Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
Upgrading your PC's hardware can be easy, but there's a right way and a wrong way to do each task. Here are five upgrades that most users do a half-baked job on, and tips to help your upgrade go flawlessly.
When EddieS reinstalled Windows, he found all of his old files in a folder called C:\Windows.old. Can he delete it?
Here's how to customize your own default font and paragraph style in Microsoft Word.
Here's how to set up file sharing and fix connection problems in no time at all.
Terry Marshall asked if he could move his old hard drive, unchanged, to his new PC
Numerous circumstances can cause your network to go dark. Follow these steps to fix it.
Learn how to secure your data in the cloud, restore it after a crash--and get YouTube to run on your new PC.
You don't need a separate media center for every TV in your house. Instead, just plug in an extender. There's only one real option, but it's a good one.
Jim Richmond asked why his CPU is running at 100 percent, slowing down his PC to a crawl.
Tips for using a USB-to-IDE/SATA adapter, running programs from flash drives, and buying laptop parts on eBay.
This item sits in a drawer most of the time, but every now and again it emerges to save the day.
Can't get past the BIOS splash-screen when you power up your PC? There might be a simple fix.