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Asking, "How do I make my printer wireless?" It's really quite simple, if you can find a compatible wireless printer server.
By Jaceson Maughan
Arduino is an exciting open-source microcontroller board. Here's why it's so popular.
By NW Bartlett
An external mouse(or clumsy thumbs) can cause an erratic cursor. Disabling touchpads can solve either of these problems.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
What does FTP mean? "FTP" stands for "file transfer protocol," and you probably rely on FTP every time you go online, whether you realize it or not.
By Jaceson Maughan
You can't perform a notebook memory upgrade until you know what's currently installed in your notebook computer, how much memory your notebook computer supports and how many available slots you have. Here's what else you need to know to get the upgrade done.
By Dachary Carey
Any printer can be available throughout your network with a wireless printer adapter. This technology isn't cheap, so it pays to think about your printing needs to get the best value.
By Jaceson Maughan
Ever ask yourself "how much RAM do I need?" Whether you're a hardcore computer gamer or you use your computer only for sending e-mails, you'll have very different requirements.
By Dachary Carey
The question of the best netbook computer isn't objective; it's based on your needs and how you'll use it. You'll need to take the processor, operating system and size into account.
By Dachary Carey
The QWERTY layout was designed to make early typewriters jam less frequently.
By Sarah Parrish
Make files, programs and even Web sites easier to find and open with links on your desktop.
By Gail Seymour
If you're upgrading your computer and need to dispose of an old computer or computer parts, here's why to recycle computers and their parts:
By Dachary Carey
Inkjet printers are the best choice if you want to print photos and graphics, and some models can even print labels directly onto CDs and DVDs. You'll want to compare resolutions to get the best quality prints and look at the lifetime cost of inkjet cartridge replacement to find the best value.
Wondering how to make Vista look like a Mac? You've got plenty of options ready-made to create a Mac illusion from your Vista desktop.
By Dachary Carey
Who invented the PC? Actually, several people and companies had a hand in the creation of this incredible device.
By Jennifer Maughan
You may be wondering, what is USB? Find out about the new connectivity standard for computers and how to use it.
By Dachary Carey
If you want to copy a DVD to hard drive, you'll need more than a disc and a DVD drive. You'll want good DVD ripping software and plenty of hard drive space. You'll also need to be careful to ensure that you're not violating a copyright.
By Dachary Carey
Everything you need to know about the Retina Display.
By Philip Lop
Are you thinking about buying a color laser printer? Some people just want the best, shiniest gadgets available, but many businesses and individuals actually evaluate technology products before purchasing them.
By Dachary Carey
A portable external hard drive is a wonderful device for computer users who travel frequently. You can use portable external hard drives to easily take media or important data with you, back up multiple computers and add extra storage to your systems.
By Dachary Carey
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