When rundll32.exe gives up the ghost, your PC may refuse to install or remove programs.
Find out what causes rundll32.exe errors and learn some easy ways to fix the problem.
Buying RAM for Windows is like buying shoes for kids: what’s a fine fit one day is soon too small.
How much is too much RAM, and how high can your system memory go?
The simplest path to restoring your ideal system setup is to use disk imaging.
In the time it takes to finish a cup of coffee, Windows and all your apps can be perfectly reinstalled, tuned, customized, and ready to rock.
It’s not difficult to update your Windows Setup CDs to make your next OS reinstallation a breeze.
Creating a custom setup CD that’s fully prepatched with Windows updates and service packs is easier than you may think.
Some of the software running in the background on your PC does nothing but unnecessarily bog down your system.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to prevent needless processes from tying up your machine’s resources, so let me show you a method that won’t bring you grief.
Malicious files — and even some benign ones — can sometimes be very hard to remove from your system.
Don’t take no for an answer when Windows tells you it can’t delete a particular file.
They may be rare, but Windows’ delayed-write errors can mean immediate data loss.
These glitches can also be a bear to sort out, but I’ve found a bunch of first-rate troubleshooting resources for the problems.
Keyloggers quietly keep a record of every keystroke you make on your PC — usually without being spotted by your security software.
While there are some aboveboard and totally legitimate reasons to use keyloggers, there’s also a world full of illicit and unethical reasons for doing so.
A bad naming decision by Microsoft means you have two different “Explorers” on your XP system.
Here’s what to do when the lesser-known one starts causing trouble.