Get to know your Windows operating system inside out! Pick up tips & tricks, and discover the best Windows software & modern apps out there
You could make your computer sound like your favorite TV show, record your own sounds, or turn them off completely. Here’s a crash course on changing and recording sound effects for Windows.
How would you like a competent co-pilot, who arranges your travels, feeds you with tips and location-based reminders and is sexy, too? Take Cortana everywhere and win at life!
Can’t find a particular song on Spotify or Rdio? Try Atraci, a Windows, Mac and Linux music player powered by YouTube with no ads and no need to sign up for an account.
If you ripped all your DVDs and Blu-Rays, you could create an amazing media center. Of course the main obstacle to ripping is the disk’s copy protection. Enter our hero: MakeMKV.
The command prompt is an antiquated, but powerful Windows tool. We’ll show you the most useful commands every Windows user needs to know.
Seeing how useful this tool is, it’s shockingly fameless. I’m talking about the Windows Mobility Center. Say what? See what I mean!
Managing a computer's storage has always been a challenge. Microsoft's addition of libraries to Windows has…
Looking for a complete piece of software to manage your photo collection? Ashampoo Photo Commander 12 does everything you could ask of a piece of photo software. See whether it’s worth the investment.
Overzealous PC cleaning can break things, but some cleaning will help you free up space and keep your system running quickly.
Playing with the DNS settings on your computer could significantly speed up your browsing or help you access region-blocked content. Doing that manually is a drag; just use a DNS switch.
Windows 8 touchscreen users with a love of social networking may wonder what the best options for accessing Facebook are. We’ve taken a look at the official Facebook app, MINE, Vibe and SocialNV.
What happens when you combine a two week vacation with a busy work life? You’ll have a giant project when you return home: emails! Wait – why not automate some of it for you?