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A Slimmed Down Windows 10 Could Make Cheap Tablets Suck Way Less

Windows 10 already seems waaay better than Windows 8. Cortana integration, Spartan browser, a Start Menu — yes please. But how about some more storage space on your tiny solid state drive? Yeah, that sounds nice too.

How To Detox After A Day Of Christmas Excess

In a move that surprised no one, you totally overdid it the last couple of days. You had to have thirds on ham. You took down a litre of spiked eggnog. You were feeling festive, but now you feel like crap. Here are five tips to get you back to normal as quickly as possible.

Setting Up A Recovery USB Stick

If your system gets a malware infection, booting can be next to impossible — and even if you’ve followed all the best security precautions, sometimes hardware or software failures can render your system inaccessible. Make sure you’re prepared by setting up a recovery USB stick ahead of time.

Dr. Hard Drive Concept Brings the Fun of Hospitals to Your Desk

This adorable concept is aimed at healing a computer’s viruses and recovering its files from harm, so what better form to take than an I.V. drip bag?

Lifehacker Lists Top Five Free Data Recovery Tools For Windows/Mac/Linux

More weekly Sunday goodness from Lifehacker. Last week we brought you their list of the top malware removers, and this week it’s a fine top five list of free data recovery tools. [Lifehacker]

Charred Hard Drive from Space Shuttle Columbia Recovered (Best Data Rescue Ever?)

It’s taken four and a half years, but the data recovery specialists charged with extracting data from a cracked, charred 400MB Seagate drive aboard the ill-fated Space Shuttle Columbia have done their duty, retrieving 99% of the information written to the disk. The Columbia burned up on re-entry on Feb. 1, 2003, over Louisiana and Texas. Computerworld reports that the drive was found in a dry lakebed and handed to a team at Kroll Ontrack about six months after the tragedy, but the successful recovery has only just come to light. So, you ask, what was on the drive that was so important?

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