Don't-Miss Software Stories
If your mail client isn't showing you all the information you want it to about each message, just tweak the column settings.
The IT Department won’t let Daniel Toth use open source software, believing it’s a security risk. Is it?
Here's what to do when Microsoft changes a file format, Office keeps asking you to accept the EULA, and Dell ships you a monitor with a seemingly random cable.
These downloads give you back the familiar XP Start menu, let you find Office commands quickly, and back up your drivers.
If you use Windows Media Center to watch and/or record TV, you'll definitely want this awesome add-on.
Norm Hunt wants to know, when he’s installing more than one program, if he should reboot between installs
Edward Tottle wants to change a file type’s default application
Marsha Naylor wants a way to access her old Outlook Express and Windows Mail messages in Windows 7
A killer service automates the process of downloading and installing popular software--and it's free!
Helmut Schwemmer wants to use very old software on a new PC
A41202813 asked the Answer Line forum if programs' uninstallers leave junk behind
Photo-management freebie Picasa just added a killer feature. Here's how to get started with it.
Phillip2167 can't find x64 apps, and asked the Answer Line forum about the problem
Whad'ya know! iTunes 9 CAN monitor folders for new music. Well, make that folder, singular. Hey, it's a start!