Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Windows 7 promises quicker boot-ups, slick tools, and better looks. Here’s how to get the new OS's top features on your current Vista or XP PC without taking a chance on beta software or waiting for the final version of Windows 7 to arrive.
Trade bandwidth with a friend or business so they host your backup and you host theirs.
There are a variety of netbook distros out there, but you can have a little fun creating your own. Here's how.
Don't consign your laptop to the scrap heap just because it has a worn-out keyboard. You may be able to replace it with a few bucks and a few minutes.
Depending on your needs, you can use fewer displays, input devices, or even PC systems, and still get the benefit of multiple computers.
Here's how to shop more carefully and avoid having to return tech items--and paying restocking fees.
Here's a grab bag of tips, including how to clean your laptop fan, track Netflix usage, and make your own posters.
A simple Wi-Fi finder utility can sniff out open networks for a free alternative to hotel Internet fees.
Excessive dust can cause laptops to run loud and run hot. Grab a screwdriver and some compressed air to fix this problem in three minutes.
It's easy to feel burned after you buy a new laptop, netbook, GPS, or other mobile device--here's why.
When your gadgets conk out, you're paying for it. Follow these tips to keep them charged.
Keep your office hardware, desktop PCs, and laptop batteries running as efficiently as possible to cut ongoing energy costs.