Windows 10 pulls a nasty trick when you upgrade: It sets your default web browser to Edge, even if you opted for Chrome or Firefox in Windows 7 or 8. Here's how to change it back.
Worried about a bad update borking your Windows 10 system? Turn on System Restore so you can roll back to a pre-update state.
Banish those telemarketers, or anybody else who gets annoying, from calling you for good by following a few steps.
You can still use the Control Panel, but there are also options to uninstall from the Start menu and the Settings app.
Cloud storage is convenient, but you can remove any concerns about security or other issues if you do what they do yourself.
Want to boost the scaling on your 1080p monitor by a little and your 4K display by a lot? With Windows 10 that's an easy fix.
Cortana, Microsoft's supremely useful digital assistant, is a highlight Windows 10 feature—but not everyone will appreciate the amount of personal information she demands to be helpful. Here's how to disable Cortana in Windows 10.
Instead of just waiting for your phone manufacturer to issue a patch, there are a few ways you can be proactive.
Regretting the loss of DVD playback on your fancy new Windows 10 upgrade? Here's how to get that capability back for free.
So you finally have Windows 10 on your PC. What do you do with it? Join our guided tour.
Let your kids learn and play on your phone or tablet without fear of stumbling into risqué content—or mucking up your stuff.
Dive right into some of Windows 10's coolest new features with these tips for the Start menu, Cortana, virtual desktops and more.
Want to avoid Windows updates downloaded to your PC automatically? Setting your connection as metered can help avoid that.
You can't choose which updates to download in Windows 10, but you do have a say about when they're installed. Here's how to schedule Windows 10 updates.
Even if you aren't part of the first wave that's getting Windows on July 29, your upgrade shouldn't be far behind. Here are a few things you can do to get ready.