With some Web browsers, it's a little too easy to download a file and not know where it ended up. But you can easily change that.
If you like free stuff, scavenger hunts, and online storage, you'll definitely want to check out the Dropbox Dropquest.
Seamlessly back up, restore, or transfer entire iTunes libraries with CopyTrans TuneSwift--which is free for almost two months.
Find potential duplicate files with DupeRazor--but check them carefully before deleting them.
Looking to retrieve lost or damaged files? One of these handy data recovery utilities may be able to get it back for you.
Believe it or not, Microsoft has an expertly crafted help guide you can read online or print for easy reference.
Although some Explorer views eliminate the need to reveal file extensions, the options is there if you want it.
Developers tend to do a poor job naming their programs' setup files. Fortunately, you can rename them and they'll work just fine.
Brandon Elmo LaLonde wants access to a folder on his school's network when at home