Yes, it's true. You can add a Start menu--of sorts--to the Windows 8.1 taskbar without installing a third-party program. All of the code is built into Windows itself. You just have to know the trick that makes it appear.
AVG's Crumble is a relatively new extension for Chrome that makes it easy to guard your privacy online.
If you would rather keep tabs together instead of seeing them broken out as separate apps, then here's what you need to do.
The more displays your computer has, the better—but there are considerations to keep in mind as you move into extreme multi-monitor setups for enhanced productivity and gaming.
Your Android phone can remember your complex, hard-to-type passwords for you. Here's how to set it up.
Not everyone agrees that Android malware seriously threatens security. But taking precautions is still a good idea.
InboxVudu from Parakweet parses the messages in your inbox to surface the important ones. Here's what happened after I tried it.
Security researchers needed just 5 to 20 minutes to hack most smart-home devices. Learn how to keep real hackers at bay with these five strategies.
Android and Windows are totally different operating systems. But that doesn't mean they can't work together on the same machine.
Will that big, sexy screen look as good on your desk as it does in your living room? Let's dig into the specifics of using an HDTV with your PC.
Windows 8 won't let you install the apps found in the Windows Store to external storage--but you can force the matter.
Just when you thought you were safe from autoplay videos, you now have to block them in HTML5 as well as Flash. Here's how--but sorry, there's no solution for Explorer.
The relationship feature in Android Contacts app can help you keep track of who knows who and how.