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.
When you send a Word document to someone else, you expect it to look the way you intended. But your intended fonts don't always show up on your recipient's screen.
Sometimes, whether you like it or not, you have to boot into Windows' stripped-down Safe Mode. But with Windows 10, that gets complicated.
Windows 10 has a whole new browser. But transferring your bookmarks (also called favorites) to the new Edge can be tricky.
Your Windows registry may look like a big mess, especially if you install and uninstall a lot of software. But before you clean it, here's something else to consider.
It's a huge folder that appears on your SSD or hard drive after your Windows 10 upgrade, You can remove it, but do so carefully.
Files you carry in your pocket can be easily lost or stolen. You can thwart the thieves with these easy techniques for encrypting external storage.
Something is rotten in the state of your Windows PC. Here's how to deal with a computer that keeps rebooting.
A backup should protect your PC from disaster. But sometimes it can become one disaster on top of another.
Microsoft can track your keystrokes, your speech, and more. Here are the settings to turn it all off.
It might take some sleuthing to find out what's freezing up your computer, but these tips will help.
The mouse pointer isn't always clearly visible, especially if you're working on a small screen or have eyesight problems. Here's how to fix that.
A power receptacle with built-in USB charging ports sounds like a great idea, but the manufacturer’s execution sucks.
You can protect the contents of a ZIP file, but unless you know the trick, you might as well not bother.
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