We run through a few things you’ll need to consider before upgrading to Windows 8.
10 May 2013 |
Find out what options are available to you if you're thinking about upgrading to Windows 8.
We reveal what you need to consider when buying a desktop computer.
7 May 2013 |
Find the right desktop computer within your budget with our comprehensive guide.
e-waste recycling is vital in preventing toxic materials in old electronic equipment from leaching into the environment. Here's how you can do your bit to help.
1 May 2013 |
We look at the environmental impacts of improperly disposing of old electronic equipment, how you can make "greener" purchasing decisions and where you can take your devices to be recycled or refurbished.
Missing some files? These hard drive hunters could find what you're looking for.
22 Apr 2013 |
Desktop search tools offer faster search speeds, content searches, and time-saving features not found in the default Windows tools. We put six to the test.
Just how reliable are your tech devices?
13 Nov 2012 |
The CHOICE technology reliability survey reports on what types of problems can go wrong with common computer devices.
CHOICE Computer wins Best Magazine at 9th Annual IT Journalism Awards.
21 Apr 2011 |
This cleaning gel cleans the improbable.
7 Mar 2011 |
This cleaning gel claims to remove the grime found in keyboards and other electronic devices.
You're likely to have at least one of these groups, with regular, face-to-face meetings, in your local area.
3 Mar 2010 |
We might be in the age of the internet, but computer user groups bring people together to learn more about computing and meet new friends.
How much energy is being sucked up by the technology around your home? And what can you do about it?
30 May 2008 |
Studies show that many of us simply aren’t aware of just how much energy household electronics consume.
Free, stable, fast — there's a lot to like about Linux. We take an in-depth look at this powerful, open-source operating system.
31 Mar 2008 |
Linux is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades and traditionally the domain of hardcore computer geeks. But that’s changing.