Quick, while it's still pure and unsullied! Set up antivirus, clear out bloatware, and perform other tasks to keep your PC humming well into the future.
Lost some work on a document you saved to Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive? Don't worry! All three services automatically save older versions of edited documents.
You may think you're saving money on ink by buying third-party supplies, but expect some hassles.
If you haven't done this with your router yet, do so STAT to make sure it's nice and secure.
You keep selected files or folders encrypted on your internal drive. But are they protected when you use an online backup service?
All your pricey electronics are juicy targets for hackers and sticky-fingered thieves. Here's how to reduce your risks while traveling.
Want to try a new way of video chat without the pain of downloading an app or signing up for an account? Try webRTC.
It's not something you'd do every day, like making and deleting file folders, but it can be helpful. Here's why.
Microsoft's nixing of an old favorite doesn't have to mean the death of fun PowerPoint presentations or Word documents.
Many apps hide a treasure trove of efficiency under a right-click on the taskbar, Jump Lists.
Viruses, Trojans, and worms, oh, my! These symptoms are warning signs that you might have an infected PC.
There's no official silent mode for KitKat and earlier phones, but there are some workarounds and apps you can try.
This tip is not for the privacy cautious, but if you need to make space on your hard drive try offloading infrequently used files to the cloud.