Don't-Miss Windows Stories
Performing a Windows reinstall can make your PC feel like new, but you'll want to do some prep work first to avoid losing precious data and software.
With a simple tweak of your Windows settings, you can get a charge from your USB ports when your PC is in sleep mode.
You've got a new computer running Windows 10. Here's what to do, and what not to do, to start off right in the new OS.
Microsoft recently added 'Ask Cortana' support for images in Edge. Here's how to use it.
Windows 10's picture password gives you an alternative to traditional passwords and PINs that could be easier to remember. Whether it's as safe is a good question--we go over the issues here.
It's good to have a backup when you've lost your PC. But only if you can recover the files.
Don't let an unpredictable Internet connection keep you from where you're going—Windows 10 lets you download maps to use offline.
Onetastic's OneCalendar is a great way to view your notes organized by date.
When you have a big, ugly spreadsheet, logical formulas can help you make sense of it all by looking for results or patterns that you specify. We show you how to set up a simple one.
Adding a checkbox to Excel sounds like a little thing, but it opens up a new level of database-like possibilities for your spreadsheets. We show you how to get started.
Regardless of whether you upgrade from Windows 7 or pay $100 for a new license, Windows 10 bombards you with ads. Here's how to make them stop.
A new program from security firm Kaspersky cleans out your PC's log files and cache files quickly and easily.
Why wait? A few simple tweaks will improve Windows 10's performance without an expensive hardware upgrade.
Pasting formatted text from the web can often be a hassle—but not if you use these tricks.
Because sometimes an animated GIF really is worth a thousand words.
Yes, Windows 10 is great, but there are some tips and tricks from older versions of Windows that are still plenty useful.
Adding a user account in Windows 10 is a little more complicated, because you need a Microsoft account. Here's how to set it up.
When it comes to visual aesthetics, Windows 10 is reasonably configurable. Adjust color schemes and backgrounds easily with these tools.