Don't-Miss Storage Stories
The best ways to sync your files, max your storage, and access your data from any device, anywhere.
With Windows 8.1 SkyDrive makes many of your files available only when you're online. Here's how to change that so you always have a local copy at hand.
What's it gonna take? These free backup tools are a good start.
Your libraries, such as Documents and Music, can go anywhere on your internal drive. You could also put them in external storage—just avoid these potential pitfalls along the way.
SDSC, SDHC, Mini, Micro, and C vs. U. Here’s what you need to know about SD Cards in their various forms.
Your hard drive (or SSD) is overflowing. You’ve just bought a new one with a larger capacity. Now what do you do?
SSDs slow down with use, but a secure-erase utility could work wonders for it.
"Commander Dave" Turner wants to move his documents, photos, and other data files to another drive
Daisky wants to store files in a way that will make them available to future generations
If coming up with a backup strategy is one of your New Year's resolutions, maybe a backup drive should be on your holiday shopping list. We can tell you what to look for.
Wherein we conceptualize the need and walk you through the deed.
Xolelwa Mzili's PC no longer sees her external hard drive. Can she recover the files?
An SSD can breathe new life into an old PC, but exactly how much performance do you gain? PCWorld ran the tests. Here are the results.
If you don't already own one, beg, borrow, or steal an Android or iOS device to score the extra storage for your cloud drive.
Carol Hart has an extra hard drive hanging around. She asked me what she can do with it.