The Quick Launch bar in Windows XP allows users to quickly access frequently used apps and files. Learn how you can get it back in Windows 10.
Windows Tips & Tricks
Microsoft removed the Control Panel option from the Power User menu (“Win + X” menu). Here is how you can re-enable it and show the Control Panel option in the Win+X menu.
With Microsoft releasing Windows 10 S as a budget laptop, you might wonder whether to get ChromeOS or Windows 10 S. Let’s find out their differences.
Do you use multiple email clients on your computer and want to browse your email archive across these clients? Learn how to master desktop email search with these tips.
Making the Start menu transparent lets you read text on a document behind it. Here is how you can increase the transparency of the Start Menu.
Windows 10 has added native support for PDF, which means you can now easily save files as PDFs without additional software. Learn how to do it here.
Installing ESET’s NOD 32 or Smart Security is easy, but uninstalling them is not. Here’s how you can remove ESET’s NOD 32 or Smart Security in Windows 10
There are times when you need to test an application without it making changes to the host OS. Here are some of the best sandbox applications for Windows you can use.
For documents downloaded from the Web, Microsoft Office will show a Protected View status. Here is how you can disable Protected View in Microsoft Office.
If you absolutely need to use Microsoft Office but can’t afford the price, here are some ways you can use Microsoft Office for free. Check them out.
There are times when you just want to lock your keyboard and prevent anyone from typing. Here are 4 ways to disable the keyboard in Windows 10, with and without third-party software.
If you are using a Windows 10 PC, chances are you have encountered a memory leak problem. Here is how you can fix a memory leak problem in Windows 10.
Ransomware is on the rise. If you are affected by ransomware, here are some free ransomware decryption tools that can help you get your data back.
Have you ever wondered why you are using the 32-bit version of Windows 10 while your PC supports 64-bit? Learn how to easily upgrade from 32-bit to 64-bit Windows.
By default, Windows doesn’t allow you to change the icon associated with a file type. Here is how you can change the icon of a file type in Windows.
If you are not using the Fast User Switching feature or if you think it is not for you, here’s how to disable the fast user switching feature in Windows 10.
There are myriad reasons why you want to block a website from loading. Here is a simple way to block a website in Windows 10 without using any third-party software.
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.