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.
Click a mailto link in a webpage or a local document, and up comes your email client of choice…unless your preferred email client is a website. Here's how to fix that.
Why leave stuff on? Why not? This has been debated since the birth of tech.
There's only so much space in the Windows taskbar, so here's how to use it wisely.
Headers, subheads, footnotes, and regular paragraphs all need their own look. Word's styles can make that all easy.
Evil people roam the Internet. Here's an overview of what you need to do to protect yourself.
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.
Don’t set your expectations of its capabilities too high.