A long-time contender for the best backup-software crown, True Image nearly gets its interface act together.
This Pentium-powered convertible is priced right, but be prepared to accept some compromises in construction and performance.
The yearly update to Cyberlink's signature creative suite offers a number of useful new features as well as support for H.265/HEVC and XAVC-S,
Do you like your browser fast, easy on system resources, or simple to use? We tested Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari, and found surprising differences on these measures.
High-end NAS boxes tend to be expensive. QNAP’s latest is the most capable in its price range, but it comes with a few caveats.
This stylish machine games up to 1080p and is an all-around nicely realized laptop.
It's hard to find an inexpensive printers that doesn't ream you with pricey inks, but this model's high-yield cartridges offer an economical option.
WD is a bit late to the wireless storage party, but its new drive brings some goodies.
The WF-4630's new PrecisionCore print head produces near laser-like print quality. Throw in great features and low operational costs and you have an outstanding, low-cost, low-volume office multifunction.
IT professionals have used virtual hard drives for years in servers and virtual machines, but you can also use VHDs to back up your data. we'll show you how and when to do this.
The X585dn competes well with similarly-priced, enterprise-class laser multifunctions, but costs less to operate and produces better photos.
This 11-inch tablet boasts an Intel Core i5 processor with vPro and Trusted Platform Module support, a smart card reader, and biometric security.
This laptop is pretty enough on the outside that you'll wish it had more going for it on the inside.
Though the free utilities work to a degree, the primary purpose of this suite is to up-sell you and advertise the company's telephone support.
Though its malware detection rate doesn't quite match up with the elite, this Android app offers great help with locating, securing, and protecting your phone. It might even send you a picture of the jerk who stole it.