Don't-Miss Software Stories
Here's how Picasa stacks up against Windows Live Photo Gallery as a free way to edit and store your photos.
Free tool Ninite lets you pick and choose the software you want, then installs it all automatically.
Firefox gem Morning Coffee loads your favorite blogs, newspapers, and other sites with just one click.
Pancho asked the Desktops forum how to print a list of all the programs that come up when you boot Windows
This tiny utility shows at-a-glance if your Caps Lock, Num Lock, and/or Scroll Lock are activated.
This awesome Firefox add-on also provides mouse-over previews of the listings themselves. It's a must-have.
One's for novices, the other's for experts. Both will require a lot of toner and paper--if you plan to print hard copies.
Cross-platform apps such as Firefox Portable Edition, OpenOffice.org Portable, and Audacity Portable will give your phone full PC capabilities.
A free utility promises to make video-buffering interruptions a thing of the past. But does it work?
In this video, we show you how to safely boot up for the first time and configure your PC's BIOS settings.
Trying to resurrect a tuner-defunct media center? The free Hulu Desktop Integration plug-in for Windows Media Center is a great place to start.
If you're an Outlook user having trouble getting links to open in Firefox, a quick visit to the Registry should fix it.
Can't tune in analog channels anymore? Before you consign your home-theater PC to the trash pile, try Boxee.