No matter what platform you're on, there's a way to capture on-screen content. Here's how.
When you ditch your computer or smartphone, do you wipe it clean? How about your work computer? Here's how to leave no trace of yourself.
If you're looking to get your photos out of Apple's iCloud, here are ways to download them with a Mac, a PC and an iPhone.
Apple is set to unveil new iPads, MacBooks and more at its Oct. 30 event in New York. Here's how to watch.
It's easier than ever to see how much juice your Android device has got left thanks to a new streamlined feature in Android Oreo.
Our partner site Tom's Hardware worked with kids to teach them how to build a PC. Then put it all on video as part of our STEM Camp initiative.
Two prominent tech companies are making it easy to donate to victims, but there are plenty of places online where you can help.
With the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum, you can set up profiles for individual games, adjust the backlighting and tweak the weights. Here's how to get started.
If you're hoping to save some time while using your tech but don't know where to start, we have you covered with this roundup of skills.
Your Windows PC's firewall is a strong defense against malware, hackers and other sorts of Internet nasties. Here's how to turn it on.
Apple has probably ended support for Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6. Here's how to make the free upgrade to Mavericks.
If you want the biggest selection of games (at the best prices) on the most powerful hardware, your best bet is to build a gaming PC.
You can create family heirlooms out of your photographs. It's pricey, but can be worth the cost. Follow our instructions about paper and ink.
Many 802.11g products now come equipped with WDS bridging and repeating capabilities, but getting them set up isn't as easy as it should be. This ProblemSolver will first review the basics of WDS and compare it to previous bridging methodologies. We'll then provide some tips to help you maximize your chances of WDS success.
We often hear from people who have two (or more!) routers in their LAN and are trying to get Microsoft File and Printer sharing running among all their computers. This ProblemSolver will explain why this doesn't work by default and provide some suggestions for working around the problem.
If you can't get your VPN to work through a firewall, you may be able to open some ports in your router’s firewall to get your VPN connection made.
The inability to open a website by name usually indicates a DNS (Domain Name System) problem. DNS is the service that converts the website URL, i.e. www.yahoo.com into the IP address that is needed for actual communication.
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