News and Articles About Computers
Even the most fervent PC enthusiast has to admit that Apple is on a roll. Riding on the coattails of the iPod's dominance and the iPhone's cachet, sales of the company's Macintosh personal computers are rising.
How to make the switch back and deal with the gnarly problem of transferring your Vista e-mail, contacts, and user data back to the old standby operating system.
Windows Home Server lets you store and stream media files, create backups, and connect remotely via the Web. Plus, it's great on older PCs.
Blindingly fast chips, flexible displays, nanotube cooling, and more: Tomorrow's technologies will change everything about computing, whether you're at home, at work, or on the road.
A few simple tweaks to the BIOS and to Windows' power settings can cut your PC power bill by more than half.
Latest reviews and tests show that even the big boys are now bringing something to the overclocking table
With these programs, you can eliminate a lot of annoying Windows limitations, and enhance your computing fun cheaply--or even for free.
Solid-state drives outrun standard hard drives in some laptops and on some applications, but does their performance edge justify their higher price?
Can't get your PC to boot? Or just sent your boss a really embarrassing e-mail? Here's how to recover from these and ten other potential catastrophes.
Meet the web applets that interact with your desktop 24/7/365.
Don't let an unexpected disaster stop you in your tracks. Follow these tips to keep your computer data safe no matter what.
Worried about protecting computer data? With a tape backup drive, your worries may be over.
Prices keep dropping--giving you more computer than ever for your money.
High-quality screens are earning rave reviews for the newest SVGA notebook computers.