Worried about a bad update borking your Windows 10 system? Turn on System Restore so you can roll back to a pre-update state.
14 million PCs are already rocking with Windows 10, but your PC may not be among them for a few weeks yet.
Got Nvidia's 8-inch Shield Tablet? Thinks it's a hot piece of gaming equipment? You don't know the half of it.
You can still use the Control Panel, but there are also options to uninstall from the Start menu and the Settings app.
Can't get enough of smashing those green piggies? Good, neither can Rovio.
The new version is a scalable universal app that catches up on features compared to Twitter apps for other platforms.
Want to boost the scaling on your 1080p monitor by a little and your 4K display by a lot? With Windows 10 that's an easy fix.
Regretting the loss of DVD playback on your fancy new Windows 10 upgrade? Here's how to get that capability back for free.
Got a hankering for coffee but can't stand the thought of waiting in line? Google search on mobile can help you figure out if that's likely to happen.
Want to stash an ISO of Windows 10 on a thumb drive or your regular hard drive? Here's how to do that.
We asked, you answered. From legacy software to pure suspicion, the people speak about why they're staying right where they are, thank you.
Want to avoid Windows updates downloaded to your PC automatically? Setting your connection as metered can help avoid that.
You can't choose which updates to download in Windows 10, but you do have a say about when they're installed. Here's how to schedule Windows 10 updates.
Looking for a PC that's a little out of the ordinary as a basic entertainment PC? How about one built entirely out of Lego?
Even if you aren't part of the first wave that's getting Windows on July 29, your upgrade shouldn't be far behind. Here are a few things you can do to get ready.
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