Picking just the right Netflix video for a given night isn’t the chillaxing experience it could be. Find out how to take a deep dive into Netflix’s collection of movies and TV episodes, slicing and dicing its categories to pinpoint the perfect video.
Internet fraud takes many forms, but they share a common goal: Extracting money or personal data from an unsuspecting user. Here's how to avoid their traps.
Is this site legit? Here's how to use ICANN and other databases to find out. But some honest sites may hide their identities for justifiable reasons.
Partitions allow you to segment a single drive for separating programs from files or installing a second OS.
With OBS Studio, you can get started broadcasting your games on Twitch for the enjoyment of a public audience.
We explain how to get a copy of Windows 10 Home or Pro for cheaper than normal, and even one way to get Windows for free.
Clearing cookies from your web browser is simple and easy, and doing so could help protect your private data while you're online.
Does your laptop touchpad get in the way while you type? Here's how to turn it off.
A wired connection should be simple plug-and-play, but all too often that's not the case. Here's what to do if your ethernet connection seems dead.
New York City's OMNY contactless payment system goes live on May 31. Here's how to use it with your watch or phone.
Here's how to type kaomoji using the emoji keyboard within Microsoft's Windows 10.
Microsoft's Windows Sandbox creates a safe space where you can try suspicious software or sites without risking your 'real' PC. Here's how to use it.
Valve’s Steam Link app allows remote streaming from a PC or Mac to an iOS device or Apple TV, and it’s relatively easy to set up.
PowerPoint supports a number of common audio and video formats. We'll go through the details and show you how to incorporate audio and video files into your presentation slides.
Has malicious software taken your PC hostage? Our malware-removal guide will help you clean out your PC and restore it to a pristine state.
Most 2013 and later iMacs ship with proprietary PCIe SSDs, many of which are old, slow, and small. Upgrading to an SSD not made by Apple, including common M.2 types, will save you tons of money while improving performance. In many cases, drastically.