Dive right into some of Windows 10's coolest new features with these tips for the Start menu, Cortana, virtual desktops and more.
Fixing the Start menu is just the beginning. Windows 10 brings many other good changes, and we show you the best ones here.
Windows 10's Cortana digital assistant is pretty darn easy to use, but she becomes even more powerful with some tinkering.
Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10 takes the headache out of managing Wi-Fi networks, but some people have security and privacy concerns. Here's how to disable it.
We answer the question everyone's asking: Should you upgrade to Windows 10? (Spoiler: It depends on what you're using now.)
If you're living on the bleeding edge with a GeForce GTX 980 Ti, you aren't currently able to live on the bleeding edge with Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system.
If you're not a Windows Insider, you may have to wait past launch day as Microsoft rolls out the upgrade in waves.
DirectX 12 is real. Is it amazing? Read on.
If Windows 10 isn't your thing, we want to hear why.
Live Tiles and full-screen apps are gone, but Windows 10 will still try to keep you inside its ecosystem.
The Radeon R9 Nano video card uses high-bandwidth memory and AMD's powerful Fiji GPU to offer flagship-level graphics performance in a six-inch form factor.
Sure, the Radeon R9 390X still uses the same GPU as the older R9 290X, but this supercharged version admirably takes the fight to the GTX 980.
With the Catalyst 15.7 drivers, AMD's old Radeon graphics cards and AMD's new graphics cards can play nice in the same PC.
AMD's air-cooled counterpart to the liquid-chilled Radeon Fury X doesn't topple its big brother, but the Asus Strix version of the Radeon Fury firmly outpunches Nvidia's GTX 980.
Looks like Moore's Law has some life in it yet, though creating a 7nm chip required exotic techniques and materials.