Don't-Miss Windows Stories
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.
Setting up your new wireless router is simple as long as you have a PC with a wireless network adapter and an active high-speed Internet connection. Here's a quick guide to getting your wireless router running smoothly.
The BlueStacks Android App Player lets you run Android apps on your PC. We explain how to install it, how to transfer apps from your Android smartphone, and how to run them on a Windows system.
If you're in a hurry and don't want your PC to spend the next 10 minutes installing updates, here's a simple bypass.
This option may sometimes be necessary for a drive. Here's the procedure, step by step.
I offer another approach to integrating Web-based email with Windows.
With these simple instructions, you can install Boot Camp on your Mac and dual-boot it into Windows.
Skicrazer asked the Web Browsing and Email forum what to change so that clicking a mailto link would bring up a Web-based mail account
Here's how to legally download Windows 7 and make your own install disc.