Stuart Andrews

10 Windows 10 tweaks to make the operating system work for you

10 Windows 10 tweaks to make the operating system work for you

All it takes is a few easy tweaks to get Windows 10 running more efficiently.
By Stuart Andrews Jul 5 2016, 11:51AM
Review: Alienware 15 R2

Review: Alienware 15 R2

A great gaming laptop for the everyman
By Stuart Andrews Feb 26 2016, 11:28AM
Review: HP Envy 15

Review: HP Envy 15

This sub-$1000 laptop looks the part, but is its premium mantra only skin deep?
By Stuart Andrews Oct 2 2015, 11:42AM
Review: Dell XPS 13

Review: Dell XPS 13

This MacBook Air rival comes with a bigger screen and slimmer body. So what’s the catch?
By Stuart Andrews Sep 24 2015, 12:25PM
Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 review

Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 review

Unintrusive, but packed with useful features, Kasperky's security package remains best in breed
By Stuart Andrews Jan 16 2015, 12:25PM
Microsoft Kinect for Windows

Microsoft Kinect for Windows

As Kinect moves out of the living room, just how many aspects of our daily lives can the technology revolutionise? Stuart Andrews finds out.
By Stuart Andrews Jan 17 2013, 10:28AM
Kinect: will it eventually make the PC invisible?

Kinect: will it eventually make the PC invisible?

A pack of innovative hackers has transformed Microsoft’s Kinect into much more than a plaything.
By Stuart Andrews Jul 4 2011, 2:36PM
Carbonite

Carbonite

Not the most fully featured service, but the only one that makes backup a complete no-brainer
By Stuart Andrews Dec 8 2010, 12:30PM
Sci-Fi to Reality: 4 technologies "invented" by sci-fi authors

Sci-Fi to Reality: 4 technologies "invented" by sci-fi authors

We look at four ideas from the minds of science fiction authors that have evolved into real technologies
By Stuart Andrews Dec 16 2009, 1:31PM
How to see deep space imagery with Worldwide Telescope on your PC

How to see deep space imagery with Worldwide Telescope on your PC

Have you ever wanted to stare into the heavens and see what the universe holds? You can, with Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope. We show you how
By Stuart Andrews May 22 2009, 3:37PM
Astronomy 101 for the home: view the planets in stunning detail on your PC

Astronomy 101 for the home: view the planets in stunning detail on your PC

Discover how Google Sky, Microsoft's WorldWide Telescope, and dedicated software such as Starry Night or Stellarium allows you to explore the stars and view the planets in stunning detail without even touching a telescope
By Stuart Andrews May 22 2009, 2:33PM
Watch TV anywhere

Watch TV anywhere

From watching iView on your mobile to live Australian TV while overseas, to Freeview, Foxtel IQ2 and TiVo, Stuart Andrews and Zara Baxter perfect the menu for takeaway TV.
By Stuart Andrews, Zara Baxter Mar 24 2009, 12:38PM
WizzDrive Online Backup

WizzDrive Online Backup

By Stuart Andrews Feb 2 2009, 2:02PM
SOS Online backup

SOS Online backup

Excellent business features, let down by poor performance.
By Stuart Andrews Feb 2 2009, 2:01PM
Mozy Online backup

Mozy Online backup

Powerful and decent value, but ease of use could be better.
By Stuart Andrews Feb 2 2009, 2:00PM
BullGuard Backup 8

BullGuard Backup 8

A robust and very usable consumer-level backup service.
By Stuart Andrews Feb 2 2009, 1:59PM
IDrive

IDrive

A flexible, high-speed backup service at a price that’s more than reasonable.
By Stuart Andrews Feb 2 2009, 1:58PM
Carbonite Online backup

Carbonite Online backup

Still the most hassle-free and effective online home backup system.
By Stuart Andrews Jan 20 2009, 4:38PM
Never lose a file again

Never lose a file again

Stuart Andrews shows you how to set up and maintain the perfect backup routine.
By Stuart Andrews Jan 16 2009, 10:22AM
Tabula Rasa

Tabula Rasa

The man behind Ultima tries to reinvent the online RPG and partially succeeds with this robust MMO.
By Stuart Andrews May 16 2008, 10:21AM