Emojis used to be only available on mobile but have now found their place on desktops. If you’re on Windows 10, here’s how you can use emojis in Windows 10.
You might have seen terms like “ATC,” “MATX,” Mini ITX,” etc., when purchasing a motherboard. Learn about the various form factors, their differences and how it can affect your purchase decision.
Did you know that you can add extensions to enhance Chrome’s Omnibox? Here are 5 of the best extensions to add extra functionality to Chrome’s Omnibox.
Windows’ automatic maintenance can cause the system to become incredibly sluggish and unresponsive. Here’s how to disable Windows maintenance.
When you are getting a WiFi adapter, you’ll be faced with either a PCI or a USB adapter. Learn the differences between them and which is more suitable for you.
Sometimes you’ll want to do a full cleanup of your GPU’s drivers. Here’s an easy way to perform a clean graphics card driver install in Windows.
Keyboard shortcuts are really useful and help you improve your productivity. You can easily create custom keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10 for applications that don’t come with a shortcut. Here’s how.
Wake timers can be annoying and prevent your computer from going into deep sleep. Here is how you can fully disable wake timers in Windows 10.
Recently it was discovered that a strand of Android malware, called FalseGuide, managed to infect up to 2 million Android phones. How did it do this, and what does it mean for apps as a whole?
Intake and exhaust fans are useful to keep your desktop computer cool. If your system is getting a little too warm, try adding an intake/exhaust fan to improve the airflow.
It can be frustrating when your graphics card starts giving you problems. Learn how to diagnose a faulty graphics card and how to fix it.
A proxy server can regulate Internet connections and provide an extra layer of security. Here’s how to use a proxy server with Windows 10.
Google recently launched Google Family Library which allows users to share their purchased apps and media with members of their family. Here’s how it works.
Have you ever found yourself locked out of a Windows account? PCUnlocker allows you to unlock user accounts, from Windows 10 all the way back to Windows 2000.
Do you have a surge protector to protect your PC? It may not seem important, but it could be the difference between the life and death of your PC. Find out more!
It might be convenient for you to charge your phone in a public charging station, but you are opening yourself to “juice jacking” attacks. Find out more about juice jacking here.
If you’re interested in writing with cursive instead of keys, just follow these instructions to enable and use handwriting input in Windows 10.
With programming being vital in today’s computing world, free programming websites have appeared to help people get into this complex field. Here’s ten websites where you can hop in and study programming without paying a penny.
Have you found yourself in a position where you needed to add a written signature to a digital document? Here are a few ways to add a signature to Google Docs.
Some Android phones were found to have preinstalled malware, even before the customer receives the phone. Here is how you can tackle preinstalled malware on your Android phone.
It’s not easy to watch media at the same time as other people over the Internet. Rabb.it provides a service for you to easily browse the Web with friends.
Did you know that your Internet speed might not be as fast as you perceived thanks to the misunderstanding of megabits vs. megabytes? Let’s clarify that.
If you’re interested in blocking ad requests or seeing who tracks you when you load a website, Disconnect for Chrome can block tracking websites completely.
There is no straightforward method to disable Windows Defender for good in Windows 10. In this guide we’ll show you how to permanently disable Windows Defender.
Since Android 4.0, it has become very easy to take Android screenshots without using an app. Even if it doesn’t work for you, there are many other ways to do it. Check them out here.
Microsoft is putting an end to Windows Vista support after April 11th, 2017. If you are still using Vista, here is what you need to know and do to protect yourself.
An update in the Facebook app for Android makes the sound autoplay before the video. This can be incredibly annoying. Learn how to disable autoplaying video sounds in Facebook for Android.
Are you worried about Windows 10’s system files becoming corrupted? Perhaps it’s time for you to create a Windows 10 recovery disk. Here’s how to do that.
Installing custom cursors for Windows 10 is not as straightforward as it should be. Here’s how you can safely find and install custom cursors on Windows 10.
There will be times when you are not connected to the Internet and need to access your Google Docs. Here’s how to set up and use Google Docs offline.
If you’re a WiFi aficionado, you’ll probably want something more powerful than the default Android Wifi tool. Here are 4 of the best Android WiFi manager apps you can use.
In addition to ransomware, another upcoming dangerous trend is selling “ransomware as a service.” Here is what you need to know about it and how to protect yourself.
Sometimes your PC will make a series of beeping noises while stuck in a strange boot limbo. This is known as a “beep code.” Find out what is it and how to interpret them.
If you need to monitor a web page for changes, like an update for the availability of a new product, you should check out VisualPing to automate the process.
While shortened links are great, they can sometimes be used for malware distribution as well. Find out about the dangers of shortened links and how to stay safe.
For confidential data it is best to back up to your personal home cloud storage. This article will show you what you need to know about home cloud storage.
Android malware does exist on your phone. If you are wondering if your phone is infected, here’s how to check for Android malware and how to get rid of it.
Have you ever wondered why people are creating fake news and spreading it around? Here’s how fake news websites work and why they do it.
You probably know that you need to defragment your hard drive, but do you know what defragment means? And what happens when you defragment a drive? Let’s check it out.
While it is easy to uninstall apps, it does not remove those files/folders created by the apps. Here’s how to remove leftover app data on Android.
There are many reasons why your Windows might be “not genuine.” Here we will detail each of the reasons and the way to fix Windows’ not genuine issue.
The most common way to get connected to the Internet is via Wifi, Ethernet and 3G/4G. Here we’ll explore each of the methods and their pros and cons.
One of the more recent innovations in digital video is the ability for users to watch 360 videos. Here are the options to watch 360 video in Windows 10.
If you find that some of your keyboard buttons are going unloved, here is how you can remap unused keys in Windows 10 and maximize your keyboard usage.
If you want to preserve the contents of a specific website, here’s what you can do to archive websites permanently for long term storage.
You have probably heard of “virus,” but what about “zero-day virus?” This article explains what “zero-day virus” is and how you can protect yourself.
Windows 10 has a syncing feature that syncs your data between devices. If you are concerned about your privacy, here’s how to control what Windows 10 syncs.
While there are many free and good antivirus programs out there, it is not advisable to install multiple antivirus programs on one PC, as much as you may want to. Here’s why.
You may have spotted “32-bit” or “64-bit” when looking at the specifications of a smartphone. Let’s take a look at the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit for Android phones and which is the better choice.
Other than the usual malware, there is also the scareware scam that scares you to install infected software. Let’s learn how it works and how you can protect yourself.