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.
Your mobile IP address isn't likely to be stolen. But you still need to take precautions.
You can create a table of contents in Microsoft Word where every chapter title links to the appropriate chapter. Then you can keep these links live when you convert the document to a PDF.
Maybe the disc is stuck. Maybe the door is stuck. Try these things first to see if you can fix it.
Backing up twice provides more protection than backing up once--but only if you don't make the same mistakes twice.
I can't tell you exactly how much your PC will speed up with an SSD. But I can tell you it will be a lot.
When you need to get serious work done, the more monitors the merrier. And if you don't have a spare VGA, DVI, or HDMI port, you can still use USB.
Cloud storage is convenient, but you can remove any concerns about security or other issues if you do what they do yourself.
External flash and hard drives can be used to deliver malware or steal sensitive files. Here's how to control who can use them.
You can control who has access to your video (but you can't control who's sitting next to them while they watch it).
Windows 10 is a major and exciting upgrade that some people will download right away. Anyone with older hardware or software should do a little research first, though.