This week at Lifehacker:
- Getting good with Google Reader
"Google Reader is one helluva feed reader, but unless you've spent a little time digging into the documentation, you probably aren't taking full advantage of what it has to offer."
- Whip your MP3 library into shape, Part III: Metadata
"It's not hard to fix or update MP3 (or WMA, Ogg, etc.) metadata."
- Tag files and save searches in Windows Vista
"On the heels of Mac OS X's file tagging and Smart Folders features, Windows Vista users can now tag their files and use those keywords to organize and search documents on their desktop."
- Screenshot Tour: How to crack a Windows password with Ophcrack Live CD
"Whether you need to recover the lost password to a Windows account, you're looking to ensure that your passwords are secure, or you're a super l33t h4x0r, the Ophcrack Live CD is a pretty useful tool."
- Download of the Day: Apple Mail Theme (Thunderbird)
"If you love Apple Mail's look and feel but not Mail.app's Mac-onlyness, you can dress Thunderbird up to look just like it."
- Hide your Windows share from casual network browsers
"...if you add a $ to the end of your Windows shared folder name, it won't appear when browsing the network."
- Manage network printers on your Mac with CUPS
"Using the CUPS web interface you can add network printers and see jobs queued and printing on shared printers - definitely one for the 'old skool Unix goodies on the Mac' file."