Don't-Miss OS & system enhancement software Stories
Here's a great collection of tools for anyone responsible for administering servers or services in the cloud.
Apple and Microsoft are both trying to bring mobile features to their new desktop operating systems, but their approaches differ greatly.
Web-based tech support services provide live help, but can you trust your PC in a stranger's hands? We suffered hold-time hell to test how four services dealt with real-world Windows problems.
DriverMax offers free driver updates, but the process is clunky and time-consuming.
Free utility SlimDrivers not only identifies outdated drivers, it also updates them, too.
DriverUpdate not only updates your drivers, but also helps keep your Windows OS and some key applications up to date, too.
Dactylographe takes on Courier with a vengeance, but loses ground with uneven styling and clashing letterforms.
SafetyWeb.com offers a comprehensive way to monitor your child's online and mobile activity.
Ice Cream Sandwich adds some delicious upgrades, but it still requires a bit of a learning curve. We’ll walk you through the good, the bad, and the ugly of Google’s latest version of Android and provide some tips to get you all set up with the new OS.
Updating drivers is no thrillfest, but out-of-date drivers cause big headaches. We review the programs that promise to locate driver updates for you...and tell you who delivers.
Scare your PC all the way into next month with this collection of free fonts, screensavers, themepacks, and wallpapers.
Celebrate Halloween with this whimsical Windows 7 theme--complete with Jack-o-lanterns, skeletons, and creepy sounds.
The playfully creepy Graveyard Font collection is the perfect way to teach little ghouls their ABCs.
If you love Mexican folk art--or Day of the Dead, or Halloween--this colorful free Windows 7 theme is just your style.
Ghoulish, a display font drawn by Canadian art director Gary Pullin, is a macabre delight.