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Boost your hard-drive performance, add redundancy, or do both by converting your PC to use a RAID setup.
Installing the preview version of the new OS is much easier when you do it from a bootable USB drive.
If you're still thinking about your hard drive in Windows XP terms, it's time to learn how Windows 7 handles the not-so-big-deal that is defragmentation.
Before you buy new networking gear, determine if coverage and speed will be good enough for all the devices on your company's network.
Is your job search lagging? Not seeing the results you'd like? Check out these ten expert tips from CIO.com's Kristin Burnham to enhance your search.
If you're considering the move to 40/100gigabit Ethernet, here are 5 things to keep in mind.
Jim Lane asked if he could back up computers when they are not turned on.
Building your own NAS is a great way to safeguard and share your data, without breaking the bank. We'll show you how to get started.
Here's how to enable multiple sign-ins for your Google accounts.
If you need to sneak under a data cap, or if just want to know how much bandwidth you're using, here's how to monitor your bandwidth for free.
Virtualizing your servers might seem like a daunting task, but following these steps can lift the veil and start you on your way.
Is your Internet connection slow? The cause could be a slow DNS name server. Here's how to find the fastest, most reliable DNS servers in your area and use them to enhance your Internet browsing experience.
Figure out the unique address that identifies your PC on the Internet, with this handy guide.