Hate those "Most used" and "Recently added" sections of the Windows 10 Start menu? Here's how to get rid of them and add items that are actually useful.
A new report released Monday says ad blocking will cost online businesses nearly $22 billion worldwide, and it will only get worse in the coming years.
Google invaded the Windows platform with the Chromebook-like experience in Chrome. Now, Microsoft is returning the favor by invading Android with Cortana.
After more than a year in beta, the EFF's Privacy Badger privacy-protecting add-on for Chrome and Firefox is available in its first stable version.
Here's how to customize all the things in Windows 10's taskbar.
Mozilla released Firefox 39.0.3 on Thursday to patch a pretty serious security flaw.
Did you upgrade to Windows 10 and regret it? You can go back to your older operating system in a few clicks.
Now it's really easy to beam your HBO Now subscription to your TV without an Apple set-top box.
A new homebrew procedure tries to determine if select AMD graphics cards have extra compute units locked down by software, and then tries to unlock them.
First your phone was a presentation remote for Chromecast and Airplay, now you can add Hangouts to that list.
Need an external hard drive for your Xbox? This one will look really nice next to your console.
Epson is bucking the trend of low-priced printers and high-priced ink with a new line of EcoTank printers starting at $380.
BitTorrent Sync for mobile is great if you just want to view files sent to you from PCs. Now, Sync taps into your smartphone or tablet's productive side.
Microsoft has rearranged the furniture in Windows 10. To find what you need, turn to the operating system's digital personal assistant.
Don't want to spend sub-$200 on a Chromebook? How about a Windows 10 laptop?