Regardless of whether you upgrade from Windows 7 or pay $100 for a new license, Windows 10 bombards you with ads. Here's how to make them stop.
Word uses the Developer tools to make forms and collect the data with ease. Here's how.
Give your hands a break and use Google's new formatting and editing commands for voice typing in Google Docs.
You can't trust every text message that crosses your phone.
A new program from security firm Kaspersky cleans out your PC's log files and cache files quickly and easily.
Don't settle for a standard grid of icons—add live information or quick actions to make your Android device more lively and useful.
Why wait? A few simple tweaks will improve Windows 10's performance without an expensive hardware upgrade.
Pasting formatted text from the web can often be a hassle—but not if you use these tricks.
Children and teenagers have legitimate reasons to go online, but if they're not controlled, they can wreak havoc—sometimes without trying.
Everyday Android tasks like setting an alarm or getting Google Maps directions are often easier to do with voice commands than by swiping and tapping.
Because sometimes an animated GIF really is worth a thousand words.
Every mugger and pickpocket in the world knows that your smartphone represents hundreds of dollars in hardware and information. Here's how to protect that asset.
Yes, Windows 10 is great, but there are some tips and tricks from older versions of Windows that are still plenty useful.
Adding a user account in Windows 10 is a little more complicated, because you need a Microsoft account. Here's how to set it up.
You'll have an easier time finding your way around Android and iOS once you're hip to the hamburger menu, the overflow button, the action button, and more.
When it comes to visual aesthetics, Windows 10 is reasonably configurable. Adjust color schemes and backgrounds easily with these tools.