You probably have thousands of photos in your PC. Use folders, tags, and handy utilities to sift through them in reasonable time.
Windows 10 automatically updates itself…unless it doesn't. When you hit a wall, it's time for some detective work.
Windows 10's been out for six months now, and most of the big bugs have been squashed. It just might be time to make the leap.
You leave records of who you are and what you like all over the Internet. Here's how to limit the tracks you leave behind.
A power outage can be bad for your PC, but a power surge can severely damage your hardware. In all but the worst cases, however, you should be able to revive the PC, or at least retrieve any files stored on it.
The way Gmail's organization works, a label can be a label, but it can also be a folder. Here's how to work with the two features.
Office versions may change, file formats may change, but your words and images can live on, if you adjust certain settings in the software. But there are risks.
If you're running Windows 10, you need to create a Windows 10 Recovery Drive. But sometimes, instead of a bootable flash drive, you get the error message "We can't create a recovery drive on this PC." Try these workarounds.
Move the hundreds of conversations from your boss to another location. Get rid of all those annoying emails from your cousin? Or maybe just delete everything.
Windows 10 would like you to use your Microsoft account to log in, but you can change to another password, or set up a PIN or a local account.
Your hard drive may not have gone down with the ship. But the way to rescue it involves having the right adapter.
The phone may be gone, but your pictures could live on...depending on what your phone's settings were.
Save Google Earth Places on one PC and you won't find them on another one, unless you know the trick.
There's no better way to protect your Windows installation than creating an image backup. Here's what you need to know in Windows 10.
Thanks to monopolies, the U.S. has fewer Internet Service Provider options than you'd think. But you might still have some options.
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