You can't do much if your hardware is truly broken, but often PC component issues come down to a software problem you can fix in a few clicks.
Last week, your PC speeded along like a champ. Now it moves like an arthritic turtle. Let's see if we can fix this.
Whether you use Do Button, Do Camera, Do Note, or all three, here are three recipes for each to help you simplify even the most mundane of tasks.
If you're bilingual, or visiting a foreign country, this can be really useful.
It's not as pervasive as web tracking, but marketers are grabbing some information about you when you interact with select messages.
You can customize how frequently an app bugs you and adjust other settings by revealing
When Windows gets messed up, System Restore allows you to go back to a better time…but only if it's been creating system points regularly.
Even the most die hard Linux lovers have to run a Windows program every now and again. Here's how to do so.
Windows 10 may still be in beta, but it already has some fun and handy, hidden new features worth exploring. Check 'em out here.
SocialSafe downloads data from all your social networks automatically for viewing in the desktop application, or you can even export it.
You can now change your network or paired Bluetooth connection directly from the Quick Settings panel.
Dig into Live Mail's settings to manage email storage and other handy features.
If you've ever wished for a way to stream media from your PC to another device, you should know about this technology.