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The last thing you want on a touch-enabled Windows 8 device is a desktop browser that’s poorly designed for touch screens. Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome all have modern interfaces optimized for touch input.
Everyone is talking about smartwatches and other wearables as “the next big thing.” So, should you buy a smartwatch today, or wait for the smartwatches to come?
Wi-Fi problems can be obnoxious, but most can be fixed without a degree in computer networking. Your Windows 8 wireless Internet connection can be shared via cellular data, Ethernet, or even another Wi-Fi connection.
Windows 8.1 security and privacy features include anti-malware, automatic device encryption, or built-in fingerprint reader support. We show you how to make your touch-first tablet, traditional PC, or other Windows 8.1 device more secure.
You can use Apple’s iCloud for email and contacts on your iPad, but there’s a good chance you already use Gmail and Google Calendar.
Hearthstone is easy to start playing, but the game is full of hidden little tricks that you might not notice.
Blizzard wants you to spend real money on it, but it’s easy to play the game without ever spending a cent. Follow these tips to have an easier time earning gold, cards, and arcane dust in the game.
Windows 8.1 still can’t play DVD and Blu-ray movies out of the box. What to do if you have a bunch of movies on discs? Luckily, free programs have you covered.
iTunes only supports MP4 and QuickTime format video files. We demonstrate how to use trusted free, open source, and cross-platform software to convert video files into formats recognized by iTunes.
Windows 8 isn’t just about Windows anymore. It’s integrated with Microsoft’s online services, including Bing, SkyDrive, Outlook.com, Skype, Xbox Music, and even Office. Is it worth working exclusively on the Windows 8 platform?
You can finally download a copy of your Gmail data! The MBOX file Gmail gives you is ideal for keeping an offline backup or moving all your emails to a new service or Gmail account.
Buying a new PC? You have more operating system choices than ever. Which should you choose? We’ll give you an overview, along with advantages and disadvantages. Spoiler: There’s no one best option!
Emails can be dangerous. Reading the contents of an email should be safe if you have the latest security patches, but email attachments can be harmful. Look for the common warning signs.
The only way you can turn on your phone or tablet is by pressing the power button — and that isn’t working. Don’t panic!
You can’t use much of the new Windows 8 user interface without a Microsoft account. The account you for logging into into your computer is now an online account. This raises security concerns.