Secure and Encrypt Your Files with Truecrypt

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File encryption is not just the stuff of spy movies. There are plenty of practical reasons why you might decide to encrypt a single file, multiple files, or even an entire drive. If you keep sensitive digital copies of financial information such as bank statements and tax returns, you can encrypt them to make sure unauthorized users cannot get to them. You may just have documents, such as your first novel, that you do not want anyone to see. Encryption provides an extra layer of security that simple password protection cannot.

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10 Free Digital Libraries

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Among the advancements in the world today are digital libraries. They provide the same resources as a traditional library, only in a digital format that is accessible from a computer. They are especially handy for students, disabled individuals, or anyone who dislikes going to actual libraries. Some digital libraries require users to pay a fee in order to use their resources, but there are many free options as well. If you are looking for some free digital libraries, you should take a minute to check out these great choices.

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Apps to Do Everything Social in Linux

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Social media has permeated nearly every aspect of the web, and people are more social than ever without seeing their contacts face-to-face. To keep up with this social activity, many people have several devices, including computers, mobile phones, and even gaming consoles. If you happen to have a computer running Linux, there is no reason to be left out of the social loop. Linux has a number of social tools to help you stay connected.

Choqok Twitter app in KDE

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Free Mega Games Pack For Linux

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FreeMGP Splash screenRemember a time when the most complex aspect of a game was unwrapping the packaging? It was a time when a first-person shooter truly was just about one person doing a whole lot of shooting and not much else. It was a time when RAM was still counted by the megabyte and 1024×768 resolution was considered high-end.

If you do remember any of that, first of all, welcome to adulthood. Next, I would like to introduce you to FreeMGP (Mega games Pack) Vol 1. It will take you down memory lane, but even if you are too young to remember the games in this pack, playing them might still seem like a fun way to spend a summer afternoon.

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