Disabling the HomeGroup not only improves the performance of Windows, it can also dramatically increase your network connection speed. We’ll show you how it’s done.
Windows 10 is adding a new method of reinstalling in the new Creators Update. Here’s how to use it and how it works.
You can download movies and TV shows from Netflix using the Windows 10 app. But you can do so much more with Netflix on Windows, like adding subtitles, using voice commands, and more.
Don’t let a Blue Screen of Death ruin your Windows experience. We’ve collected causes and solutions for the most common Windows errors so you can fix them when they pop up.
Having a second administrator account on your PC makes it easier to reset your own password if you forget it. Here’s an easy way to create one.
In the Windows 10 Creators Update, you don’t have to use a separate app to filter blue light at night. Here’s how to turn on Night Light and save your eyes some trouble.
If you’re really hurting for space on your Windows computer, you can compact the operating system to squeeze out a couple of extra gigabytes. Here’s an easy way to do so.
If you want to restrict the software users can install on your computer, you’ll have a new option coming soon in the Windows 10 Creators Update. Here’s what it prevents.
Windows 10 removed the Guest account, but you can make your own in just a few minutes. This is a great way to let anyone use your computer without accessing your data.
Forgetting to save could be disastrous. That’s why this free app is so important: it runs in the background and automatically saves for you no matter what file or app you’re using.
It’s a good idea to keep a password on your Windows account, but sometimes you might want to remove it. Here’s how to remove the password requirement for Windows 10 sign-in.
Your laptop battery runs through a certain number of cycles before it loses efficiency. If you’re curious how many cycles you’ve used, here’s how to check on Windows and macOS.
Locking your computer is essential in preventing unattended access. Here are several great ways to do so in any version of Windows.
Can Windows 10 increase the performance of your games? Microsoft promises to increase gaming speeds and boost FPS with its new Game Mode. We tested how well it works.
If your USB drive ever shrinks in capacity, there’s a very simple solution you can use to restore all of that lost space.
Windows 10’s new Dynamic Lock feature locks your PC whenever you step away from it. Here’s how you can get that feature on Windows 7 or 8.1 without upgrading.
Windows 10 lets you disable the Show Desktop function of your Taskbar, but doesn’t actually hide the button. Here’s an easy way to remove that sliver and regain space.
In case you ever need to know your computer’s name, here are two easy methods for finding out in Windows 10.
Windows automatically locks after you’re inactive for a while, but it’s not instantaneous. Here’s a new feature that lets you lock your computer automatically when you leave it.
This lesser-known trick makes it easy to copy any Task Manager detail as text for storing or for troubleshooting.
How do you ensure that your computer clock is accurate? We show you how your system clock works, how to customize its settings, and what to do if it starts displaying the incorrect time.
Windows 10 lacks a lot of customization options, but at least you can tweak the accent color without any third-party tools.
Frames per second (FPS) are to gaming what horsepower is to racing. We show you tweaks that will save you from low game FPS. Unleash the true power of your rig and watch FPS soar!
Running more than one instance of the same program in Windows might seem like a daunting task, but you can do it. Here are several methods and tools for running isolated versions of an app.