Don't-Miss Storage Stories
Backing up twice provides more protection than backing up once--but only if you don't make the same mistakes twice.
I can't tell you exactly how much your PC will speed up with an SSD. But I can tell you it will be a lot.
Cloud storage is convenient, but you can remove any concerns about security or other issues if you do what they do yourself.
We really don't know how long our photos and other digital content will last. But you can increase the odds that your great-grandchildren will enjoy the digital record of your life.
You delete a file, then empty the recycle bin. But the contents of that file remains on your drive. Here's what to do about that.
Sure, you could just store more stuff, but other options range from virtual machines to games.
This tried-and-true program just helped me free up over 100GB worth of drive space in mere minutes.
You can use a cloud storage and syncing service like Dropbox or Google Drive for backup, but you have to understand the limitations.
SSDs differ significantly from the hard drives they're replacing, including care and feeding. Follow these do's and don'ts to keep your SSD in shipshape.
Your hard drive or (more likely) SSD is running out of space. Here are a few tricks for clearing out the garbage.
Do you have more files than space on your PC? These three tools can help you eke out a little more free space by getting rid of duplicate files and folders on your hard drive.
We're all terrified of the day when our hard drive just stops working. Here's what goes on inside the drive when disaster strikes.
SD cards can be pricey, but they also pack a lot of storage into a small form factor—if you don't get one that refuses to work with PCs. If you do, here's how to fix the issue.