Internet Explorer is still the most popular browser on the markey, but the gap is narrowing. We explore whether the latest edition can reverse that trend.
Over time, Windows XP can slow down, making computing a frustrating experience. Here we explore some of the best solutions, ranging from quick fixes to last-resort options to speed up an ailing Windows XP.
Wireless networks are particularly at risk from hackers because they can physically intercept data in a way that is much trickier than with wired connections. We explain the dangers of connections which are not properly secured and the steps you should take to keep your data safe.
In the first of a three-part series we look at how running Windows and Linux on one PC can be a good way to try out Linux, or to benefit from its advantages without ditching Windows altogether.
Answers to some of the most common questions about Apple in schools and colleges: Does Apple offer educational discounts? Does Apple offer educational discounts? And what are iTunes U and Apple U?
In the first of a three-part series on switching from Windows to a Mac, we explore which files are worth taking with you, the logistics of transferring them to your new machine, and what to do about your favourite Windows applications.
Two dangerous viruses are spreading to Macs through pirated copies of iWork and Photoshop. We explore the problem, detail the solution, and explain the lessons all Mac users should learn from the incident.
In the final part of this series, we recap useful guidelines and tips for making sure your children are safe online, whatever their age or computer knowledge.
In the first of a three-part series about online child safety, we look at a new report which suggests our assumptions about the risks facing children online may not be accurate.