News and Articles About Software
You don't have to be a Photoshop expert to take great pictures--but you should know this handful of common editing techniques.
Almost daily, headlines proclaim how businesses are cutting costs and improving productivity by using Linux-based, open-source software.
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.
Cure a sluggish PC, improve your defenses, and have more computing fun with these great programs. Most are freebies, and you can try those that aren't before you put down any cash.
Turn your PC on, and you're immediately vulnerable to malicious attacks. But you can use these free applications to minimize the dangers and protect yourself.
The tool is designed to inform users when their applications need patching.
Pros - Innovative dual-slider design Excellent messaging software. Cons - Sometimes lackluster call quality Small selection of nongame apps
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.
The new version of Windows can be a challenge for some notebooks to run. Our tests will point you to the laptops with the power to handle Vista.
These tech pros will help you determine if an upgrade to Microsoft's Windows Vista is right for you and your company right now.
New chips, lower prices--maybe you can afford that Vista PC after all.
Your customers may soon use their cell phones to find out prices--and much more.
Input, output, expenses, taxes... what does it all mean? With Peachtree's latest editions, you can start making the numbers work for you.
If you're a Microsoft office junkie, this accounting program might be the all-in-one tool you need to bring your business's books in line.
Is free software really worth it? One business owner describes his first experiences with OpenOffice.