It's super-easy to reinstall Windows 10 or 8, and not much more difficult to reinstall Windows 7. Use these tips to get the most out of a reinstall.
You’ll be eligible to receive $55 if you used Linux on your PS3, if the settlement is accepted.
Chromebooks become much more powerful with full access to Google Play.
The Linux distribution known for innovation doesn't yet feature Wayland as its default display server, but it could by the next release.
Snap packages will make it easier for developers, allowing them to code once for a variety of Linux distributions.
Linux Mint 18 includes a move to an Ubuntu 16.04 base, adoption of the controversial systemd, and improvements to the desktop.
Tails 2.4 includes improvements to the Mozilla Thunderbird-based email client, Tor Browser, and GNOME desktop, among other changes.
At issue is the initialization software's practice of automatically killing a user's process when they log out.
Google's new app, available in the Chrome Web Store, lets you easily access files on a network server from within Chrome OS.
A new gaming-optimized AMD driver is good news for 3D gaming on Linux, especially SteamOS.
Google's five-year-lifespan policy doesn't necessarily include support for new features.
While Linksys takes action over FCC rules, TP-Link and others take the easy route, blocking third-party firmware on their routers.
With access to the Google Play Store and Android apps, Chromebooks are leaving the web behind—and becoming more powerful.
Finally, the BQ Aquaris M10 is the Ubuntu convergence device that Canonical's been promising—only it's a tablet without a clear audience.
This Linux-based operating system could be to cars what Android has been for mobile devices.
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