If your PC knows your Wi-Fi password, but you don't, these tips will help.
Windows 10 would like you to use your Microsoft account to log in, but you can change to another password, or set up a PIN or a local account.
Your hard drive may not have gone down with the ship. But the way to rescue it involves having the right adapter.
Quick, while it's still pure and unsullied! Set up antivirus, clear out bloatware, and perform other tasks to keep your PC humming well into the future.
Microsoft wants to know if you really like Windows 10. In fact, it won't stop asking. Here's how to put an end to that.
The phone may be gone, but your pictures could live on...depending on what your phone's settings were.
These add-ons will track your messages, schedule your meetings, and more.
Save Google Earth Places on one PC and you won't find them on another one, unless you know the trick.
Don't like the randomly generated name Windows 10 gives your computer after a clean install? Here's how to change it to something more memorable.
The Force Awakens is here and the Internet is now a minefield of spoilers. This Chrome extension helps keep you spoiler-free until you're ready to see the movie yourself.
There's no better way to protect your Windows installation than creating an image backup. Here's what you need to know in Windows 10.
Protect and clear your data—and then sell, donate, or recycle your old phone.
Need a file from your computer, but forgot to throw it into Dropbox? Having a back-up plan for remote access can help.
Thanks to monopolies, the U.S. has fewer Internet Service Provider options than you'd think. But you might still have some options.
Over half of all email gets opened on a mobile device, but you probably don't have a triage tool to help you sift, delegate and delete quickly. Try one of these.