This week we've got classy (wireless) desktops, Thunderbird 3, a way to fetch deleted photos and a way to install Windows 7 from a thumbdrive.
This week on Lifehacker, we've got Linux distributions, backup solutions, Opera Mobiles and the piggy flu.
This week Lifehacker has some great tips to overcome the piggy flu, protect yourself from intruders at open airport Wi-Fi spots and a guide to wire your house with Ethernet.
This week Lifehacker's got ways to avoid looking like a slob when eating chicken wings, pointers on really leaving no trace when browsing, proof that office space can be shared, and a gadget to annoy your coworkers.
This week Lifehacker has spooky Halloween backgrounds, advice on getting ready for winter while being cheap, and pointers on places to go for free movies.
This week Lifehacker's got a good way to manage your porn, back up your online accounts, make your own disgusting sports drinks and make good playlists.
This week Lifehacker has some KFC mimicry, some trick to make free outgoing calls and some very nice wallpapers.
Lifehacker many tips this week teach you how to stay cool, get your car fixed and curse like an unemployed pharmacist.
Lifehacker's got some tips on avoiding car dealer shenanigans, avoiding traffic ticket myths, avoiding crappy looking offices and avoiding being frustrated by the OS X finder being lousy.
Lifehacker's got some interesting tips this week, from putting your club cards into iPhone form, to making a water bottle into a juicer (homeless style), and building your own outdoor theater. They also have something about knots.
This week Lifehacker makes ICE CREAM, gets cheap with laptop stands and decorates their desktops like a popular television show.
Lifehacker shows us how to get system-wide notifications in Windows, tweak Windows 7 and recover our data without spending a lot of money. They're also looking for a writer.
Lifehacker shows you why bacon sandwiches cure hangovers, why you should download Office 2k7 SP2, and why you should eat like a hobo.
Once again, Lifehacker shows you how to be a cheap guy by brewing your own sports drinks and making your own headphones.
It's been a pretty prolific week over at Lifehacker, and their best posts include ones that show you how to make your desktop look nice, your desk look clean and your room look snazzy.
Does Lifehacker have any hacks for getting rid of a persistent cold/fever/sickness? Because that's been me this week. Let's see what they do have.