Don't-Miss Windows 8 Stories
If you're willing to part with a few bits of personal information, you can get a handy reference card for learning Windows 8's core functions.
If you're not paying attention, you might overlook one of Windows 8's best little improvements.
Or: "How to make Windows 8 look and act more like Windows 7."
Microsoft has added some nifty new features to Windows' parental controls. Here's how to get your child's PC set up.
Randy G. finds Windows 8's search tools a bit confusing. I offer some suggestions.
If you've installed Chrome in the new OS, you've probably noticed something missing: minimize, maximize, and close buttons.
Once again, Microsoft has managed to add a level of frustration to what should be a simple task.
Some people love (or at least tolerate) the new OS, some hate it. Time to weigh in with your thoughts.
If you're having a tough time finding this important feature in the new Windows, here are three super-easy options.
Windows 8 isn't all about the live tiles and gesture control. The new OS is filled with nuts-and-bolts improvements, and you can get them all in Windows 7 with a little work.
John McClung asked if there's a way to speed up and slow down slide shows in Windows 8's photo app.
Windows 8 is great—if you ditch its Live Tiles and silly swipe gestures. Here's how to do just that and get back to clean desktop living.
Lost among Windows 8's many controversies is a raft of useful security tools. Here's how to leverage them to the max.
Set up your PC as a home or small business server to save time, money and storage space while sharing your data across multiple PCs and mobile devices.
This handy tool will automatically back up older versions of your files, much like Apple's Time Machine does for Macs.