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The Creators Update makes it much easier to delay feature and security updates than previous versions of Windows 10.
The Creators Update's built-in Windows Sonic spatial sound feature is supposed to improve your headphone audio experience
The Creators Update brings a built-in way to adjust your screen's color temperature and make it easier to sleep after a late-night computer session.
Windows 10 privacy settings are easier to find and use in the Creators Update. But there's a difference between getting more control and getting more privacy.
Start menu folders have arrived on Windows 10 to pack more apps into a smaller space.
The Storage Sense feature in the Creators Update automatically dumps the contents of your Recycle bin and temporary folders.
A new feature in the Windows 10 Creators Update helps you keep third-party apps off a PC.
Malware or network issues can sometimes change file permissions or disown you. If you're getting a "you don't have permissions" error, here's how to fix it.
WIndows 10's Mail app includes a "sent from Windows 10 Mail" signature by default. Here's how to change that or remove it.
Incorporating your iPhone and iPad into your new life with Windows is easy.
Jackie P. wanted to be able to reboot her PC and have it automatically open whatever was open when she closed it. Though the solution isn't perfect, it's close!
In Sticky Notes once you click "don't ask me again" it won't, so here's how to fix it.
The Windows 10 Creators update offers native support for PC game broadcasting, using Microsoft's Beam service. What it lacks in users and features, it makes up for in sheer ease of use.
If you install Windows to an external drive, USB 3.1 can make it almost as fast as an internal drive.
Microsoft's Process Explorer is a powerful utility that makes the built-in Windows Task Manager obsolete. Here's how to use it.
Add one of these to your desktop to more quickly open programs, find important files, search the web, and more.