Your Windows computer no longer boots? Here's what to do about it.
Windows rarely leaves the icons on your desktop where you want them. Here's how to fix that annoying problem.
I hated Windows 8 from the start. But now I can wholeheartedly recommend Microsoft's troubled OS.
You hear and read the same acronyms over and over again. Many you know well. Others you can guess. And some just baffle you. Let's unclutter the alphabet soup.
Showing photos to friends? If the pictures move too slowly, you bore your audience. If they move to fast, you annoy them. Here's how to set the speed in several common programs.
If your computer has acquired the habit of shutting down when you didn't ask it to, there's a good chance that it's overheated. Here's how to cool it down.
Chances are you don't have to encrypt your entire hard drive. But you need to know what files to encrypt.
Google's almost ubiquitous email client doesn't guarantee that your email will be private, or that your account won't be hacked. But the right precautions can give you reasonable protection.
Options that trick you into installing potentially unwanted programs are common during the setup of free tools and programs. Here's how to spot them and keep them off your system.
You install a second hard drive, plug in the power, and turn on the PC. But Windows doesn't boot. Run through this checklist to fix the problem.
We get asked about Windows 8 all the time, and some burning questions just don't die. See if you're savvy enough to answer the top 10 puzzlers for this still-new OS.
In theory, USB 3.0 transfers data at an awesome 5gbps, but the flash drives available now can't even hit USB 2.0's much-lower speed ceiling.
Your PC is in one room, and your HDTV is in another. Here's an easy way to stream videos, music, and photos from the hard drive to the big screen.
External hard drives can provide both backup and storage. But don't use the same drive for both.
From backups to BSODs, Lincoln Spector lists the top 10 tips he's gathered from the past two years of Answer Line letters.
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