It’s not as simple as just pressing Windows + Print Screen (or Alt + Print Screen), but there is a workaround.
Not only is it possible to turn off your laptop screen, there are multiple ways to achieve this — seven ways, in fact.
Clipboard copying sometimes doesn’t work, and when it doesn’t, it can be hugely frustrating. This notifier app lets you know whenever it fails.
Saving documents as PDFs couldn’t be easier in Windows 10, and this feature can particularly come in handy if you need to save emails before deleting them from your inbox.
Windows won’t let you pin anything but programs onto the Taskbar by default. But using a little workaround, you can pin files too. Here’s how it works.
If you don’t like the new Task Manager, it’s easy to restore the classic Windows 7 Task Manager in Windows 10 with a quick download.
If Windows Search is taking forever or isn’t finding the right results, you can try these quick tweaks to improve it.
Windows does not turn off the Wi-Fi connection automatically when you connect an Ethernet cable, but there is a nifty method you can use to make this happen.
If you get in the habit of using the Action Center instead of the Settings app, you can save yourself a lot of clicks, time, and frustration.
The Windows 10 Creators Update contains a hidden jewel: Windows Sonic, a new spatial surround sound tool for Windows 10. Let us show you how to set it up!
Microsoft Edge has a hidden menu with some extra settings. Here’s how to access it and tweak a few secret options.
There are many basic features that should’ve shipped with Windows 10 but aren’t available — like the ability to rearrange stacked windows in the Taskbar.
Did you know you’re not tied to the default letters for system and removable drives? You can give them whatever letters you want.
If you don’t want your computer to go to sleep automatically, Windows 10 makes it easy to turn the feature off.
There’s no way to make sure an app is always “on top” in Windows 10 without resorting to third-party tools. Fortunately, this third-party tool is excellent.
Trying to learn Dvorak instead of QWERTY, or need to type in another language sometimes? Here’s how to add a second keyboard to Windows 10 and switch to it instantly.
Automatic Maintenance is a default Windows feature that isn’t without flaws. I’ll show you how to disable Automatic Maintenance in Windows 10 and how to manage the processes yourself.
When you snap a window to the side of your screen, Windows automatically shows other apps you can snap to the other side. If you don’t like this prompt, here’s how to disable it.
Use this guide to make your Windows 10 Taskbar both more aesthetically pleasing and more useful. We’ll show you how to completely customize your Taskbar.
Want to make your Start Menu in Windows 10 transparent? Here’s how to enable it, plus an extra trick for adding even more transparency.
Need to disable your keyboard in Windows? Here are several easy ways to do so no matter your reason.
You’re probably used to Windows thumbnails, but did you know that you don’t really need them? In fact, there are several benefits to turning them off.
There’s a small hidden menu in every Windows program that lets you quickly close a window and perform a few extra functions.
If you’re seeing weird issues in Windows, it could be due to system files becoming corrupted. Here’s how to fix them using the System File Checker.