Need to access your UEFI in Windows 10? If you don’t want to reboot and guess the right key at startup, here’s a reliable way to do it instead.
Does Windows Search bring up too many results for you? Here’s how to declutter it and get cleaner results when looking for a certain file.
Do you have multiple users on your computer? When someone needs to use it, you can let them log in without losing your current session.
Here are three nifty tricks to keep in mind when using Windows 10 virtual desktops.
At times, everyone needs to open an Administrator Command Prompt. Don’t waste time — use this super-convenient method to get to it faster.
When Windows tells you that you can’t access a file or folder, it’s a pain. Here’s how to add a shortcut for taking ownership of anything to your right-click menu.
Converting images to PDFs on Windows 10 machines couldn’t be easier — and you don’t even need any resource-hogging third-party apps or programs!
Did you know you can hide that “Welcome to Windows 10” animation that plays when you create a new PC account?
If you don’t regularly empty the Recycle Bin, it could be wasting gigabytes of space on your data drive. But now Windows 10 can empty it automatically on a schedule.
By default, pressing the power button on your computer shuts it down. If you’d rather use it as a shortcut to turn off your screen, follow these easy steps to make that happen.
If you want to reclaim screen space in the Start Menu, one thing you can do is disable the Most Used Apps list or remove individual apps from the list.
You can shut down Windows using the physical button on your computer or the commands on the Start Menu. We explain what these options do and how to tweak them.
If you’re running short of space on your main drive, you can shift apps and media to an external storage device and free up some much needed space.
If you have two monitors and you’re on Windows 10, you should consider setting a different wallpaper for each screen.
If you’re using an external mouse with your Windows laptop, the touchpad can become a bit of a nuisance. Luckily, it’s easy to automatically disable the touchpad whenever a mouse is plugged in.
Need to save some output from the Windows Command Prompt for later? Here’s how to easily create a text file with the results of any command for safekeeping.
Windows Defender is a fine antivirus, but you can make it even stronger in the Creators Update. Here’s how to up its detection levels.
Despite cries to the contrary, Windows 10 does offer a healthy amount of personalization. But what if you want to do more? You can either dig through the Registry… or use this free tool.
Did you know that Microsoft hid a Universal Windows Platform version of the File Explorer in Windows 10? It’s not complete yet, but you can still check it out to see what’s coming.
Did you know that Windows 10 includes a virtual touchpad option for touchscreen devices? Here’s how to use it when you can’t get to a mouse.
There are plenty of ways you can fix slow boot times on a Windows 10 computer, but one of the simplest things you can do only takes a few minutes of your time.
Hate the list of all installed on the Windows 10 Start Menu? In the Creators Update, you can hide it in seconds.
Is Windows 10 performing slowly? Try this trick to overhaul virtual RAM settings in just a minute.
Love to play games from the Windows Store? Here’s how you can take them offline and play them even without an internet connection.