Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
Jim Lane asked if he could back up computers when they are not turned on.
Have some geeky fun and turn your e-book reader into an Android tablet, give an old netbook new life with Lubuntu--but first, a public service announcement.
Here's how to build a high-performance gaming system in a small box, suitable for carrying to LAN parties or gaming in small spaces.
You can speed up your PC's boot time by cutting out startup items in Windows.
Ericuse165 found some memory at a great price. He asked the Laptops forum if he should update his laptop.
Rosalyn wants to move data from a 14-year-old, Windows 98 computer to a brand new one.
Figure out the unique address that identifies your PC on the Internet, with this handy guide.
When you have problems with Windows 7, follow this guide to enable Safe Mode and troubleshoot your PC with ease.
Atrrocket asked if it's best to shut off a PC every night or leave it on
If you're getting errors when you boot your PC, the problem may be nothing more than a dead CMOS battery. Fortunately, they're cheap and easy to replace--on desktops, anyway.
Here's how to eliminate crapware, install all of your favorite apps at once, and get your brand-new PC ready for hard work (or play).