Ensure that the data on your old drives is safe from prying eyes with this simple guide to securely wiping your hard drives.
Windows 10's News and Interests taskbar tool is a handy feature for people who want to quickly glance at the weather and news headlines. If that's not you, here's how to turn it off.
If you have a relatively new GeForce RTX graphics card, Nvidia's new performance tuning feature in GeForce Experience can make it even faster with just one click. Here's how to use it, and what to expect from the results.
High refresh rate monitors are fantastic, but if you don't set them up correctly they can't live up to their potential.
If you need to record your screen, try the Xbox Game Bar built right into Windows 10. Here's how.
Windows 10 supports HDR monitors, but you have to manually turn the feature on to get those luscious visuals. Here's how to do it.
You can play games on a Chromebook, whether browser- or Android-based, or streamed PC games from the cloud.
Fix Windows 10 auto-brightness and color problems with this hidden Intel app.
With Google's June 1 data cap looming, here's how to download all your pictures from Google Photos with just a few clicks if you're thinking about migrating to another service.
Windows 10 is chock full of tools that can eliminate distractions, optimize your workflow, and make you all-around more productive—but they aren't always obvious.
Here's how to upload images to Google Photos from your PC or phone so they won't count against the upcoming data cap.
We'll show you how to set up Linux apps on your Windows PC in just seconds, as well as how to download, run, and pin new Linux apps alongside the Windows apps you already run.
Once you understand what color temperature is and why it matters, you can choose the right types of light bulbs to improve the quality of your life at home.
Uninstalling a CPU cooler comes with risks—you can accidentally damage your CPU if you're not careful. In this video, Alaina explains how to remove one safely.
Netflix will blow through up to 7GB of data an hour if you let it. Here’s how to put the brakes on Netflix’s data usage.
In June, 2021, new photos and movies saved to Google Photos and the cloud will count against the Google One data cap. Exceed it, and you'll be charged for storage or Google will delete your photos.