Don't-Miss Windows Stories
Need to know what time it is in Tokyo or New York? Forget Google, keep tabs on three time zones on your desktop.
Want to tweak the system tray/notification area on the taskbar in Windows 7 and 8.1? Here's how.
Looking to cycle through your apps or just get a more standard right-click context menu? There are a few shortcuts for that.
Showing photos to friends? If the pictures move too slowly, you bore your audience. If they move to fast, you annoy them. Here's how to set the speed in several common programs.
Your PC may not have a lot of RAM, processor speed, or hard drive space, but often you can still speed up your computer by limiting the apps that start-up at boot.
It's super-easy to reinstall Windows 8, and not much more difficult to reinstall Windows 7. Use these tips to get the most out of a reinstall.
Your keyboard and mouse are a treasure trove of hidden features to help you work faster and more efficiently. Here are two shorcuts that will save you time doing common file management tasks.
Is your computer running too slow? Breathe new life into that aging PC with a few tune-ups and upgrades to get it back up to speed.
A forgotten password is no need for panic. There are several ways to get back into your Windows 8 PC if you've locked yourself out.
Windows offers a ton of options to get the built-in File Explorer to behave exactly how you'd like.
Now that TrueCrypt is seemingly gone, here's how to get started with BitLocker, the encryption tool Microsoft built right into many versions of Windows.
You can keep your PC in ship-shape by scheduling driver updates, backups and more using Windows' own utilities, plus some other (mostly) free software.
They used to call it data, but libraries is a friendlier word. Here’s what you need to know about how Windows stores documents, music, pictures, and videos.