Don't-Miss Software Stories
You don't have to put up with Adobe Reader
Think you need a Kindle or Quicken? Think again. These handy pieces of software can fill in for much more expensive alternatives.
New Peer-to-Peer blog post.
An anonymous reader wants to know how to handle all the tips and recommended downloads he reads about in PC World. Should he file tips away for future reference? Download and install every program we recommend?
PC World blogger Rick Broida helps you use common apps more effectively, including Firefox, Adobe Reader, and Microsoft Word.
Adobe Reader can't remember the last page you were viewing?! Actually, it can.
kckrug1994 asked the Answer Line Forum if a game or application would will work if installed onto an external drive.
Not happy with the latest build of a favorite program? Here's your chance to go back in time.
These free and fee-based Web services not only aggregate data from your online bank accounts, they give you tools for managing your money.
Use Mozilla's free Thunderbird e-mail client to get a grip on your multiple e-mail accounts.
A few new habits can make the difference between staying on task, finding what you need, and getting things done--or having a tech meltdown.
Video chat is finally becoming more than just a nerdy novelty. Here's how to get some face time with your family, friends, colleagues, and customers--with or without a PC.