Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Netbooks are cheap, ultra-mobile, and selling like hotcakes. But is now the time to buy some for your mobile workers?
Tired of ruining your document because your thumb grazed the touchpad? There may be an easy fix.
PC World blogger Rick Broida tells you how to troubleshoot PC performance, speed up your Internet access, open .docx files, and more.
Use these super testing tools to test and track practically everything about your PC--including its hard drive, Internet connections, and inside-the-case hardware.
Use these smart mobile tech tricks to create your own wireless hotspot out of a phone or laptop in a pinch, protect your laptop from grab-and-dash thieves, and communicate with anyone anywhere.
These tricks can boost your local wireless network speeds.
PC World blogger Rick Broida tells you how to revive a dead laptop, turn a notebook into a hotspot, and protect sensitive docs from prying eyes.
Traveling with sensitive business information can be risky. A hardware-encrypted hard drive can keep your files locked up on the road.
Notebook won't boot? There may be a simple fix, but you'll need a screwdriver.
Refurbished laptops can save you hundreds of dollars compared to nearly identical, new models.
Do you really need that $350 productivity suite? Jim Martin suggests some money-saving alternatives.
Tips and advice for that scary time when both your laptop and its warranty have expired.
Speed up your CPU and graphics card, add advanced features to your wireless router, boost your network's range, and tweak your PC's power consumption for extra efficiency.