Get to know your Windows operating system inside out! Pick up tips & tricks, and discover the best Windows software & modern apps out there
Windows 10 made a few changes, including the default behavior of File Explorer. Here’s how to change which page it opens on.
Ever feel like someone’s trying to log into your computer when you’re not around? Here’s a feature you can enable to see who has logged into Windows recently.
Unactivated copies of Windows 10 have a limitation that disallows you from changing the wallpaper… except there’s a workaround you can use!
Microsoft is ruining everything with Windows 10. The upgrade disaster has unintended consequences for Microsoft and its customers. We talk about how Microsoft’s tactics violate user trust and decreases security, among other issues.
Coming soon to Cortana: the ability to add images to reminders. Here’s how to add one the next time you need a little help recalling what you were working on!
Creating a movie using your photos, videos, and music is child’s play once you master Windows Movie Maker’s simple editing tools.
The Windows 10 Action Center is a tool for power users. It collects all your important notifications and key system shortcuts in the Taskbar. We’ll show you how to configure your Action Center to perfection.
Adaptive brightness is a Windows 10 feature that’s more useful than you might think. Here’s how to turn if on or off and why you might want to.
You can use your computer without even knowing your own IP address, but would you like to know how to check? Here’s how to quickly check or change your IP address in Windows.
Battling for the title of Most Secure Mobile OS, we have: Android, BlackBerry, Ubuntu, Windows Phone, and iOS. Which operating system is the best at holding its own against online attacks?
The Task Scheduler automatically executes events in the background. In Windows 10, Battery Saver mode modifies the Task Scheduler to use less energy. We’ll show you how to take advantage of this feature and more.
PowerShell is similar to the command prompt, but better. It’s a powerful system administration tool. We have compiled 15 tasks, some simple, some complex, that benefit from the magic of PowerShell.
Screensavers are back in style. Why stare at a black monitor when you can admire art or play a quick game? We have compiled 12 screensavers so stunning, you’ll struggle to choose just one.
Is the 260-character limit to file paths in Windows keeping you down? Here’s how to get around that in Windows 10.
Yes, you can turn your touchscreen on and off! We show you how it’s done and how to set up a shortcut to make it convenient.
A Solid State Drive upgrade really improves performance. But how can you squeeze a large Windows installation onto a tiny SSD? Windows users can comfortably migrate from HDD to SSD in very little time.
Carry Windows in your pocket with Windows To Go. We show you how you can run Windows from a USB drive, like a portable app.
We all have to deal with the Windows taskbar on a day-to-day basis. Here are a few shortcuts that may make you more productive!
AutoHotkey is an easy way to add shortcuts to your computer. You can download ready-to-use scripts or write your own. We show you to become more productive with automated hotkey tasks.
Do the Live Tiles on your Start Menu ever get stuck or become blank? Next time that happens, here’s how to fix it without restarting your computer.
Is OneDrive sucking up too much of your bandwidth? Here’s how to control how much it can use at any time.
Not sure if you activated your Office 365 subscription? Want to check and make sure? Here’s how to do it easily.
You can share your desktop or laptop Internet connection with other devices by turning your Windows computer into a hotspot. We show you the tools that make this easy.
Planning to take your laptop somewhere but waiting for a full charge? Here’s how you can see how long you’ll have to wait.