Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
Your PC will slow down over time. Here's how to clean it up without having to reinstall Windows or reformat your hard drive.
When the VDI server maintains a virtual machine for every desktop user, a more PC-like experience results--but weigh your choices carefully before you start.
Moving dangers include theft and espionage, in addition to broken equipment and stubbed toes. Here's how to plan a company move that minimizes hassles and maximizes security.
Whether you seek out cutting-edge tech gear or keep to a strict budget, the tech industry has ways to nickel-and-dime you out of your hard-earned cash. Here’s how to fight back.
Software updates aren't just for PCs any more. Here's how to fix bugs and add new features to your existing hardware with a few easy patches.
In the final installment of our three-part series on building a PC from scratch, we show you how to install the hard drive, optical drive and the graphics card.
In part two of our three-part series on building your own computer, we show you how to install the computer's CPU and RAM.
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.
Whether you’ve budgeted $500 for a new machine or given yourself $1200 to spend, our editors show you how to create the best system for the money.
Sharing printers across a network distributes their cost as well as their functionality. Here's a quick network printing guide for small businesses.
Teach your PC and smartphone to turn on your lights during midnight bathroom breaks, lock your doors, wake you up (with coffee!), and more.
Hardly a week goes by when some organization or another doesn't lose some laptops and face a litany of IT security questions.
Get paid to unload old gear instead of letting it languish in drawers and closets. Companies are willing to buy used electronics for reselling and recycling.