Google's slick, modern-looking Calendar app for Android and iOS practically reads your mind as you're creating an event, suggesting times, people and places that you can quickly add with a tap.
The Google Analytics suite can be overwhelming to new or inexperienced users. This jump-start video guide to GA details how to use one of its most important features: dashboards.
Apple stopped supporting QuickTime for Windows, but left a couple of major security flaws unpatched. The company recommends you uninstall it, and now would be a good time. Here's how.
Call or text that someone special right away thanks to these handy widgets.
You can dual-boot old and new operating systems, but if you upgraded to Windows 10, your old Windows 7 is gone. Here's how to start over.
Keep has some new features that make Google's note-taking app easier to use on your PC.
Malware is designed to stay put. You should be able to get rid of the malicious code with these steps.
You have a long, messy Word document, with a bunch of formats and styles that are just plain wrong. With Word macros, you can fix them all by recording each fix and running them as much as you need. We'll show you how.
This new feature to Google Drive finally gives you a say in what content gets synced to your PC.
Your Windows PC came with one or two partitions you're not supposed to touch, and upgrading to a new Windows version just creates more. You might be able to get back a little storage space, if you tread carefully.
Splice together your iPhone & iPad videos with slick-looking transitions, add titles, lay down custom soundtracks, and more.
OneNote becomes even more powerful at organizing your life when its connected to the right add-ins and services.
Facebook Messenger bots from CNN, the Wall Street Journal, Miss Piggy, and others are ready to chat you up—whether your phone supports them or not.
Ugh, the Windows Store. Some days you just want to forget it exists. Here are three quick fixes for when the Windows store is not working.
Keep your selfies and other personal information private by restricting access to your personal account.
A Windows XP PC could be 10 or 15 years old, but you could still use it for something other than a fishbowl.