Douse the flames. Today's disk compressors are worthy of praise.
Software Davids have banking Goliaths quaking in their vaults.
MPEG: The latest PC video standard is coming to a Windows screen near you.
Make a resolution to work smarter in 1996.
The most overhyped product in history is worth the hype.
Boldly go where no FileMan has gone before.
Emerge from the Dark Ages and let Explorer enlighten you.
Create data backups that will make Mom proud.
System Policies can make users toe the line.
The crystal ball reveals a bright future for Windows NT.
Ever notice the "hottest" products always seem to come from Redmond?
You saw the overviews, read the reviews and tried the previews. You experimented, compared and researched until you hit the saturation point. Now you're ready for a close look at Windows 95 in the real world. Here are its winning and losing features, a guide to making the OS fit your personal work style, and easy fixes to some serious security problems.
We've finally gotten past the "gig for a grand" price tag of high-capacity hard drives. These days, adding a 1-gigabyte drive to your system costs only about $350. Here's our take on four EIDE 1GB hard drives from the leaders in the field.
You don't have to abandon your multimedia-challenged PC to take advantage of all the terrific CD-ROMs coming on the market. These upgrade kits will let you add a sound card and CD-ROM drive--with varying degrees of difficulty. Which work best? Read on.
Pretty soon, your old friend the fax machine may be nothing more than a chalk outline on your desk, victim of a not-so-untimely death. Windows 95 and Exchange have the traditional fax sweating bullets and running scared.