Installing games from a CD is old-school. These days it is all about digital game download services. We reviewed five examples over the last month and today we recognize some of the best.
A DigiTimes report states notebooks featuring Google's Chrome OS will start launching in fall 2010.
Migrating to Windows 7 is extremely easy - if you're currently running Windows Vista. Switching to Windows 7 from Windows XP is more complicated, but there are some third-party applications that make an XP to 7 upgrade much easier. Our sister site Search Enterprise Desktop has a rundown of Windows 7 migration tools, one of which is sure to match your needs.
If you're considering buying a loved one a new PC this spring, don't forget that software has as much (if not more) impact on your computing experience as hardware. We rate the best software applications in five categories -- Security, Office Suites, Photo Editing, Video Editing, and Online Backup -- and offer free alternative apps in each area, just in case you forgot to budget for apps when you laid down cash for your new desktop, laptop, or tablet computer.
There are literally dozens of photo-sharing websites available today, but which offer the best features for your particular image-based ambitions? We compare DeviantArt, Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa Web Albums, and SmugMug -- five of the top online photosharing sites -- in this roundup.
Google Chrome may grab headlines for its excellent extensions (including the fake ones), but Firefox takes a back seat to no one in the browser plug-in department. We list the top 10 best Firefox add-ons to improve your browsing experience.
There are plenty of sites out there that let you publish and share videos online, but precious few of those sites help earn money off your cinematic efforts. Which video sharing sites do the best job of helping you monetize your content? We break it down in this roundup.
These missing Chrome extensions have been categorized as "inappropriate," and as such have been deprecated from Google's extension listings. What's so wrong -- or so right -- about these missing extensions that Google doesn't want to tout them? We clue you in with this roundup.
There are plenty of sites out there ready and willing to host your home videos, but which social video sites offers the best combinations of features and user-friendliness to earn the honor of showcasing your footage? We break it down in this roundup.
Internet threats continue to pose a problem for anyone that surfs the Internet -- and yes, that includes you reading the headline and thinking you know it all. In this article we will show you how to protect yourself using some "best practices" for safely surfing the Internet, all without spending a dime.
Google Chrome has much to recommend it as a browser, but a veteran FireFox or habitual Internet Explorer user may be hesitant to give up the add-ons or plug-ins that make their favorite web browsers more useful. Chrome extensions are the answer here, as they replicate or replace the functionality found in typical browser plug-ins. Below we list the top 10 Chrome extensions to get you started.
It may be 2010, but US taxpayers still have 30 days left to file their 2009 tax returns -- and there are a number of online services vying to help them. What online tax preparation software offers the best bang for your buck? We break it down in this buyer's guide.
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