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Switch to Mac: How to find your favorite Windows features in OS X

Moving to the Mac? OS X can do everything your Windows machine can—the trick is knowing where to look. In this Macworld video, PC World associate editor Alex Wawro explains where you'll find your preferences, how to access familiar programs, and more.

Mac Gems: Winclone is a must-have utility for Boot Camp users

Winclone makes it easy to back up, restore, and migrate Boot Camp partitions.

The Macalope Weekly: Spurious arguments

The Macalope's not saying that you can't criticize Apple. He's just saying you should make some darn sense when you do.

How to child-proof the Internet

Child predators, pornography, online bullying—kids can stumble into all sorts of trouble online. Make sure your PC, mobile devices, and social networks are safe with these simple tips.

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Switch to Mac: Translating Windows to OS X

You've made the leap from a Windows PC to the Mac, but now that you're here, you might feel a bit lost. This chart will help you find the features you're looking for.

Born Apple: Six famous Windows apps that debuted on the Mac

Benj Edwards takes a look at some of the most famous applications in the world that were first developed for the Mac.

Switch to Mac: Transfer your files from a PC to a Mac

You've bought a Mac! Now, how exactly are you going to get all your files off your PC? Joe Kissell lays out your options.

The Macalope: The fine art of trolling

The Macalope locks horns with one of his oldest foes, in an attempt to uncover whether one can tell the difference between ignorance and willful trolling.

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Microsoft adds two-factor authentication to keep accounts secure

If you're an active user of Outlook, SkyDrive, Office Web Apps, or other Microsoft services, you may want to add two-step verification for an extra layer of security.

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6 killer Mac features we'd love to see in Windows PCs

Even if you'd never lay a finger on a Mac, you have to admit these Apple-made features would rock on a Windows PC.

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