Get to know your Windows operating system inside out! Pick up tips & tricks, and discover the best Windows software & modern apps out there
When your computer won’t boot, your data might still there. Here’s how to install Linux on a bootable USB flash drive to recover your files. Next time keep a backup though.
If you’re having screen problems or glitches in Windows 10, usually it can be solved with a simple driver update. Here’s how to do that with close to zero effort.
Resetting your computer can be a tedious task. Here’s how to quickly generate a list of software you have installed so you don’t forget.
Windows has a bunch of quirks that have been carried over from years ago, such as the way it handles long filenames. Here’s what to do if a long filename is causing you trouble.
Don’t waste money on a CD/DVD burning tool! A freeware application might be all you need. Here we have compiled five alternatives to Nero Burning ROM for your Windows PC.
If you want to launch Steam games directly from the Start Menu, here’s a nifty way to do it — plus a bonus feature that you can’t get otherwise!
Is something interfering with your PC’s sleep pattern? We’ll show you how to troubleshoot sleep mode settings. These solutions are more effective than counting sheep.
Need to compress a large file? There’s no shortage of file compression and archiving apps for Windows. But which file zipper is best for you? Here are our three top picks.
Outlook Express still runs on Windows 10, but every major update will remove it. Microsoft wants you to use its other email clients. We show you workarounds and alternative solutions.
Everyone loves shortcuts. Meanwhile, your context menu is cluttered with entries you never touch. We’ll show you how to customize the right-click menu with shortcuts you’ll actually want to use.
The game shortcuts created by Steam aren’t standard shortcuts, which means they can’t be pinned to the Start Menu or Taskbar in Windows 10.
Ahead of the release of the Creators Update, Microsoft is addressing people’s privacy concerns regarding Windows 10. But will this be enough to appease privacy advocates?