There are many driver update tools available that will automatically keep all your Windows drivers up to date. In this post we share four of those software tools.
Windows Tips & Tricks
When you log in or lock Windows, you’ll see your account details. Don’t like this? Want to hide all user details from the login screen? Here’s how to do it.
If your Internet is metered, you’ll want to keep an eye on it so you don’t go over your limit. Here’s how to monitor and control data usage in Windows 10.
PaperPlane is a free app that acts as a smart launcher for Windows; you access frequently used apps, folders, and more using an iPad-like launcher.
If you want to keep up with more than one time zone in Windows 10, here are a few methods to help you do so.
In this article we show you how to utilize your Xbox 360 controller to control your Windows PC with the help of Gopher360, an open-source application.
Windows 10 comes with many features to help you in your productivity, but you can make further improvements with these tips and tricks. Let’s check them out.
When you lock your Windows computer, the display or monitor won’t turn itself off. Here’s how to turn off your monitor automatically when you lock the computer.
VPNBook is a free VPN service provider that puts no limit on bandwidth. If you only want a VPN for casual things, VPNBook is a good choice. Check it out.
If you loved the OneDrive placeholder feature, then you can simulate that by mapping OneDrive as a network drive in Windows 10. Here’s how.
In this post we will show you how to uninstall the Windows product key and install it again on another PC.
If you’ve enabled the Spotlight feature in Windows ant want to download and save your favorite Spotlight images to your computer, here’s how to do that.
Windows allows you to create and manage VHDs using native tools. However, if you want to make your work much easier, here’s how to mount and manage VHD using Simple VHD Manager.
Want to access Android files from a Windows computer? Here’s how you can do so.
Hibernation is a power-saving state made primarily for laptops. If it’s currently disabled on your computer, here is how you can enable it in Windows 10.
The Windows right-click context menu is very useful. Regardless, you may not always find all the options necessary. To deal with this, here are four of the best context menu editors for Windows.
If you’re not a fan of the Microsoft Edge browser and want to get rid of it in Windows 10, this tutorial will show you how it’s done.
If you are someone who is looking for an easy way to block installed programs from running on Windows, here’s how to do that using a portable software called AskAdmin.