeld was working, and before he went on stage, I saw my chance..."
- Completely remove programs with Revo Uninstaller
"Freeware application Revo Uninstaller makes removing programs from your computer--not just uninstalling, but removing all traces--a quick and painless process."
- Improve your battery life with Vista Battery Saver
"Vista Battery Saver extends how long you can use your Vista laptop between charges by killing a couple of Vista's unnecessary energy hogs when you unplug your laptop, namely Aero (Vista's fancy new interface) and the Windows Sidebar."
- Create an in-cell bar graph with Excel
"Reader Adam screencasts one of our best Microsoft Excel tips ever - how to make an instant, in-cell bar graph."
- Speed up and protect your logins with Secure Login
"After it's installed, saved login info won't autofill when the page loads..."