There are some old DOS applications that you just can't afford to lose (or games you still like), and Windows 10 lets you keep them. Here's how.
You know that Google, your service provider, and Facebook follow what you do on your phone. But what about your employer, your spouse, or a criminal? Find out if you have spyware on your Android phone and what to do about it.
You boot your PC; you enter your password. You come back from a break; you enter your password. You open your laptop; you enter your password. Let's make this easier.
Dropbox, primarily used for syncing, can also be used for online-only storage. But I don't advise it.
When some of your email messages appear on one PC, and other messages on another, you're using the wrong protocol.
When you go to a website to read an article, you want to read the article, not listen to a video.
You understand that you need to protect your PC, phone, and online accounts. But do you always have to use a long and complex password?
If you're only using one of the two operating systems on your PC, why bother with that menu every time you boot?
We're all sick of spam, whether it's Nigerian banking scams, pseudo-sexy invitations, or click-for-malware buttons. Here's how to get them out of your life.
Sometimes, you need the day-before-yesterday's version of a file. Here's how to get it.
You can carry the entire Internet in your pocket, but you still sometimes need to put something on paper.
Classic Shell let's you replace Windows 10's Start menu with that of Windows 7, or even Windows XP.
Windows 10 comes with a contacts app, but it's not entirely clear what you can do with it
Hungry for 4K movies, but don’t have the bandwidth or you’re stuck with a too-low data cap? Consider a disc player, instead.
Excel makes it easy to find how many days there are between two dates. With a little more effort, you can find the number of days in which people will be actually working.