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Windows loves to create thumbs.db files, but they can cause problems, especially on a network. Here's what you can do about them.
A high-resolution screen can result in very tiny text—sometimes too tiny to read easily. Here's how to fix that.
Lenovo consumer PCs used to have a lot of bloatware, but the company cleaned up its act after getting burned on one bad program earlier this year.
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Maybe you like Google. Or Yahoo. Or DuckDuckGo. But both Internet Explorer and Edge want you to search with Bing. Here's how to make Microsoft use your preferred search engine.
If you don't watch out, Windows 10 will put your documents, music, and photos into OneDrive. Here's how to get them back and stop this behavior.
It's nice of Microsoft to offer all of us a free upgrade to Windows 10. But it's not so nice when they insist upon it.
Arrange to give loved ones access to key online accounts. Don't worry, you won't lose control.
When a website doesn't load, do you blame yourself, your ISP, or the website? Try one of these tests to find out who's at fault.
Over the years, your email collects a lot of important information you don't want to lose. And that means you may not want to trust it to a big corporation in the cloud.
That Windows admin password is pretty important. If you lose track of it, though, all is not lost. You just have to wiggle in through the virtual back door.
Moving or erasing a file should be easy. But sometimes Windows just won't let go.
You can easily change drive D: into drive F:. But if Windows expects a file to be on drive D:, this is going to cause a problem.
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