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If you're only using one of the two operating systems on your PC, why bother with that menu every time you boot?
Sometimes, you need the day-before-yesterday's version of a file. Here's how to get it.
Windows 10 makes it easy to start fresh by letting you reset the operating system and remove everything. We’ll show you how to find and start this feature.
Alt key codes give you access to hundreds of special ASCII characters, from accent marks to tiny icons. We show you how to use the Alt codes and also Word's Symbol library.
Excel makes it easy to find how many days there are between two dates. With a little more effort, you can find the number of days in which people will be actually working.
Working with ranges in Excel can speed up your formulas and macros, or help you navigate through your spreadsheets. It’s also a more efficient way to manage processes within your worksheets. Here's how to set them up.
Your Facebook account tells a lot about you and your social circle. You need to keep control of it.
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.
A Windows XP PC could be 10 or 15 years old, but you could still use it for something other than a fishbowl.
We all celebrated when Microsoft brought back the Start menu. But that joy disappears quickly if the Start menu doesn't pop up. Here are three possible solutions.
That bar of icons at the bottom of the desktop isn't just for pretty pictures. Here are a few ways to configure the taskbar and make Windows easier to use.
Every data file on your PC should be associated with an application, so that opening the file will open the right program. But the official "right" program isn't always the right one for you.
Now that the Start Menu's back, make it your own. We'll show you how to customize what's listed at the left, how Live Tiles show on the right, and more.
Microsoft did a couple of crazy things with dates so Excel could count them for you correctly. We explain how Excel sees dates and how to work with dates in formulas.
Functions and formulas are Excel's reason for being. Learn the many ways you can set them up and start doing some serious math.
Excel 2016's many new features include six new chart types. Here we cover Histogram, Pareto, and Waterfall, which cover statistical, trend, and other relationships.
Maybe it's your browser. Or your word processor. Or some little utility. Here's how to make a favorite program launch automatically every time you boot Windows 10.
With a little ingenuity, Drive can be a repository for all the articles, images, and other content you find online.
The bigger your spreadsheet, the more you need INDEX and MATCH functions, which you can combine with SUM, AVERAGE, and MAX to refine your searches.