Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
When one of Windows' own tools isn't behaving properly, give it the heave-ho. Here are some much better alternatives to Picture and Fax Viewer.
Believe it or not, Microsoft has an expertly crafted help guide you can read online or print for easy reference.
While I can't say for certain that those Java leftovers are hurting Firefox performance, I know for certain they're not helping.
If Firefox is acting sluggish when you download files, try clearing the Download queue. It might just solve the problem.
Although some Explorer views eliminate the need to reveal file extensions, the options is there if you want it.
Developers tend to do a poor job naming their programs' setup files. Fortunately, you can rename them and they'll work just fine.
Not happy with what Microsoft's file manager is bringing to the table? I hear you. Here are some vastly superior alternatives.
A little-known Windows setting makes it much easier to select multiple files for copying, moving, deleting, etc.
What is that kooky thing? How does it work? And why is it called the Address Bar when what it actually shows is folder locations?
By default, Windows 7 Explorer doesn't show you all your folders, which creates a lot of extra click-work for you. Here's how to correct that.
The Windows 7 version of Explorer is both better and worse than its predecessors. Learn how to tweak the layout to better suit the way you work.
Now that you know what Windows Explorer does, find out where to find it--in any version of Windows!
Deal with random PC reboots, choose your own default e-mail program, and quickly increase icon sizes.