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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.
The back of your PC is chock full of connectors and ports--USB isn't the only game in town. Here's a primer on ports.
With these simple instructions, you can install Boot Camp on your Mac and dual-boot it into Windows.
Add an OTA tuner to turn your PC into a DVR, install software from a disc without an optical drive.
Your new PC most likely came with a whole bunch of preinstalled apps and utilities you'll never use. Here's how to get rid of them.
One option is to buy an external drive, of course, but there's another solution that won't cost you a dime.
If your new system came with a bunch of software you don't want, it could be slowing things down. Here's how to get rid of it.
Businesses have laptop needs beyond those of the average consumer, including security, warranty, service, and more. Here's what to look for.
When traveling with smartphones, tablets, and laptops, a small hiccup can derail work for your entire trip. How can you avoid these nightmares on your next business trip?