Don't-Miss Input device Stories
Games aren't the same without a gamepad under your thumbs. Play on your PC with your Xbox 360, PS3, or PS2 controller--and other game devices.
That middle button is often ignored, but you can tap its potential for browsing more efficiently, scrolling quickly, and more.
There's one last way to get some extra use out of that third button: Click it, hold it, and drag your mouse to scroll up or down on a page. Very handy!
Today's "Middy" tip is all about folders inside your browser--and what happens when you middle-click one.
Today's tip: clicking that often-overlooked middle button to quickly and easily open a Web link in a new tab.
Are you neglecting that "middle child" of mouse buttons? Here's one easy way to get some extra use from it.
Use image-editing software and Websites to turn your digital photos into handcrafted greeting cards and other holiday gifts.
Got 12 bucks and a grommet hole to spare? This cool hub mounts flush inside your desk.
Sue Bulot wants advice about digitizing all of her important papers
James dropped his laptop and broke the screen. What should he do?
Margaret T. wants to boot from a flash drive and work on documents from there
ImAWhat asked the Answer Line forum why, when he has two USB devices plugged into his "really cheap laptop," he can't run a third.
Before you tote your pixel-speckled flat screen back to the store, consider what a soft cloth, your finger, and a bit of power-fiddling might accomplish.