Symantec's Norton AntiVirus 2011 is a great choice thanks to its strong malware detection and smooth interface.
The PCWorld editors discuss the short and long-term implications of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' resignation. Plus, we discuss the fire sale craze that followed when HP discounted its discontinued TouchPad to $99, and more than a dozen new cameras coming this fall from Canon, Nikon, and Sony.
Keeping your PC and gear safe on campus isn't hard! Here are the steps you need to take in the dorm room, in the library, and in the classroom.
Detect identity theft as early as possible by regularly requesting a free credit report.
Reduce your vulnerability to data theft and other hacker threats by creating and using robust passwords.
Reduce your exposure to malware and data theft by minimizing your use of public wireless networks and PCs.
Maintain an encrypted pathway between your PC and the Websites you visit.
Signature updates are essential; but every two or three years, you also need to upgrade to a newer integrated security package.
We talk the dark side of tablet displays and the potential for Lytro's "light field" digital camera technology to revolutionize digital photography in this week's episode of the PCWorld Podcast.
Use automatic security updates to ensure that your system has maximum protection.