From a computer's point of view, a photo of text isn't real text. But you don't have to invest in OCR software to fix that.
Once you understand what color temperature is and why it matters, you can choose the right types of light bulbs to improve the quality of your life at home.
Lenovo has been preloading new consumer PCs with Superfish adware that injects ads and hijacks the secure HTTPS encryption of every site you visit. Eradicating the threat isn't easy, but here's how, complete with a new automated tool.
CardDesk is a web app that helps you organize your Evernote content into index cards on a virtual cork board. Here's how to get started.
Preloaded software bogs down your hard drive, your start menu, and worse. We're looking at you, Superfish. Clean it out with these handy tools and tricks.
An image backup can restore a hopelessly messed up Windows installation. But how do you restore a backup when you can't boot Windows?
Microsoft’s purple paper eater may just help restore your sanity when you’re fighting digital clutter.
The native image editor built into Chromebooks is hidden and weak, but Chrome OS doesn't support the powerful desktop image editing software available for Windows. Don't fear! These free tools can help you tweak your pictures.
You can forward any text messages you receive, shush an annoying group thread, and sync messages between devices.
Do you get an annoying warning every time you plug your thumb drive into a PC? Here's how to fix that.
Take advantage of Office's hidden powers to get some serious work done on your iPad.
You can forward any text messages you receive, shush an annoying group thread, or swap in a whole new messaging app.
Your PC and your phone aren't the only devices that can catch an infection. The router that connects them to the Internet may also be vulnerable.
There's an interesting new extension for Chrome that puts Dropbox on par with Google Drive in your Gmail window.
It's easy to connect a laptop to an HDTV--unless your laptop doesn't have the right port.