It really doesn't take much to set up a solid backup protocol for your PC. Here are the basics, with pointers to more details.
Arnoldas Zdanevicius needed help finding a file. Windows' built-in search tool can be a powerful ally--if you know its tricks.
The AutoPlay menu gives you lots of options, but if you always want just one, you can customize it.
The Internet is bringing bigger audiences to independent films, but it doesn’t work that way for tent-poles and franchises.
Thanks to your greasy fingers, touchscreens get dirty quicker than old-fashioned monitors. Here's how to clean off the schmutz.
You can use a cloud storage and syncing service like Dropbox or Google Drive for backup, but you have to understand the limitations.
Sure, you can run Windows and Linux, or two versions of Windows, all on the same PC. Just follow these steps to do it right.
SSDs differ significantly from the hard drives they're replacing, including care and feeding. Follow these do's and don'ts to keep your SSD in shipshape.
Your hard drive or (more likely) SSD is running out of space. Here are a few tricks for clearing out the garbage.
Last week, your PC speeded along like a champ. Now it moves like an arthritic turtle. Let's see if we can fix this.
When Windows gets messed up, System Restore allows you to go back to a better time…but only if it's been creating system points regularly.
Dig into Live Mail's settings to manage email storage and other handy features.
The secret is cold brewing, according to the inventor, but we’ll have to wait until late this summer to find out.
Maybe there's weird activity on your home network. Maybe your ISP's asking about illegal online dealings. That's when you need to check your IP address.
You can have the power, upgrade options, and ergonomic advantages of a desktop without sacrificing the portability of a laptop.
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