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Word's built-in bullet points can give boring reports a bit of bling, but you can do even more by creating custom bullets from an image file. Here's how.
Gmail Sender Icons is a handy Chrome extension that puts each sender's website favicon in the subject line.
Save Spotify radio stations for offline listening, snip out the gaps between songs, keep the music playing when your playlist runs out, and more.
Maybe you've made a political post or two (or more) on Facebook, or maybe you're trying to hide from them. Here's how to silence the noise.
Sometimes you need a break from the cloud when your internet connection isn't the greatest.
Windows 10's Maps and Mail apps were once deemed inadequate by many, but have recently grown into highly useful tools.
Bet you don’t know everything Chrome OS can do. Here’s what it offers, from keyboard shortcuts to Chromecast capers—and a surprising amount of offline productivity.
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Taskbars across all displays are great, but if you want to keep things simple, try putting the taskbar on only one monitor.
Extracting images from Word is not a simple cut-and-paste proposition. We explain why it's so hard and show you the pros and cons of the workarounds.
A 20-year Mac veteran decides it's finally time to switch to a Windows PC—and he's taking us on his journey, step by step, starting with what drove him to bail on Apple.
You can set your Android phone to unlock itself when it's in your pocket, while you're near a certain location, when it hears your voice, and more.
Paint 3D is coming with the Windows 10 Creators Update. But we can show you how to create cool 3D scenes right now.
Microsoft's Office Insider program gives you access to new features before they go mainstream. Here's how to join.
Video games require a lot of time to complete. HowLongToBeat.com can help you figure out how much time to set aside for each game you play.
Sure, you could buy a utility to ease the task of finding duplicate files or organizing your multimedia, but Windows Explorer is quite good at it in its own right.