Microsoft added a new dynamic lock feature in Windows Creators Update. Learn how you can auto lock your PC when your phone is out of range.
Windows Tips & Tricks
A faulty driver can cause a lot of trouble for a computer. Learn how you can use the built-in Driver Verifier to check for bad drivers in Windows.
Windows Live Mail help is particularly in need now that Microsoft has phased out the Windows Live Essentials. Here are solutions to common WLM problems.
Looking for an advanced screen recording program for Windows with tons of features and an affordable price tag? Chech out Action! Screen Recorder.
In addition to your phone and tablet, you can now download movies from Netflix on your desktop/laptop too. Here’s how you can download movies from Netflix on Windows 10.
There is no hard-and-fast way to check motherboard health, but here’s a list of things you can keep an eye on to see if your motherboard is working fine.
SMB version 1 is the protocol loophole that resulted in WannaCry ransomware and Petya wiper. Here’s how to disable SMBv1 in Windows.
One downside of Microsoft Visio is that it is not affordable for a home user. Here are the most feature-rich and free alternatives to Microsoft Visio.
By default, videos recorded using Game DVR are stored in the “Videos” folder. Here is how you can change the Game DVR folder in Windows 10.
Windows To Go allows you to install a fully-functional Windows system onto a USB flash drive. Learn how to create a portable Windows system to use on any computer.
Cortana in Windows 10 can help you with plenty of tasks, except for shutting down and restarting your PC. Here’s a trick to get Cortana to shut down your PC.
There was a complete makeover to the regular Windows Defender in Windows Creators Update. Learn how you can get the old Windows Defender’s interface back.
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.
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.