Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
It's not something you need to do often, but every once in a while, use this simple utility to preserve your drivers. You never know when you might need them.
Jack Maloney read that image backups don’t protect data. Does that mean his files aren’t protected?
Want to see more than just your last 10 files in Windows 7's Start Menu Jump Lists? This simple tweak puts more documents at your fingertips.
Windows 7's built-in text enhancement tool lets you fine-tune your fonts to your personal taste.
Want to drive your computer from your Apple tablet? We tested four of the top iPad remote-control apps to see which one dominates desktops best.
WNCDude asked the Networking forum about backing up one computer to another over a local network
Test-drives with three leading Android remote desktop apps reveal which one delivers the best control for the cash.
Tyl604 asked the Answer Line forum what the Cobian Backup installation program means when it asks for a domain name and password
Instead of monkeying around with Amazon's Web-based file manager, use Gladinet Cloud Desktop to make your Cloud Drive work like a network drive.
Whether you're leaving on your own timetable or departing with a pink slip in your hand, here's how to hit the bricks with your digital life intact.
Defragging your hard drive won't cure any actual problems with your PC, but it may decrease the strain on your hard drive--and make your system a bit peppier.
With an external hard drive filling up with redundant backups, Loutsoul62 turned to the Answer Line forum for help
Fences is the best desktop organizer ever--until it forgets your layout and scatters icons all over the place. Here's how to make it remember your setup.