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For those that wish to have a password organizer that cannot be hacked, I am giving my personal recommendation to this calculator sized device that keeps your passwords off of the computer and requires you to remember only ONE password to get into the device. In fairness, there are free, online password organizers. The danger is that you may download one that is actually a scam designed to steal your passwords or install a key logger script that lets the identity thief into your computer. If you wish to learn more a about this little device, click on on the image below. It costs around $30 - a small price for security. ~ Ray Brannon


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March 4, 2011, 8:10 am
By George Williams

My inbox regularly contains email featuring two file formats that I can’t open: *.wps filesfrom students who use Microsoft Works, and*.pub files (created with Microsoft Publisher) from various people announcing events. Most other files I can open and read, fortunately. You probably have your own list of files that are useless to you without the appropriate software. What to do?
One solution is to use Zamzar to convert the file to a different format that you can open. This is a free, online service that takes a wide variety of file formats and converts them into an equally wide variety of other file formats. Got a *.wps file? No problem. Just upload it to Zamzar and convert it to a *.doc or *.rtf file instead.
I use it primarily for word processing tasks, but the service also works with various image, audio, video, and e-book formats.