Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
James dropped his laptop and broke the screen. What should he do?
A few minutes of Web surfing can pay you back in real savings on components.
A member of the Answer Line forum asked if she can take the CDs and DVDs that came with a new computer and use them on another PC.
Learn how to keep your notebook going when you're away from a wall socket and there's no power port in sight.
Laptop recovery services can rescue a stolen PC and keep your data out of the hands of thieves, as long as you choose the right service for your needs.
Connect desktop PCs, wireless laptops, game consoles, and almost anything else through a wireless router.
Tired of your thumb accidentally brushing the touchpad? Here's a simple fix that doesn't require mucking around with system settings.
Does it make your laptop sleep when you want it to shut down? Shut down when you want it to hibernate? Here's how to teach that power button who's boss!
PC World blogger Rick Broida has tips for improving battery life on the road, making your laptop battery last longer, and saving energy with Windows Vista.
Here's a trick for deskbound laptop users: Pull the plug. But not the one you think.
Save money on batteries and find a new use for your old PC with these tips.
With just a Wi-Fi network, your laptop can sense its location in Google Latitude and Google Maps.
More lessons learned from 2008: Mac laptops aren't necessarily more expensive than Windows portables, airplanes are the new Internet cafes, and more.