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Photography 101: What is bokeh, and how do I achieve it? 
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Photography 101: What is bokeh, and how do I achieve it?

Add atmosphere to your photos by becoming a master of beautifully blurred backgrounds.
How to fix the most common Windows 8.1 update problems 
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How to fix the most common Windows 8.1 update problems

We round up the reported bugs with Windows 8.1 and offer solutions for them.
How to: Earn, spend and mine bitcoins 
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How to: Earn, spend and mine bitcoins

Darien Graham-Smith explains how to start using the world’s biggest virtual currency – and how to mine them yourself.
How to make a Hollywood-scale movie with your DSLR 
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How to make a Hollywood-scale movie with your DSLR

The best camera kit plus expert tips from Gareth Thomas, director of next year’s Godzilla reboot.
How to: Can I delete it? How to save disk space 
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How to: Can I delete it? How to save disk space

Darien Graham-Smith helps you squeeze more from your storage by finding and removing unneeded files
How to: Start scripting with Windows PowerShell 
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How to: Start scripting with Windows PowerShell

PowerShell is a versatile scripting language for administering Windows. Mark Newton demonstrates what it can do for you.
How to: Get started with Hyper-V virtualisation 
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How to: Get started with Hyper-V virtualisation

Microsoft’s virtualisation host is now available to all users of Windows 8 Professional. Darien Graham-Smith shows you how to get started.
How to: Digitise your analogue media 
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How to: Digitise your analogue media

If you want to share old photos online, or enjoy your LPs on your iPod, digitisation is the way forward. Dave Stevenson shows you how it’s done.
How to find new music online 
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How to find new music online

Treat your bored ears to some fresh beats, hidden gems and rare finds in the vast – and frequently unmined – vaults of the internet’s record collection.
How secure are passwords? 
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How secure are passwords?

Why there's no such thing password as an uncrackable password and how to keep yours as secure as possible.
How to configure your router 
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How to configure your router

An introduction to important setup options on your router for getting the best performance and security. If you're not across modulation types, NAT and port forwarding, QoS and IPv6 then read on.
NBN Satellite: what it costs, and who can get it 
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NBN Satellite: what it costs, and who can get it

It's the only option for thousands of Australians who can't get decent broadband any other way. So what exactly do you get with a satellite connection?
Free server "boot camp", now online 
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Free server "boot camp", now online

Know how to backup and restore an Exchange 2010 server? This free online training aims to fill a basic gap in the skills of IT pros.
Tutorial: Imaging your hard disk to protect your data 
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Tutorial: Imaging your hard disk to protect your data

Disk images can help you make complete computer backups, move an OS and more. Here is a walkthrough.
Tutorial: How to make an Android app in App Inventor 
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Tutorial: How to make an Android app in App Inventor

Create your own Android app for free using App Inventor; we show you how.
How To: Benchmark your PC 
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How To: Benchmark your PC

We explain the principles of benchmarking and show you how to test your own PC's performance.
How To: Recover and restore deleted or damaged files  
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How To: Recover and restore deleted or damaged files

If you've accidentally deleted a file or you have an office full of corrupted hard disks, there's no need to panic. It may still be possible to recover your lost data using a freeware utility. Just follow these steps. [Words: Jim Martin]
Google reveals how to opt out of Wi-Fi sniffing 
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Google reveals how to opt out of Wi-Fi sniffing

Simple name change will keep your router off Google's database.
How to build your own PC Part 2: Graphics, Case and Power Supply 
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How to build your own PC Part 2: Graphics, Case and Power Supply

Don't waste your money on an overpriced pre-built PC. We show you how to it yourself.
How to build your own PC Part 3: Hard disk/SSD, memory and optical drive 
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How to build your own PC Part 3: Hard disk/SSD, memory and optical drive

Brush up on your PC-building skills with the final part of our three-part guide.
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