Readers give the $500 Network Computer a resounding thumbs-down.
Thrill to the outlandish myths of the savage techno-tribe.
New technology puts you in touch with your creative side.
Must we tolerate the appalling lack of cyberspace etiquette?
Watch for the hazard signs on the road to Recovery Street.
A powerful application is a terrible thing to waste.
It's upgrade time, so grab your screwdrivers--and some Band-Aids.
Win95 has some security holes, but we've got the patch kit.
PCs can communicate, but they still need speech therapy.
Hang up that phone! If you've got questions on Windows 95, or on any hardware or software, go online. You'll discover that online tech support is cheap, fast and informative.
Gateway 2000's Destination moves the PC off the desktop and into the living room, boardroom and workgroup think tank. Here's an early look at an innovative system that mixes existing technologies to provide big-screen viewing and wireless controls at an affordable price.
One minute, your hard disk is cruising along; the next, you've got the sinking feeling that disaster looms. Maybe you've been losing data, or seeing erratic performance. Or perhaps things have ground to a halt. Don't send out an SOS yet. Here's how you can throw your data a lifeline, and maybe keep your PC afloat.
Color monitors just sit on your desk and look nice, right? Not anymore. Manufacturers are adding new twists to their designs, giving you a whole new perspective.
Our bimonthly supplement delves into multiplatform enterprise networking with Windows and Windows NT clients, high-end NT computing, integrating and choosing between NetWare and NT, and much more.
Corel delivers an office suite with the true Windows 95 look and feel, and a few innovative features thrown into the bargain.
In the daily rat race, this 120MHz Pentium notebook can help you surge ahead of the pack.
This Pentium 200 desktop packs the power of a Clydesdale, so you can ask it to pull an unbelievable workload.
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