Help! I have 100,000 unread messages in my Gmail inbox. Where do I even start? [Ask ZDNet]

It’s time for another installment of Ask ZDNet. In the mailbag this week: A crash course on TPM technology, the fastest way to get to Inbox Zero, and the best way to move large files from one PC to another. 

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I have more than 100,000 unread messages in my Gmail inbox. That’s not good, is it? Sometimes I just stare at the number of unread messages in my inbox and wonder how it’s even possible to get to this place. Other times, I feel overwhelmed.

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