Don't-Miss Windows Stories
Roaddogg asked the Answer Line forum how to spread a single photo across two monitors as the desktop background (AKA the wallpaper)
Ever wonder why Microsoft Word lets you save documents in so many different formats? Here's a rundown of the ones that matter.
Ericuse165 asked people on the Windows forum what they thought of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview. I offer my two cents.
Snorg asked the Answer Line forum if Microsoft will activate new Windows XP installations after the company stops supporting the operating system
Copying and pasting text can be a bit trickier in this Web age. Here's how to use Paste Special to strip unwanted codes and formatting.
Learn a great tip for uploading photos to Facebook or Pinterest; quickly show or hide file extensions in Windows.
I keep telling readers to back up their hard drives. Starlla Dupert asked me how.
Windows 8 includes a more drastic graphical interface change than previous versions of Windows. Here are the top questions new users are likely to ask--and how to answer them.
Why would you want to do that? Hey, you've got your reasons. Fortunately, the process is a snap, especially in Windows 7.
MLStrand56's taskbar suddenly moved to the left side of the screen. The Answer Line forum offered help.
When Rusparadox tries to hibernate his PC, the screen goes black for a few seconds, then wakes up. He asked the Desktops forum for advice.
And why would you want to do that? Simple: So it's easier to find that file when you want to upload it somewhere.
Here's how to create your own disaster-recovery boot drive with Linux, and how to force Windows to shut down installing updates.
AzharIqbal asked the Other Hardware forum how to see who else is using his computer.
Here's our guide to resetting your Windows password if you don't have access to a previously created password-reset disk.