There are tons of online music services (Spotify, Rdio, Rhapsody, Mog, iTunes Match, Amazon -- the list goes on), but which ones are any good?
Recycling old computers isn't easy, but reusing them can be a snap. Learn how to put that old (but still operable) Windows computer to work for you in this blog post by Rob Lightner.
A plug-in will let Windows 7 users watch H.264 video using Chrome even after Google removes support. Also: Microsoft's qualified pledge not to sue Google in the matter.
Mozilla has shunned the H.264 video technology, but Microsoft is easing its use with Firefox on Windows. WebM video fans might not be pleased.
Why Microsoft refuses to give Windows the ability to print the contents of folders is a mystery, but there are several ways to circumvent this limitation--with or without freeware.
The MP3 Insider podcast has recorded its final episode. To make things easy for those who wish to relive the glory days of the show, here is a comprehensive list of every single episode! Please not that episodes 1-89 were published before the MP3 Insider blog was created and as such, only the MP3 file is linked to.
Western Digital announces that its WD TV Live HD media player now supports the Play To feature of Windows 7, allowing users to control what content will be played back by the digital player via a Windows 7 computer.
MSN Music has relaunched its download store, and introduced into private beta a free streaming service
The BBC's iPlayer is compatible with so many portable devices now it's almost funny. So here's your ultimate reference resource: we've tested and judged every single one of them
Seth Rosenblatt joins the Real Deal to answer all your questions about Windows 7 so you can be prepared for October 22.