Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
With a few mouse-clicks, this simple tool migrates user profiles and data from XP or Vista to Windows 7.
If you're encountering weird cursor behavior, it's probably the result of accidental touchpad touches. A free utility may help.
How a Rhode Island law firm is doing more with less thanks to a virtualization makeover.
Ming Lai wants to know how backup programs handle files that are currently open and changing
Longtime favorite LogMeIn Free makes it easy to connect to your home PC from your laptop, a friend's system, or even your iPhone.
Ruption18 asked the Answer Line forum what regular chores will keep his PC healthy
Dwight Schoffer wants to know the downside of backing his data to a flash drive, then deleting it from his hard drive
Set up an autocomplete that works in all apps, tweak the Backspace key, strip formatting from pasted text, and delete Outlook e-mail quickly.
Robert wants to know if Windows 7’s built-in backup program is worth using
Michael Crandall wants to know if dividing his hard drive into multiple, smaller partitions will improve its speed
The unsung hero of the Windows world, AHK lets you automate just about anything. It can also expand abbreviated text as you type.
The free Win7 Library Tool improves on one of Windows 7's best features and even lets you back up your library configuration.
The time may come when you need to restore your PC. Instead of going all the way back to square one, use an "image" of your system as it exists right now.