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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.
Whether for a business based at home or in an office highrise, plugging energy leaks can bring measurable savings.
Want to make the screen of your laptop, tablet, or cell phone seem to disappear? Here are some inspiring examples.
Virtualizing even a small infrastructure can ease administration and reduce costs. Here's what to look for in a host server, network interfaces, power supplies, and virtualization software.
Firefox 3.6.6 features browser crash prevention. Here's how to easily install it in Ubuntu Linux.
In this seven-part series called "Build a Great Media-Editing PC," we take you through the entire process of building your own powerful computer. In this video, we show you how to choose the parts for your new desktop.
Here's what to do when Microsoft changes a file format, Office keeps asking you to accept the EULA, and Dell ships you a monitor with a seemingly random cable.
Here are step by step instructions for setting up an Ubuntu Linux computer with a 23-inch LCD monitor for under $200.
Actually, it's a pretty easy decision. But it'll probably cost you a few extra bucks.
Here's how to identify every important cable for use with computer monitors.
Updating your BIOS can cut boot times, fix compatibility issues, and improve overall performance--or brick your system if you do it wrong.