Don't-Miss Windows 8 Stories
The first Windows 8 Satellite LX835's biggest problem is it's display, with too many video artifacts and too much gloss.
The Envy 23 delivers solid performance and an excellent touchscreen in a sleek, usable package.
This gorgeous all-in-one sacrifices usability in favor of aesthetics.
Acer's made a decent first attempt at tablet/desktop convergence with the W700, but the technology and implementation still isn't fully baked.
Samsung's ATIV Smart PC design is neither fish nor fowl. In its attempt to blur the line between tablet and PC, Samsung only confuses the issue.
This sleek budget machine looks good but lacks performance muscle.
If you’re going to throw down some cash for Microsoft’s new Surface RT tablet, you absolutely must get either the Touch Cover or Type Cover along with it. But which keyboard offers a better compromise between thinness and performance?
Buried deep inside Windows 8, you'll find great tools for tweaking and improving the OS. And they're all free of charge.
PCWorld's editors select the year's best products for getting work and business done.
The Aspire 7600U is a mesmerizing machine, but its mobile processor means less-than-impressive performance.
The Acer S7-391 is a super thin ultraportable with a great display, design and performance, but only moderate battery life.
This laptop has nice speakers, a usable touchscreen, and some expensive-looking design elements. But it’s just too bulky and underwhelming (performance-wise) to justify the almost-$1000 price tag.
Whether you're riding a bus or taking a breather between business meetings, these Windows 8 gaming apps are perfect for blowing off a little steam.