Will smaller form factors and touch screens do much to push a Windows 8 enterprise upgrade cycle?
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HP job cuts are boosting earnings, but the long-term question is whether the company can boost growth by nixing expenses.
Priority Services will be available in more than 60 countries with direct access to support agents.
Acer will take years to turn around unless there's some hit or strategic design thinking.
The Windows registry is a powerful tool, but one wrong edit can make a PC unusable. Bill Detwiler shares five tips for safely editing the registry.
HP's Sprout immersive PC had obvious use cases for business and education. Now HP is making it official with Sprout Pro and a version for education.
Dell says on its Direct2Dell blog that it will launch a Tablet PC after a few years of what could be called a no confidence vote by not entering the market. Ken Fisher at ArsTechnica sings the praises of his Tablet PC.
The juice is definitely gone from the PC market, as far as investors are concerned. And Gateway's ominous warning just made things worse.
ZoneAlarm is prechecking a toolbar--which could be seen as crapware--when it is installed.The issue, highlighted by SunBelt Software, creates quite a cycle.
Bill Detwiler explains what Flash cookies are, how they work, and how you can control them on your computer.