Sometimes there are keys on your keyboard that you never use but always happen to get in the way. Here’s how you can disable them for good!
Tired of typing in your password every time Windows 10 goes to sleep and wakes up? Here’s how to disable that for good.
Want to know a cool trick? This simple keyboard shortcut can rotate your screen in all kinds of ways — and here’s how to fix it if it happens by accident.
Windows 10 includes powerful search features, but did you know that you can see recent files created by a program without even opening it?
If you want to quickly adjust screen brightness on Windows 10 but you don’t have a dedicated keyboard button for it, here are three methods that you can use.
If you don’t have a touchscreen, the Windows 10 Ink features just get in the way. Here’s how you can disable them.
Every time you change the volume in Windows 10, it pops up with a dialogue showing you the current level. If you don’t like this, here’s how to hide it.
Your Windows setup can be as unique as you are. We have compiled the best tools to help you customize the design and functionality of your Windows system.
There are two types of Windows 10 users: those who use the Action Center on…
Windows 10 doesn’t let you choose white in its solid color wallpaper options by default. Here’s a workaround to make your desktop white as snow.
If you never ever use touchpad taps to click your mouse, then you may be better off disabling the functionality altogether. Here’s how to do that in Windows.
The Anniversary Update removed the ability to disable the lock screen. Home users are out of luck, but if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, there’s a workaround you can use.
All progress aside, Windows 10 still contains countless traps for unsuspecting users. Thankfully, disaster is preventable and mistakes can be undone. We show you common Windows accidents and how to recover from them.
The Dark theme in Windows 10 was a hidden setting for a while, but now that the Anniversary Update is here, anyone can turn it on with a single mouse click!
Windows 10’s file explorer likes to shove recent and frequently used files in your face, but you can clear those out in just a few clicks.
The inconspicuous Windows Notepad is full of surprises. You’ll want to keep this ancient Windows program handy at all times after we showed you some of the tricks it can do.
Windows 10 includes shortcuts to your default folders, but you can easily move these to cloud storage to ensure they’re backed up.
If the new Tab Preview feature in Edge doesn’t sit well with you, here’s what you can do to disable it and go back to the way it was before.
The Windows 10 Lock Screen provides useful information, but it only lasts for a minute and then your monitors go to sleep. Here’s how to keep the lock screen active for a longer time.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is chock full of new features, but many aren’t immediately obvious. Here we have summarized subtle and hidden tips and tricks you should really try out!
The new Quick Access feature in Windows 10’s File Explorer is awesome, but there’s one aspect of it that can get quite annoying. Here’s how to work around it.
If you have a lot of files and folders to rename in Windows, don’t resort to doing it one by one. Here’s a nifty tool to get it all done at once.
Windows 10 lets you change your panes to all sorts of colors, but there’s no obvious way to change their background. Here’s a tweak that lets you darken some apps.
Did you know that there are a bunch of other optional features that you can install for Windows 10 through the Settings app?