Don't-Miss Hard drive Stories
Network-attached storage is becoming indispensable at work and at home. Here’s how to pick the right NAS device for you.
Plug the gaps in your wireless network by routing network traffic through electrical outlets
With an external hard drive filling up with redundant backups, Loutsoul62 turned to the Answer Line forum for help
Ata Amiri asked if using two separate backup program will interfere with incremental backups
After you replace a bad drive, how can you temporarily restore access to that drive to run data-recovery utilities? Here's a high-level, low-cost solution.
Kenb asked the Desktops forum onto what type of media he should backup his files
Here's how to find and eliminate PC clutter--and automate file organization so that it never crops up again.
Robyn's PC gives her a "Hard Disk Drive Failure" error message at boot up. A reboot loads Windows.
Simply pulling your flash memory or USB-connected external drive out of your PC could cause problems.
These tips and tricks will help you destroy old data and make sure that your old drives are wiped clean.
Rasha1997 asked if he should use Windows’ own defragging tool, a third-party defragger, or just not bother