If you've had your PC a long time, the prospect of switching all your files, folders and data seamlessly and safely may be daunting. We show you how easy it is
If a company tells you there is nothing wrong with your computer but you disagree, the Sale of Goods Act gives you some options so you get recompense
Everywhere you look people are talking about cloud computing, but what is it and why do you need it? We explain exactly how it works and how to start using it
The current Asus Transformer won't support a dongle - or 3G broadband modem - but there are plans to release a 3G version sometime in the future
A Windows 7 laptop can share its wireless internet connection with other devices. We show you how to set it up and get it in action using Virtual Router Manager
Smart TVs are the latest thing. You can make your own – and save hundreds of pounds – by linking your PC to your TV or laptop. We explain how to get started
If you have more than one computer, keeping track of important files can become a nightmare. The best way of dealing with this is to use a Nas device
Buying a PC in the UK and then taking it abroad always causes problems if the PC subsequently develops a fault. We offer advice on where to go for help
A Sony TV can only be used with an own-brand Wifi adapter. We would suggest creating a wireless bridge with a built-in Ethernet port for a wired connection
It is possible to use two routers – one as the main Wifi network and the second acts in much the same as using an extension cable, only without wires
The Apple iPad may be leading the market but there are many other tablets out there waiting to take its place. We examine what's good and what's not so hot
Our top tips range from creating Youtube playlists and multiple Amazon wish lists to search-engine help and which website to visit to report phishing attacks
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