Don't-Miss Computers Stories
ZumoCast makes it a snap to access your media library on other PCs and even your iPhone or iPad. And it's free!
What's all this about 32-bit Windows and 64-bit Windows? And how do you tell which version you currently have?
If you have a big monitor, everything about Windows might be a little small for comfort. Luckily, there's an easy way to "enlarge" the OS.
There's no law that says you have to stick with the Windows-standard rubber ducky, or whatever you chose during installation. Here's how to get the image you want.
Fab freebie BatteryBar is the single best thing to happen to laptops since Wi-Fi. It shows you everything you need to know about your battery.
If Windows is suddenly throwing you this weird watermark curveball, fear not: it's pretty easy to knock outta the OS park.
If you're a Windows 7 user, here's a utility that should solve the maddening problem of accidental touchpad swipes. And it's free!
Stop tearing out your hair. The solution to your random lockups might be as simple as a new hotfix issued by Microsoft.
My bad! A tip on restoring the classic All Programs menu in Windows 7 had unexpected consequences. Here's how to reverse the process.
Every now and then, Odoc’s PC slows down to a crawl. He asked the Answer Line forum for advice.
This decade-old browser is a feature-strapped security risk. Unless you absolutely positively need it for work, there's no excuse for not upgrading.
Cbs326 asked the Desktops forum for advice about upgrading a PC’s memory
Rick answers reader e-mail about a computer clock that's slightly off, a Windows XP system that won't shut down, and troubleshooting slow Wi-Fi connections.
In part one of our three-part series on building your own PC, we show you how to connect the power supply and insert the motherboard in your new computer.