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Good on ya, Microsoft. Xbox One: Setup Internet Explorer, Do Not Track is enabled by default.
Yes, I’m trying Xbox One posts on Finer Things in Tech, there’s some really good stuff here. If you like these, please like and share this post. If you think Xbox One should get its own category, let me know here, on @FinerPC, @FinerTech, or via email.
Outlook.com has a quick new way to one-click move or delete all messages from a sender, and even setup a schedule to effortlessly keep your inbox tidy.
The /Follow page that lists all the social accounts I run for the site and sub-sections is much prettier and makes more sense, the Finer Things In podcast page now has giant subscribe buttons (I know, finally), and I am now experimenting with letting you use affiliate links when you submit a post.
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Windows 8 lets you selectively sync a bunch of handy stuff between all your PCs, like desktop background and theme, app settings, language preferences, and more.
These sites and their individual sections—Mac, iOS, PC, Web—have been through some pretty big changes over the last couple years, but especially the last few months. I figured it was time to round up the latest in a single post, including some big additions I have coming up. Yes, I’m considering an Android section, but I’m also looking for new, creative ways to support not just my work, but give something back to all you wonderful readers who contribute posts.
Bonus points: each top-level Finer Things in Tech section has its own Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and RSS feed, so you can follow them how you like. Want another options? Let me know and I’ll see what I can do.
Comic Life from Plasq has been a pretty popular app on the Mac for creating comic-y layouts and generally having fun with your photos.
Now Plasq has released a beta for Windows that runs on XP, Vista, and 7. Think you’ll give it a try? Let us know how it goes.