Don't-Miss Windows Stories
Microsoft wants to know if you really like Windows 10. In fact, it won't stop asking. Here's how to put an end to that.
Don't like the randomly generated name Windows 10 gives your computer after a clean install? Here's how to change it to something more memorable.
There's no better way to protect your Windows installation than creating an image backup. Here's what you need to know in Windows 10.
Need a file from your computer, but forgot to throw it into Dropbox? Having a back-up plan for remote access can help.
Windows 10 can be intrusive. If it isn't having Cortana follow you around online, it's logging your keystrokes or sending you personalized ads. We show you four ways to keep Windows out of your business.
Click a mailto link in a webpage or a local document, and up comes your email client of choice…unless your preferred email client is a website. Here's how to fix that.
Microsoft's Windows 10 November update included a great feature to send media from one device to another.
There's only so much space in the Windows taskbar, so here's how to use it wisely.
The Windows 10 November update has a lot of nice little updates in it including the ability to turn on a smartphone-style Find My Device feature.
Chromebooks aren't the only PCs that can treat web pages as apps. You can do it in Windows 10 too.
Evil people roam the Internet. Here's an overview of what you need to do to protect yourself.
Whether you're opting for an iPad or a Surface, here are five things to consider before you buy a tablet.
Need some extra space on your PC's internal drive after installing the November update? Here's how to make room.
The Window 10 November update brings lots of little tweaks to Microsoft's operating system including the ability to save your apps to external storage.
Windows loves to create thumbs.db files, but they can cause problems, especially on a network. Here's what you can do about them.
A high-resolution screen can result in very tiny text—sometimes too tiny to read easily. Here's how to fix that.
Maybe you like Google. Or Yahoo. Or DuckDuckGo. But both Internet Explorer and Edge want you to search with Bing. Here's how to make Microsoft use your preferred search engine.