These helpful tricks can help you streamline and seize control of your Outlook.com inbox.
If you can't cut the Windows XP cord completely, here's how to keep your computer as safe as possible once security patches go buh-bye.
You need to reinstall Windows, but the restoration partition on the hard drive no longer works (or you lost the restoration DVD). Here’s what to do.
A new Chrome feature lets others use your browser without mucking up your bookmarks and settings.
A great deal of literature is available, much of it free, in the .epub format. Here’s how to read it in your browser.
File Explorer's underutilized View options makes sorting through files easy, and it's more powerful than you think.
Windows comes with a slideshow tool. Windows 8 actually comes with two. But neither offer the transitions that can give your photo shows a bit of panache.
Windows wasn't made to work well with pixel-packed displays. Here's how to force the issue.
Browser autosuggest features are handy, but when you're typing too fast they can sometimes cause problems. Here's how to fix that.
The best ways to sync your files, max your storage, and access your data from any device, anywhere.
Given enough time and computing power, a brute force attack can theoretically crack any password. But is that a real threat to Internet accounts?
With Windows 8.1 SkyDrive makes many of your files available only when you're online. Here's how to change that so you always have a local copy at hand.
An online password should be long and complex. A Windows login password should be easy to type. Windows 8 expects you to use one password for both. I offer three solutions.