Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Learn how to keep your laptop looking great and working well for as long as possible, without losing your mind.
Do you live with a thin-and-light laptop that has a small drive? Or just have a large drive that's filled to overflowing? Here's how to get some breathing room back.
Eliminate distractions and focus on your writing by turning your laptop into a modern-day typewriter (sort of) using Linux and Dropbox.
We walk you through the process of swapping out an old and busted keyboard for a shiny new one--and saving some bucks by doing it yourself.
To thoroughly evaluate a PC's performance, you need to use multiple tools and utilities specifically designed to tax each major component. We show you which tools to use, describe how to get results that are reliable and repeatable, and explain what all those numbers mean.
With the help of a few high-tech tools, you can run a real business without ever stepping foot in an office.
Does your PC act as though it's about to die? Don't panic! We explain why the most common problems happen and what to do about them.
PCWorld's editors band together to solve the greatest PC mysteries! Find out why your PC beeps on startup, what a .dat file is, how USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 differ, and much more!
The Bheestie Bag promises to dry out a wet phone, camera, or other gadget; plus, learn how to give an old laptop hard drive new life.
Every laptop owner wants to maximize the time between battery recharges. Here's how to achieve that goal with a few basic hardware and software tweaks; as a bonus, they may improve your notebook’s performance, too.
Use our experts' guide to in-store testing before you spend big bucks on your next laptop.
Your laptop could be stolen at the airport, in your hotel, or when you're walking down a street. A few precautions should provide protection.
Follow our guide to safeguard your laptop, as well as the data that resides on it.
Windows 8 includes a more drastic graphical interface change than previous versions of Windows. Here are the top questions new users are likely to ask--and how to answer them.