You should back up all of your data files and encrypt the sensitive ones that you don’t want other people to read. But that doesn’t mean you have to encrypt the backup.
You won't need them every day, but when you need them you really, really need them.
Preloaded software bogs down your hard drive, your start menu, and worse. Clean it out with these handy tools and tricks.
Yes, you can save documents and other files to the Windows desktop. But without the right precautions, it’s not a safe place for files you want to keep.
Running Windows XP in a virtual machine is a safe way to continue using it once support ends. Here's how to do just that.
You may already be using it to shut down your PC, but there's so much more to the power user menu. Here are three options you should be using regularly.
Whether you’re fleeing to a new OS or battening down the XP hatches, read this to survive unscathed.
Do you regret buying that Windows 8 (or 8.1) computer? Here’s what you can do about it.
Moving on is hard, but transferring your data doesn't have to be.
XP has just days of official support left. If you're thinking about buying a new PC, here are a few tips to help you navigate the aisles of your local electronics retailer.
You can’t reinstall Windows without your activation key. But Windows 8 (and 8.1) don’t make that easy. Here’s what to do about it.
You can rebuild it. You have the technology. And if it's acting tired, you have little to lose.
OneDrive is a great cloud storage service, but sometimes it organizes your files on Android and iOS tablets in ways you didn't expect. Here's how to fix that.