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These crazy-looking tips will just damage your screen even more.
Here’s a summary of activation scenarios and a step-by-step rundown of how you can (re-) activate Windows or change your product key. We also show you how to access hidden options.
Do you struggle with headaches or irritated eyes? You may be dealing with eye strain. Computer screens can be glaringly bright, especially in the dark. Dark themes could be your free remedy.
DRM is harmful to our security. At best, it’s a necessary evil — and it’s arguably not necessary and isn’t worth the trade-off. Here’s how DRM and the laws that protect it make our computers less secure and criminalize telling us about the problems. DRM Can Open Security Holes Digital Rights Management (DRM) itself can […]
Here’s what AnTuTu, the popular benchmark app for Android, is actually measuring and what each benchmark means for real-world use.
Microsoft accounts are used for OneDrive file storage, Outlook.com emails, Skype conversations, and even signing into Windows 8. You’ll want to get that Microsoft account back if it’s ever hacked. Here is how.
Browsers on Android can have different rendering engines, so some browsers can be faster than others.
It’s easy to go overboard with cleaning your PC. When you’re cleaning your PC, be sure you know what you’re getting into — it’s easy to break something.
Your antivirus software is watching you. A recent study shows that popular antivirus applications like Avast assign your computer a unique identifier and send a list of all web addresses you visit to the manufacturer. If the antivirus finds a suspicious document, it will send the document to the antivirus company. Yes, your antivirus company might […]
Imagine your files, settings, and apps followed you everywhere. In Windows 8 that’s possible and we will show you how it works.
Most of us know Heartbleed as a bug that affected websites and web servers, but Android 4.1.1 also uses the vulnerable version of OpenSSL. This means some Android smartphone and tablets are vulnerable to Heartbleed attacks.
In Windows 8.1 battery-saving features moved! Otherwise they are similar to options seen in previous Windows versions. Learn more to make your tablet or laptop battery last as long as possible.
Windows 8 isn’t perfect. That said, most blue screens and application crashes aren’t Windows’ fault. Our tips will help you identify exactly what’s wrong with your PC and fix it.
Drive images can be cloned to another drive. This is useful for duplicating USB drives or backing up a drive’s contents before overwriting it. This should also work with SD cards — even bootable ones.
The Mac drive you are trying to read on Windows may not be broken! Some Mac drives are formatted with HFS+, a file system Windows can’t read unless you use the right tools.