Don't-Miss Desktop Stories
Looking to maximize your PC's performance or troubleshoot a problem? First, you'll need to master the art of benchmarking.
Mac OS X Lion reverses the direction that pages scroll when you roll your mouse wheel or gesture with your trackpad. Here's how to set it back to the old scrolling direction.
You can use your PC for gaming, video processing, and Web surfing. How about for cooking?
Update your machine's driver in 4 minutes or less to keep your system current on bug fixes and support for new features.
If you're a student, there's no reason for you to pay full price.
Fixing your friends' computers? Carry a bootable PC toolkit in your pocket.
Does your system seem sluggish? We look at some reasons why your desktop or laptop may have lost some of its pep, and offer some tips for helping it recover.
Barrbender plans to migrate files to a new PC. One problem: He has only one monitor and therefore can’t run the two PC simultaneously.
Upgrading your PC's hardware can be easy, but there's a right way and a wrong way to do each task. Here are five upgrades that most users do a half-baked job on, and tips to help your upgrade go flawlessly.
Keeping your contacts, calendars, and other data synced across all your mobile devices and PC platforms isn't as difficult as it seems.
Windows Home Server 2011 is here. Find out if it's right for you--and how to set it up.
Learn how to secure your data in the cloud, restore it after a crash--and get YouTube to run on your new PC.
Looking to upgrade your PC performance on the cheap? Overclocking your components is free, easy, and safe--if you do it right.