When you right-click a link in Chrome and select Open link in a new tab -- or if you point to the link and click the wheel rather than one of the buttons--the browser will open that link in a new tab.
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Ninthchamber asked the Office & Business Software forum why OpenOffice files don't always open in Microsoft Office.
Ericuse165 asked the Windows forum which is better: the 32- or 64-bit version of Windows 7.
Alexleonardme acquired a used PC but doesn't have an administrator password. He asked the <a href="http://forums.pcworld.com/index.php?/forum/2000-windows/">Windows</a> forum for help.
Tami asked the Antivirus & Security Software forum why friends are receiving spam that appears to come from her.
Usrn asked the Desktops forum how to get rid of files that refuse to be deleted.
It's 1 a.m., and everyone in the house is asleep. The television is off. The computers are off. Your cell phones and MP3 players are plugged in but no longer charging. And all these products are still sucking electricity.
Several keys on reader skyDX's keyboard stopped functioning. He asked the Desktops forum for help.
SUPERAntiSpyware found three Trojans on a reader's PC. He asked the <a href="http://forums.pcworld.com/index.php?/forum/2000-windows/">Windows</a> forum how this could happen when his PC is protected.
A reader asked about re-recording his phonograph collection in digital form
You're more likely to damage a laptop than a desktop PC (no one has ever driven off, forgetting the desktop on top of their car), and once damaged, laptops are harder and more expensive to repair.
You have to take care of your stuff--all of it. Like your car and your house, your electronic gadgets big and small need to stay clean and protected from accidents.
The whole video format situation couldn't be more confusing if it was intended as a practical joke.
The IT Department where Daniel Toth works won't let him use open source software because they believe it's a security risk. Is it?
We all listen to compressed music on our computers and portable players and we all know that compression is supposed to hurt sound quality. But does it hurt it enough to affect our listening pleasure?