When you need to get serious work done, the more monitors the merrier. And if you don't have a spare VGA, DVI, or HDMI port, you can still use USB.
Cloud storage is convenient, but you can remove any concerns about security or other issues if you do what they do yourself.
External flash and hard drives can be used to deliver malware or steal sensitive files. Here's how to control who can use them.
You can control who has access to your video (but you can't control who's sitting next to them while they watch it).
Windows 10 is a major and exciting upgrade that some people will download right away. Anyone with older hardware or software should do a little research first, though.
Wi-Fi problems could be caused by your computer or your router, or some interaction that's gone awry. Here's how to identify and fix the problem.
Windows' Sticky Notes program may seem like a convenient tool for jotting down reminders and miscellaneous stuff, but it's really a disaster waiting to happen.
Using an SSD and a hard drive together offers both speed and storage space. But most laptops won't let you install two drives.
You can't write that report with a dead keyboard. A few tests can tell you how to bring it back to life.
Spam is going out in your name to everyone you know. A few precautions can keep this from happening again.
Duplicate Cleaner and Free Duplicate Photo Finder can both sift through your digital images for identical or similar ones, but there are limitations to the free versions.
The whole point of external USB-connected storage is that you can easily unplug it, but Windows's Eject Mass Storage option balks sometimes. Resist the urge to yank out the drive and try one of these solutions instead.
Yes, it's true. You can add a Start menu--of sorts--to the Windows 8.1 taskbar without installing a third-party program. All of the code is built into Windows itself. You just have to know the trick that makes it appear.
Not everyone agrees that Android malware seriously threatens security. But taking precautions is still a good idea.
Android and Windows are totally different operating systems. But that doesn't mean they can't work together on the same machine.