You can't choose which updates to download in Windows 10, but you do have a say about when they're installed. Here's how to schedule Windows 10 updates.
Even if you aren't part of the first wave that's getting Windows on July 29, your upgrade shouldn't be far behind. Here are a few things you can do to get ready.
Windows 10's Cortana digital assistant is pretty darn easy to use, but she becomes even more powerful with some tinkering.
Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10 takes the headache out of managing Wi-Fi networks, but some people have security and privacy concerns. Here's how to disable it.
Task View and virtual desktops are two powerful new Windows 10 features. Here's how to use them.
External flash and hard drives can be used to deliver malware or steal sensitive files. Here's how to control who can use them.
Windows 10 introduces a new Web browser, Microsoft Edge. We'll show you its new features, from Cortana to Web Notes, and how to use them effectively.
The Chrome file system now functions more like a PC with access to your favorite cloud services. Here's how to add the ones you want.
Installing Linux isn't as easy as it used to be, thanks to the Secure Boot requirements enforced by recent versions of Windows.
You can control who has access to your video (but you can't control who's sitting next to them while they watch it).
The G4 is a great phone, but you can make it even greater.
This feature makes it easy to share an Android device with others, as everyone gets their own home screen configuration and access to the Play Store.
Make sure your Android device and Google account can be accessed by a loved one without any compromises to your security.
Linux has a lot of advantages, but long battery life on a laptop isn’t usually one of them. Here's how to fix that.
This nifty add-on helps you silence pesky auto-playing audio and video that you come across on the web--as long it's not Flash-based.