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Business Applications

Discuss and ask questions about Word Processors, Spreadsheets, Databases, or other business applications.

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Outlook 2016 -  I think my... - last post by Allan

All Other Applications

For all those useful applications that don't quite fit in.

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Freeware Replacements for C... - last post by boopme

Tips and Tricks

Learn how to make your computer sing your favorite songs while brewing your coffee and doing your taxes using only one command!

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Best PC system tools? - last post by ericfoley77

Graphics Design and Photo Editing

Whether you need to fabricate evidence or make a nice present for grandma, this is the place to ask how.

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How to find out if a pictur... - last post by Just_One_Question

Audio and Video

Use this forum to ask any questions about audio and video on your computer.

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wondershare - last post by AnnaSchwarz


This forum is for the discussion of programming and programming related software.

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Is the syntax of this line... - last post by DoctorCarlo1955

Virtual Machines and VM Programs

Use this forum to discuss virtual machines (VMs) and the programs that are used to create them. VM programs such as VirtualBox, Hyper-V, VMware Fusion for Mac, VMware Workstation and Parallels are used to run one or more secondary OSís within a primary OS.

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Installing WinXP in a VM un... - last post by opera