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  • News: BT slashes business broadband prices

    BT Business is giving firms a helping hand when it comes to beating the recession by slashing prices of its mobile phone and broadband packages.

  • News: MS offers Windows 7 & Server 2008 testing tools

    Microsoft has launched its Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Ecosystem Readiness Program, featuring tools and resources to test existing applications, devices, and systems to ensure compatibility with the new OS.

  • News: 12 free downloads to beat the credit crunch

    We've located the 12 best free apps on the web that will help you beat the recession

  • News: Microsoft dismisses UAC security hole

    Microsoft is denying that there is a security hole in the User Account Control (UAC) feature of Windows 7 after a blogger reported it and posted what he said was a fix for it.

  • Opinion: For remote working: just add water

    Snow's frozen water, right? Well, the addition of a few inches of the stuff has caused all of the south east of England to grind to a halt.

  • News: BT and T-Mobile to safeguard sensitive data

    BT, Vodafone and T-mobile are among 20 companies that have pledged to look after consumers personal data.

  • News: Insecure UAC exposes Windows 7 users

    Microsoft's efforts to make User Account Control (UAC) more user friendly in Windows 7 have made the operating system less secure, according to Windows blogger Long Zheng.

  • News: Windows 7 to move from beta to RC1

    Microsoft has confirmed that there will be no Windows 7 Beta 2, with the company's next desktop operating system (OS) moving straight from beta to a release candidate.

  • News: 50 great websites and services for 2009

    The internet is a mine of information. But with so much web out there to explore, unearthing new gems has become a tricky task. PC Advisor provides an online treasure map.

  • News: 5 online shopping sites you don't know

    The internet offers various auction sites that allow you to hook up with buyers from across the world. There are also sites dedicated to helping you track down out-of-print books, deleted DVDs and even the concert tickets you want.

  • News: Six websites that will save you money

    When it comes to your pieces of eight, it pays to be vigilant. The web offers a number of sites that can help you keep track of your outgoings and even help you save a few pennies at the same time.

  • News: Use the web to find trusted tradesmen

    Most of us don't have a trusted tradesman on hand to call in an emergency. Helpfully, sites such as Yell allow you to enter your postcode, in return providing you with the telephone numbers of local tradesmen that should be able to help.

  • News: 10 websites to watch in 2009

    2008 was the year of Twitter and Facebook, but which sites will dominate 2009? We've put together a list of the 10 sites we think you won't be able to live without this year.

  • News: Three great online backup services

    The web is ideal for backing up your digital files and online storage space costs very little if your needs are only modest. Should you come to depend on your backed-up files, they can be downloaded on the spot from wherever you are, provided that there's a web connection.

  • News: 7 great music, image and video-sharing sites

    When you've got your stash of music, image and video files safely backed up, you'll want to start showing them off to your friends.

  • Opinion: Explaining the UK's drunken porno office party

    So more than one in three UK office workers surf for porn at work, it seems. (And PC Advisor's own research suggests a similar proportion of users intend to stick with Windows XP. Is there a correlation between operating system luddites and workplace willy worriers? I think we should be told.)

  • News: 25% of Brits have sent saucy work emails

    Brits are becoming too relaxed over the way they use email in the work environment, says Proofpoint.

  • News: Ten Windows 7 editions on the cards

    How many editions will Windows 7 come in? A recent beta release of Windows 7 lists five versions, and analysts speculate there could be between one and ten

  • News: Intel 8-core Xeon details set to be announced

    Intel plans to provide details an eight-core Xeon processor at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco next month, offering an early look at what appears to be the company's first eight-core chip.

  • News: BT helps businesses beat the recession

    BT is helping the UK's businesses survive the recession with a pack of free IT and communications services.



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