If you frequently deal with Windows Registry, here’s a way to bookmark Windows Registry locations so that you can easily find them later.
Windows Tips & Tricks
Looking for an easy way to see the battery usage of apps in Windows 10? You can use Battery Saver to see which apps consume the most or least power.
If you ever need to reinstall Windows, having a list of all the installed software will make things easier. Here’s how to see all software installed on your PC.
There may be times when you need to securely delete your data on your hard drive so that it is not recoverable. Super Eraser does that and leaves no traces. Check it out.
Sometimes you may need to format your USB drive to fix an issue or to start from scratch. Here’s how to format USB drives on Windows 10.
Looking to add website links to the Windows 10 start menu so that you can access them more easily and quickly? Here’s how to do that.
Sometimes you may want to mirror your Android screen to your Windows PC. Here’s how you can do that using a software called TeamViewer.
Not everyone is a fan of the Bing search engine. If you want to change the default search engine in Microsoft Edge to Google, here’s how it’s done.
If you’re bored with the Windows 10 Command Prompt and desperately want to change up the look, this tutorial will show you how to customize it.
When you update Windows it caches the installation files. However, they can take up valuable space. Here’s how to delete the Windows 10 update cache.
Excel is already powerful, but if you want to extend its functionality, here are some add-ons for Excel to help make spreadsheets easier.
Want to allow a standard user to run a program with admin rights? You can use a third-party utility, but you may prefer to skip the utility and create your own shortcut. Here’s how to do that.
If you’re looking to have a fresh new wallpaper every day with Windows 10, here’s how to set Bing images as the desktop wallpaper and lock screen background.
Windows icon cache speeds up the appearance of icons on your computer. Sometimes the cache can get corrupted. Here’s how to repair a broken icon cache.
Tired of your kids spending too much time on the computer? If it’s a Windows computer, here’s how you can set a time limit for a Windows 10 user account.
Microsoft has recently announced the support of Bash on Windows 10. Here is how you can install and use Bash on Windows 10.
Overtype allows you to write a word, move the cursor into the middle of the word, and replace the characters previously typed. Here are some of its benefits.
AutoHotKey is a Windows app that creates quick custom keyboard shortcuts and automates tasks. Here’s how to schedule AutoHotKey to start up with Windows.