Don't-Miss Software Stories
Linux machines can save your business cold, hard cash. Here's how to pick the best OS and apps for yourself, your workers, and your IT pros.
Windows 8 isn't all about the live tiles and gesture control. The new OS is filled with nuts-and-bolts improvements, and you can get them all in Windows 7 with a little work.
Docracy tracks TOS agreements for nearly a thousand popular services—and lists the latest updates.
When you need a record of your conversation, recording the call is better than taking notes.
Lyman E Bertsch needs to run an application on a relative's computer. Installing the program isn't an option. Can Lyman run the program off a flash drive?
Ankush khandelwal asked about compatibility issues between files created in different versions of Microsoft Office--specifically the big changes in file format that came with Office 2007.
Netflix and Hulu may get all the hype, but Plex's robust media management and transcoding features make it seamlessly streaming your digital media collection anywhere and anytime a cinch.
Newly updated PhraseExpress supports cloud synchronization, meaning your shortcuts can be shared across all your PCs. And it's still free!
Is your hardware on the fritz after upgrading to Windows 8? Updating your drivers could fix the problem. We tell you how and where to find the most up-to-date drivers for your rig.
If you had trouble reverting from iTunes 11 to iTunes 10, here's how to get things working again.
Free disk-space analyzer WizTree quickly tells you which files and folders are consuming the most storage.
iTunes no longer offers the option of finding duplicate songs. Fortunately, there are plenty of other ways to do so.
Don't like iTunes 11? You can always go back to an older version of the program—if you know where to look.
Freaked out by iTunes' new interface? Here's how to bring back that old familiar sidebar.
Are you constantly seeing different documents at different sizes? The elusive zoom tool holds the key.