Don't-Miss Windows Stories
No Sleep button? No problem. Programming a key to do it for you is pretty easy.
Windows allows you to keep handy “sticky” notes on your computer’s desktop, but doesn't tell you where it actually stores the text. You may need that information someday.
Need to get more than one thing done at a time? There's a Snap for that.
You know that you can’t keep using Windows XP. But if you absolutely can’t or won’t make the change, at least take these precautions.
Nix Notepad. Pack away Paint. These free utilities do image editing, file management, screenshots and more, much, much better than Windows’ own versions can.
Take your desktop with you where ever you are.
Sure, you can rip your PC apart and eyeball troublesome hardware directly - but there's an easier way to find drivers for unknown devices.
Eventually, your kid will want—and need—a computer. But they’ll still need a parent’s guidance and protection. Start with the right programs—and the right rules.
While you could use a direct cable connection to move files between Android and Windows devices, a cloud service works more seamlessly.
"Commander Dave" Turner wants to move his documents, photos, and other data files to another drive
Microsoft's investigating an exploit at the kernel level that could give admin rights to an industrious hacker.
Gamersim17 complains that his PC is "moving extremely slowly and not performing like it should." He asked the Desktops forum for advice.
Your browser goes bonkers! Your firewall freaks out! No worries: Windows can repair many problems itself. Here's how.