Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
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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.