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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.
Free tool Ninite lets you pick and choose the software you want, then installs it all automatically.
Want to wow people with your PC? Here's how to spice up your tech life with widgets, wallpaper, and multitouch screens.
Whether for a business based at home or in an office highrise, plugging energy leaks can bring measurable savings.
You’ve built your new PC, but something’s not right--and you don't have the luxury of a manufacturer's warranty or tech support line. Here’s how to fix problems with your do-it-yourself PC.
Don34 opened his PC’s power supply to clean it. Now it doesn’t work. He asked the Answer Line forum for help.
Here are step by step instructions for setting up an Ubuntu Linux computer with a 23-inch LCD monitor for under $200.
Whether you choose a PC with a set configuration or customize your system with a vendor who builds it to order, we can help you find a desktop built the way you need it.
You want to keep your PC running smoothly, your apps updated, and your data safe--but you're lazy. Here's how to keep your PC healthy while expending the minimum amount of effort possible.
The Bloomberg Terminal is too pricey for most small businesses, so make one yourself for under $1000.
PCs, printers, smartphones, cameras, networks--your stuff will inevitably stop working. Here's how to troubleshoot and fix your most common tech issues.