If you are both an Android and Windows user, Microsoft has now included a simple way for you to receive Android notifications in Windows 10. Here is how you can do so.
Windows Tips & Tricks
After a system upgrade, you often find a windows.old folder that is taking up some space. Here is what the “windows.old” folder is and how to remove it.
The Windows 10 Anniversary update is finally here. Check out all the important changes and new features you get in this update.
If you’re annoyed by or just want to get rid of the New App Installed notification in Windows 10, here’s how to disable it.
If you’re having computer problems, there may be some bad files on your system. In this article you’ll learn to scan and fix corrupted Windows files.
If you prefer the look of the Windows 7 File Explorer and are using Windows 10, here’s how to make Windows 10 File Explorer look like Windows 7.
The Windows Registry is great for tweaking and customizing Windows. Here are 5 Windows 10 registry hacks to help you improve your experience.
Have a website you check often? An easy way to keep up with it is to set the web page as a wallpaper. Here’s how to do that in Windows 10.
The Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10 provides you with different options to repair and diagnose issues in Windows. Here are three ways to access them.
In this article we explore a trustworthy software that even an ordinary user can use to identify computer hardware problems on a Windows PC.
Think someone else has been logging into your Windows PC behind your back? Here are some methods to prove that your suspicions are correct!
The Windows 10 Start Menu isn’t perfect. One issue you may be having is blank tiles in the Start menu. If this is happening to you, here are a few solutions.
When you click on All Apps in the Windows 10 start menu it displays all installed apps. Prefer not to have this shown? Here’s how to remove the All Apps option.
Want to make encrypted files harder to access? Want to secure files in the cloud? Meet GuardKey. It can lock and unlock encrypted drives & cloud storage.
Adaptive Brightness: you either love it or hate it. Whether you want to enable or disable it, here’s how to take care of Adaptive Brightness in Windows 10.
Windows 10 collects a lot of data using the new Telemetry feature which is enabled and set to “Full” by default. Here’s how to manage telemetry settings to protect your privacy.
New to the tile-based approach of the Windows 10 Start Menu? Get our top 5 tips for using the Start Menu in Windows 10 and making it work for you.
Keeping your Windows drivers up to date doesn’t have to be such a chore. The Snail Driver utility makes it easy. Here’s how to install and use it.