There are three ways to have your Ubuntu and keep Windows, too.
When disaster strikes your Windows PC, an Ubuntu live drive has all the tools you need to save the day.
It's easy to dump all your desktop bloatware in one fell swoop, but what about all those programs you don't need on the modern side of Windows? A new app helps you dump modern apps in bulk.
Remove individual sites or pages from your history rather than all of it. We'll show you how in this video tip.
Erasing your entire browsing history might be overkill if you just want to remove one or two sites or pages. In Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer you can selectively delete your browsing history.
See what all the hub-bub behind Valve's gaming-centric operating system is about WITHOUT blowing away all the data already on your hard drive.
You’ve given up Microsoft Office for the free LibreOffice. Unfortunately, you really don’t care for that default Liberation Serif font.
Managing your Wi-Fi connections may not seem all that important...until it is.
Here’s how to give crooks, corporations, and governments the slip while you search the web.
The Windows 8.1 update made Microsoft's Metro vision much more PC-friendly, but the newly universal desktop taskbar can block the UI in Metro apps. Here's how to make it stop.
With a little planning and lots of twist ties, your cluttered PC can be transformed into a clean, crisp computer with wonderful airflow.
Windows has a way to let most old programs keep running. Failing that, there's a free utility that could save the day.
A Start Menu and the ability to run Metro apps in desktop windows are coming to Windows 8.1 at some unspecified time in the future, but you can get it today thanks to some helpful software.