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If you're crying for help with Windows 8's new interface, here's a quick primer to help you get around. 3
While there are plenty of off-the-shelf solutions that you can buy, you'll get the most reward by getting down and dirty and building your own PC. Here's a rundown of what you'll need to do. 7
Making sense of the the Windows 8 upgrade process.
Ever been partway through a huge download, and Windows sends your PC to sleep? We have the answer. 8
CNET editor Dong Ngo shows how you can replace your computer's hard drive with a solid-state drive and be significantly happier with your life. 2
Whether you've accidentally deleted your files, run format on something you shouldn't have or, Flying Spaghetti Monster forbid, dropped a hard drive, there's still a chance that you can get your da... 4
Don't have a dedicated PC on which to install Windows 8? No problem. Just install the OS on an existing PC using a free virtual machine (VM) utility. Here's how. 1
If you're a long-time user of Windows, you're likely fully aware that PrintScreen captures a screenshot of everything on your screen. But what if you only wanted a section? 2
Are you one of those people who press Ctrl + Alt + Delete and then hit the Task Manager button to see your running processes, check performance and kill errant applications? There's a faster way. 1
Not sure if you can trust the seconds store you're shopping at? Thankfully, two vendors in Australia sell their refurbished wares directly to the public. 4
The third-generation Kindle's winning combination of noteworthy upgrades — an improved screen, better battery life, lighter weight and lower ...
On the surface we're hard pushed to find fault with the new Mini — and with HDMI, it might make the perfect home theatre PC.
Alienware's latest desktop delivers ridiculous performance and bling, and we love it.
The iMac 27-inch is easily the most drool-worthy all-in-one around.