We walk you through the entire process of restoring your PC under Windows 7, from how to create a system image through to restoration options.
If you’re not afraid of getting your hands just a little bit dirty and doing a spot of Registry editing, we’ve got some great tweaks for you here.
There has been some praise for Windows 8.1, but the simple truth is that it isn’t worth an upgrade for traditional desktop users.
This year’s Intel Developer Forum once again brought up the issue of benchmarking, and exactly how useful it is in evaluating products.
Here are 10 important things we learned at this year’s IDF, concerning the future of mobile, privacy, and other issues.
The real news is the 1500 Series' utilisation of the new 80mm M.2 form factor, which eschews the usual drive casing for a drive that consumes 55mW less power when active and 70mW less when idle.
This was the first time that Brian Krzanich would address the crowd of developers, press, and other interested onlookers at the 16th annual event as CEO of Intel, a position he took up in May.
IDF 2013 is going to be largely about mobile, and Intel will want to underline the reasons why you should start thinking of it as a mobile company first.
Microsoft has a new target audience of touch-fiends, and sadly, its new operating system doesn’t do desktop power users any favours.
Codenamed "Quantal Quetzal", the free consumer operating system aims to provide more unity between desktop and cloud.
At IDF last week, Intel didn’t just downplay the desktop, but ignored it. Is the desktop PC as we know it ready to power down for good?
What with the success of Kickstarter in the US, crowdsourcing is big news, and Valve is getting in on the gaming front with Greenlight.
The computer manufacturer has shown off three new ultraportable devices, including "the world's first convertible notebook".
This business desktop comes packing an Ivy Bridge processor and Radeon HD 7570, so it certainly doesn’t lack power and performance.
The eagerly anticipated chipset has been unveiled, as has its price - around £190 for a standard-clocked version.
Windows 8 is going to play host to the Windows Assessment Toolkit, a powerful system performance measurement tool.
Software activist Richard Stallman thinks Steam for Linux will pollute the open source OS with its unethical “nonfree” attitude...
Linux has long had a fervent enthusiast following, but could it possibly be pushed forward as a mainstream desktop OS due to Microsoft?
Mention DOS to younger folk today, and they might not have a clue what you’re talking about. But they should, and here’s why…
How does Intel's latest Ivy Bridge CPU platform differ from its Sandy Bridge predecessor? We examine the key improvements.
Nvidia booth shows off the exciting new operating system running on an Asus Tablet 600 - tantalisingly behind glass.
AMD announced at a Computex press conference that it plans to release a new series of APUs to be used in ultrathin laptops.
The Intel Core i5-3470 is a mainstream Ivy Bridge CPU that delivers solid performance with very few surprises and limited overclocking.
Intel's director of marketing for Thunderbolt reinforced the company's commitment to the high-speed data transfer technology.
The Taiwanese electronics company as introduced new devices that suggest an emphasis on cloud- and tablet-based computing.
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