Get to know your Windows operating system inside out! Pick up tips & tricks, and discover the best Windows software & modern apps out there
Are you running out of space for your comic books? Worry not – you can buy and read comic books anywhere with ComiXology’s Comics app for Windows 8, also available on iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire.
Inside the BIOS you can change basic computer settings, like the boot order. The exact key you need to strike depends on your hardware. We have compiled a list of strategies & keys to enter Setup.
We think Windows XP should be put out to pasture forever. The time has come to let it sail off to Valinor.
You’re just turning your PC off; how hard can it be? Shutting down is a complex process and much can go wrong. If your Windows 7, 8.1, or 10 gets stuck, check out our troubleshooting tips.
LibreOffice (Version 4.2) offers better performance and better interoperability with MS Windows, and further lays claim to its title of the best free office suite for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
Look out! There goes another nasty piece of malware! These days, you need superpowers to safely browse the Internet! Ad-Aware Pro is your sidekick in the combat against Internet villains, collectively known as malware.
You decorate your office – why not your computer? Find out how to make Windows look just the way you want. Make your computer your own, with free tools.
iTunes only supports MP4 and QuickTime format video files. We demonstrate how to use trusted free, open source, and cross-platform software to convert video files into formats recognized by iTunes.
“Have you tried rebooting?” It’s technical advice that gets thrown around a lot, but there’s a reason: it works. Not just for PCs, but a wide range of devices. We explain why.
Windows 8 isn’t just about Windows anymore. It’s integrated with Microsoft’s online services, including Bing, SkyDrive, Outlook.com, Skype, Xbox Music, and even Office. Is it worth working exclusively on the Windows 8 platform?
Technology’s most prolific name-changer is at it again. The Verge is reporting that Microsoft will change the name for its online Word and Excel services, to “Office Online”.
If you had a million dollars, would you rather store it in a safe at someone’s house or at your own place. Why wouldn’t you want to control your own data like assets?