Android boasts a series of handy shortcuts for everything from taking a screenshot to silencing notifications.
A power outage can be bad for your PC, but a power surge can severely damage your hardware. In all but the worst cases, however, you should be able to revive the PC, or at least retrieve any files stored on it.
With Oculus Rift on preorder and HTC Vive coming soon, the big question is whether your PC will be up to the VR task. The Rift compatibility tool will tell you—and you don't need to preorder anything to use it.
The way Gmail's organization works, a label can be a label, but it can also be a folder. Here's how to work with the two features.
Too many apps refreshing themselves in the background can put a dent in your iPhone or iPad battery life. Keep an eye on which apps are doing the refreshing, and when.
Take some time this weekend to secure your PC without spending a dime.
Office versions may change, file formats may change, but your words and images can live on, if you adjust certain settings in the software. But there are risks.
Cortana has some great tricks up its sleeve—including a few new ones—that make it a great companion for any Windows 10 user on Android.
Are you a Windows 7 or 8.1 user tired of seeing Microsoft's incessant taskbar pop-ups prompting you to upgrade to Windows 10? Here's how to banish them forever.
These three third-party apps leverage the power of Evernote to organize all facets of your busy life.
Cloud backup is the easiest way to get the security of off-site backup for your important files. Here's how to choose and use one of these services.
If you're running Windows 10, you need to create a Windows 10 Recovery Drive. But sometimes, instead of a bootable flash drive, you get the error message "We can't create a recovery drive on this PC." Try these workarounds.
Move the hundreds of conversations from your boss to another location. Get rid of all those annoying emails from your cousin? Or maybe just delete everything.
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.