Microsoft's show or hide updates troubleshooter is a handy tool for those times when you need to say "no" to Windows 10's mandatory updates.
Facebook's new encrypted messaging feature, Secret Conversations, is now live for everyone on Android and iOS.
Silent Site Sound Blocker lets you control which sites can shout at you. Here's how.
If you're tired of the unintelligible name that Google Play assigns your phone or tablet's name, here's how you go about fixing it.
SSDs have a finite lifespan. Here's how to tell how "old" your drive is, and whether you need to prepare for an untimely death.
The ability to switch up the default browser, SMS app, and other essentials are much easier to find in the latest version of Android.
This desktop-caliber feature is very convenient when you want to look at content from two tabs at the same time.
Especially if you have an older PC, there’s a big difference between 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. Here’s how to find out what you have and why you should care.
Opting for a custom launcher is one of the fastest and easiest ways to customize your Android experience.
Websites have shifted from Flash to HTML5 for video, because many browsers now allow native disabling of Flash. Here's what you now need to know to stop videos from playing as soon as the page loads.
Google has a helpful Chrome extension that shows you how to use each of Google's online services.
Turn business cards, receipts, contracts, even whiteboards into high-quality scans with these favorites.
A new Chrome extension called Falcon lets you find web pages in your browsing history by searching for any word or phrase contained on the page you're looking for.
Not everyone is pleased with Windows 10. If that's you, here are your options.
Apple’s jack-less iPhone 7 may help boost sales of Beats, the world's biggest wireless headphone company. But is that the only strategy?
Whether you're looking to speed-dial friends, quickly scan documents, or access directions without opening Maps, these widgets will help you get stuff done.
Apple improved almost everything about the iPhone 7, from the processor to the camera. Then they took away the headphone jack. Do the iPhone 7’s drawbacks ruin the experience?
When you really need to access the internet from a PC, your phone can save the day.