Microsoft may be scanning your PC, but for usage data, not counterfeit software.
We've talked about a lot of the big stuff that has to do with Windows 10. Let's dive in and look at some small tweaks that you might enjoy.
Vaio users with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 will know more in October, but it's unclear what Sony will do for Windows 7 users.
Now there's another way to launch files stored in Google Drive. Here's what happened when we tried it.
Looking for a product key in Windows 10? Forget it. They're a thing of the past, almost.
Facebook is reportedly creating a news app that delivers breaking news to users from partner news sources.
A struggling Rdio needs all the features it can get, but adding traditional radio stations might not be enough.
Samsung says it can cram more storage capacity into SSDs thanks to a new 48-layer V-NAND technology that puts 32GB of storage on a single chip.
Want to use LastPass but have no use for it on PCs? Now you can sign-up for free on your smartphone or tablet.
Hate those "Most used" and "Recently added" sections of the Windows 10 Start menu? Here's how to get rid of them and add items that are actually useful.
A new report released Monday says ad blocking will cost online businesses nearly $22 billion worldwide, and it will only get worse in the coming years.
Google invaded the Windows platform with the Chromebook-like experience in Chrome. Now, Microsoft is returning the favor by invading Android with Cortana.
After more than a year in beta, the EFF's Privacy Badger privacy-protecting add-on for Chrome and Firefox is available in its first stable version.
Here's how to customize all the things in Windows 10's taskbar.
Mozilla released Firefox 39.0.3 on Thursday to patch a pretty serious security flaw.