Get to know your Windows operating system inside out! Pick up tips & tricks, and discover the best Windows software & modern apps out there
The final version of Windows will be released on July 29th, but a lot of things remain nebulous. We have compiled the answers to the most frequently asked questions around Windows 10 and its release.
The Get Windows 10 app made it incredibly easy to sign up for the upgrade. If you no longer want it, you can opt out again. We show you how.
With the removal of Windows Media Center, it has suddenly become more difficult to play DVD and Blu-ray discs on your computer. Fortunately, you have alternatives, including third-party tools or virtual drives.
You’ll be surprised to see how much Windows has to offer. Transition smoothly from Mac to Windows with our advice.
Samsung’s TLC SSDs are screwing their customers! A bug with Triple Level Cell NAND memory causes performance to degrade and voids warranty early. Find out whether you’re affected and get a fix.
Tired of searching for shortcuts on your desktop? In Windows, you can quickly access anything you want, you just have to take the time to set it up. We have compiled your options.
AirDrop only works for Apple devices. Here we introduce equally simple solutions that are free, require no cable or other hardware, and can transfer large files between Windows and Mac over a wireless connection.
Windows 10 is coming on July 29. Is it worth upgrading for free? If you are looking forward to Cortana, state of the art gaming, or better support for hybrid devices – yes, definitely! And there’s more…
Why do you let simple, repetitive tasks bore you? If you can’t delegate, innovate! With Windows you can create simple little programs, called batch files, that will take care of these tiresome tasks.
Microsoft’s collection of productivity apps is ever growing. We have compiled an overview of the apps that keep you working smoothly. We also explore how new additions will enhance the current suite.
Windows 10 is not that novel. It contains a whole lot of Windows 8 and many features that were successfully pioneered on Windows Phone. Now we all get to enjoy them. Find out which ones they are!
Bad habits can cause a lot of damage. And sometimes we’re not even aware of them. We’ll show you some good Windows habits that will save you a lot of time and stress.
Starting with Windows Vista, the built-in Windows Administrator account is disabled by default. You can enable it, but do so at your own risk! We show you how.
If you’d like to get the look and feel of Windows 10 without the upgrade, we have the perfect solution for you.
Updates will change in Windows 10. Right now you can pick and choose. Windows 10, however, will force updates onto you. It has advantages, like improved security, but it can also go wrong. What’s more important?
Excel and 10 minutes of work will give you more detailed information about your computer than you ever thought possible. Sounds too good to be true? That’s Windows, if you know how to use it.
OneNote can do more than you think. We’ll show you how to turn your Outlook to do list into a powerful project management tool using the OneNote plugin for Outlook.
There won’t be a free upgrade for Windows Insiders running the Windows 10 Insider Preview! To upgrade for free, everyone needs an eligible Windows version. Insiders can, however, upgrade to Windows 10 RTM.
The best way to access images from all of your devices is to host them in the cloud. Google Drive makes it simple to upload and access images from most popular platforms.
There are plenty of Windows features you use every day, but some you might not have ever seen. Let’s give these underrated tools some credit.
Windows 10 will offer many new features, but some old favorites will be deprecated. The Windows Media Center will no longer be supported. Here are alternative media center application compatible with Windows 10 to take you forward.
What exactly does Sleep mode do? How is it different from Hibernate mode, which is an extra option on Windows computers? Which should you choose, and are there downsides to using them?
Are you also not seeing the Get Windows app on your Windows 7 or 8.1 devices? Let us show you how to enable the upgrade notification or cancel the upgrade in case you changed your mind.
Email is a critical feature of the working day. If you’re using Gmail, you might wonder how you can get it out of the browser and onto your desktop. Here are your options.