Get to know your Windows operating system inside out! Pick up tips & tricks, and discover the best Windows software & modern apps out there
Does the Settings app seem to change every time you use it? We’ll show you the most important features you may have missed since the last Windows 10 update!
Here are two resources that will help you tackle your battery woes on Apple devices and Windows machines.
Thanks to remote access, you can see and control screens from anywhere. This can save time and confusion when you are in a meeting or want to help someone. Keep these screen sharing tools close by.
Signal, the messaging app which values privacy above all else, now has a standalone desktop app called Signal Desktop available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
Looking for the best free Windows speech to text software? We compared Dragon Naturally Speaking with free alternatives from Google and Microsoft.
Windows 10 is full of hidden tricks, and some of them are really cool — like the little-known SlideToShutDown command!
The Snipping Tool is often overlooked, but with its keyboard shortcuts, you’ll be able to take screenshots in Windows more conveniently than ever before.
You can change your account’s system language in Windows 8, even if you don’t understand it. We’ll walk you through the process with screenshots.
Windows 8 simplified access to the BIOS. You don’t have to remember a key combination, you can just use the Windows 8 boot options menu. We’ll show you how.
Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP, but plenty of programs still do. We show you supported browsers, office, and antivirus software for Windows XP.
If you find that your keyboard suddenly stops working, don’t worry — you can still get into Windows. Here’s how to use the on-screen keyboard to log in.
Privacy is hard to come by these days. Whether you are sharing a computer or are generally suspicious of peers who occasionally have access to your computer, you may have the desire to store sensitive information or private files in a safe place. This article provides a summary of three quick and easy ways to do this in Windows 7.