Not a fan of light colors? Don’t like the light color scheme in Windows 10? You’re in luck. Here’s how to enable Dark Mode to see the dark side of Windows.
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Windows 10 has a lot of shady data collection going on that you should be aware of. Here’s what you need to know about Windows 10 and your privacy.
One feature absent in previous Windows versions is the ability to check your hard drive space. Here’s how to free up space on your hard drive in Windows 10.
Despite the excitement about Windows 10, there are a few reasons you should hold back your upgrade to Windows 10. Here’s why.
Windows 10 comes with Cortana installed, but it is disabled by default. Here is how to activate Cortana and set it up in Windows 10.
Unlike previous versions of Windows, you can’t change the color of window title bars with just a few clicks. Although a bit involved, here’s how it’s done.
Windows 10 doesn’t have a built-in way to change the login screen wallpaper, so we’ll show you how to use the Windows 10 Login Screen Image Changer app to do it.
Microsoft automatically activates Windows 10 in the background, but there’s no way to tell if it has been successfully activated. Here’s how to check.
For those who don’t want the Quick Access view to show up by default in Windows 10 File Explorer, here’s how to remove Quick Access from it.
Learn how to create your very own Windows 10 boot disk on a USB stick if you’re tired of waiting for the automatic download and upgrade of Windows 10.
CloudFogger can easily encrypt your files in Windows and Mac. It can also be used to encrypt Dropbox files. Here’s how to use it.
After the long wait, Windows 10 has finally been released for the general public. Have you tried it yet?
Here’s an in-depth look at Rainmeter, an Windows application that allows you to customize your Windows desktop with a variety of mini-apps and widgets.
If you want to make the most of OneDrive, formerly known as SkyDrive, on Windows 8, here are 6 useful tips and tricks for you to try out.
Microsoft has unveiled Windows 10. Here are 7 reasons why you should upgrade to Windows 10.
Sometimes you may not want Windows to always automatically update a device driver. Here’s how you can disable driver updates through Windows Update.
If you forget the name of a recently modified file in Windows but remember when it was modified, you can find it by launching a search. Here’s how.
The Ribbon UI has been around since Microsoft Office 2007, and there are numerous workarounds to restore the classic menu layout. Here are some options.