Christian Cawley is MakeUseOf's security and Linux editor. He's also a Raspberry Pi tinkerer, Android user, podcaster and Doctor Who fan, and contributes regularly to Linux User & Developer magazine.
Windows 10 can run Windows Media Center after all. However, it is not officially supported, creating limitations, which might not make you want it in the end. Let us save you the time and explain why.
It was one of the most requested features from Windows Insiders. Still, Microsoft decided not to add Aero Glass back to Windows 10, after removing it in Windows 8. Here’s how you can get it back.
Desktop gadgets were those movable widgets that displayed bits of information on your screen. With Windows 10, they were replaced in favor of live tiles. Here’s how you can get them back in Windows 10.
The Windows control panel is on its way out. Its replacement, the Settings app, has received a significant upgrade in Windows 10. We’ll reveal all its secrets for you.
Smartphone-tablet hybrids, known commonly as "phablets", haven't really managed to take off despite being available…
Can I have a hacker breaking into PSN/XBL/Steam/all three? usual Matrix-style code thing, but with the logos in the background, perhaps?
We’ve compiled this list of five utterly stunning Ubuntu alternatives for you to watch demos of, and perhaps download and install on your Linux computer.
Like any Windows operating system, Windows 10 is open to abuse and vulnerable to online threats. Security software is mandatory. Windows Defender is a good place to start and we guide you through the setup.
Amazon has announced that Instant Video now allows offline viewing of movies and television shows on Android and iOS devices, and we have the full lowdown on how you can initiate this fantastic feature.
Forget running Windows 10 on the Raspberry Pi 2 – the real news is that more Linux distros are available for the second iteration of this fantastic little computer!
If your Android phone or tablet is running a little slow, it might just need a bit more RAM. We can help with that.
Advertisements targeted to a particular user walking through a metropolitan center are the stuff of dystopian futures. But that isn’t a dystopian future at all: the technology is already here.