Learn how to mute notifications, change your default Web browser, customize the Quick Settings tray, and more on Android Marshmallow.
A good PowerPoint presentation has a lot to do with what you see on that deck, and how it was put together. These keyboard shortcuts will make it all easier.
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.
If you don't watch out, Windows 10 will put your documents, music, and photos into OneDrive. Here's how to get them back and stop this behavior.
Windows Spotlight puts a Bing images slideshow on your lock screen, but right now only for Windows 10 Home. Here's how to get something similar in Windows 10 Pro.
It's nice of Microsoft to offer all of us a free upgrade to Windows 10. But it's not so nice when they insist upon it.
Leave the phone at home!
Popular to-do app Wunderlist recently received a handful of new features designed to make it easier to stay on top of your tasks and streamline your productivity.
Pirated Windows copies abound, and instead of fighting it, Microsoft is inviting pirates to come clean. Here's how to get a legitimate copy of Windows 10 now, and more on the one-click upgrade Microsoft plans for the near future.
Encrypted chat is easier than you think. Cryptocat, Tor Messenger, and BitTorrent Bleep let you chat with your friends in privacy and security. Here's how to set them up.
Whether you're troubleshooting issues or trying to push a Windows 10 machine to its highest level of performance, Windows Reliability Monitor can help in a big way.
Arrange to give loved ones access to key online accounts. Don't worry, you won't lose control.
Don't be befuddled by the alphabet soup of acronyms, spec charts, and feature lists you'll encounter when shopping for a new TV. This guide series explains it all in plain language.
Skype recently added a WebRTC-style feature that lets anyone join a conversation if they have a link. Here's how to set that up.
It's part video game and part action sport. First-person-view drone racing lets you fly at up to 70 mph in seemingly impossible places.