When Window stops responding, everything stops. Here are some methods to reduce or eliminate the “Microsoft Windows application is not responding” message.
Is your hard drive beginning to fail, or are you interested in speeding up your PC with an SSD? Follow these steps to upgrade your hard drive to SSD.
While Airdrop doesn’t work on Android and Windows, there are ways you can easily send files from an Android phone to Windows 10. Check them out.
The full-featured version of Daemon Tools is not free. These free alternatives to Daemon Tools let you mount virtual drives without paying a penny.
Even on a newer PC, it is common to see 100% CPU usage in Windows 10 when everything freezes up. Here are several fixes for the 100% CPU usage problem.
Microsoft’s Your Phone app allows you to receive text, view photographs, get push notifications and manage your Android devices in Windows.
Your laptop is practically useless when its keyboard stops working. Here are the common causes for a laptop keyboard not working and some fixes.
Tired of a PC that takes forever to boot up? Then you need to make use of certain software to boost the hard drive performance of your Windows 10.
Microsoft Sharepoint is great for project collaboration, and it is expensive as well. Here are some alternatives that won’t cost you a dime and share the same functionality as SharePoint.
If you are using a public machine to do work, you may want to use a portable browser on your USB drive. Here’s how to use your preferred browser on any PC.
With that vision in mind of a future of a single screen, Microsoft introduces Windows 10X. Find out what WIndows 10X is and how it will affect you.
Windows doesn’t natively support the “Always on Top” feature that is found in Linux. Fear not: here are some ways to enable Always on Top for Windows.
There may be times when you face issues setting up a second monitor. Here are some fixes for you to solve the multi-monitor setup issues in Windows.
Setting up sound devices on Windows can be a messy business. If your headphones are not working in Windows, follow this guide to fix the problem.
If you’re feeling nostalgic for 8-bit games or need to run some old DOS program on Windows, you can use vDos. Here’s how to use it.
Windows has recently added a “Wi-Fi network isn’t secure” warning when you try to connect to an insecure network. Here’s how you can fix it.
iOS’s HEIC image format is not natively supported in Windows. Here is how you can convert HEIC to JPEG in Windows and view in your image viewer.
If you are using Google Photos to store your photos, you can easily move your photos to the Photo app in Windows 10. Here’s how you can do so.