Windows 10 tracks your app launch activities so as to show your most used apps in the Start menu. Here’s how to disable it and prevent Windows from tracking.
macOS has a Quick Look feature for users to quickly preview the content of a file. You can also get this Quick Look feature in Windows 10. Find out how.
Do you make use of Cortana to get things done? If yes, you may want to check and delete Cortana’s logs you’d rather not have lingering around.
Winamp used to be the king of music players for Windows, but no more. Here is our list of favorite free music players for Windows.
Windows uses a built-in tool called chkdsk to scan for errors in your machine. Learn how you can change the chkdsk countdown time via the command prompt.
If you have a need to free up more storage space, here are the steps to shrink a VirtualBox VM and reclaim storage space taken up by the guest OS.
It can be annoying when Windows cancels your Shutdown action because of a running application. This shows how to get it to auto-end tasks during shut down.
MIcrosoft Edge Favorites and browser settings cannot be easily backed up. If you are rebuilding your PC, this shows how to restore Edge favorites and settings.
When charging your laptop, you might see the “plugged in, not charging” message. Find out what this message means and how you can fix it.
If you wake up to find that your Windows screen is flipped upside down, here’s a solution to fix an upside down screen in Windows 10.
Windows has a “boot log” feature that logs the driver that is being loaded when you start your system.
Curating your startup programs is the best way to ensure your Windows 10 boots up fast.
Windows 10 desktop is capable of changing into something different entirely. Here’s how to install custom Windows 10 themes and things to look out for.
Apple’s products have a tendency not to work well with others. Here’s the workaround to mirror your iPhone’s screen to Windows via Airplay.
There are plenty of good reasons to block applications in Windows 10. Here we’ll show you how to block apps in Windows 10 using the Registry Editor.
There are times you may want to limit the Windows update bandwidth to specific hours of the day when you are using mobile data.
Booting to Safe Mode is often the most efficient way to fix Windows issues. Add Safe boot to the Windows boot option to quickly boot into Safe Mode.
If you ever want to clear your Timeline activity in Windows 10, you can do so with just a few clicks.
There are many ways to find the secret identifier of a user in Windows. Here are some of them.
If your Recycle Bin goes missing, don’t panic! There are ways to get it back.
If you have a docx file, you don’t really need the Microsoft Office suite to open it.
Are you a 24-hour or 12-hour kind of person? Whichever it is, you need the time format in Windows 10 that suits you.
The Windows File Explorer comes with support for search filters for you to quickly find your files. Here are some of the most useful File Explorer search filters you should know.
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.
If you want to improve the file search speed in Windows, you can simply tag files with relevant keywords.
If you have two GPU in your computer, you can now choose which GPU to use for specific applications in Windows 10.
If you are wondering where to find useful software for your Windows PC, this is a huge list of 101 free software for your Windows-based PC.
While Microsoft Project is very useful, it can be very complex at times. These alternatives are simpler, and they are free.
There are a myriad of reasons to automate the startup and shutdown of Windows 10; this article shows you how you do it.
If you don’t like how the default shortcut icon looks on Windows Desktop, you can replace the shortcut icon with a custom one.
When you see the “SD card is damaged. Try reformatting it.” message, all is not lost yet. You could still retrieve your data.
The ability to create and schedule tasks in Windows is great. What makes it better is you can get it to run with a delay.
If you are looking to create a screencast, this article will show how you can do it in Windows 10.
Windows 10 allows you to check your laptop’s battery health status so you can make the necessary changes to keep the laptop’s performance at its best.
You can use the Run commands in Windows to quickly access tools and tasks. This is a good list of useful Run commands to help you be more productive.
If you have set the network profile the wrong way, this will show how you can change the network profile from public to private on Windows.
The recent update for Windows 10 allows you to check which apps are using your GPU and how much each one is using. Here’s how to find your GPU usage in Windows.
For those who are paranoid about the security of the new Timeline feature in Windows 10, this will show how to disable the Timeline features in Windows 10.
The redesigned Task View, updated during Windows’ big April update, is a feature that’s tangibly improved my day-to-day workflow experience. Here is why it’s so good.
Microsoft’s recent mobile apps for Android and iOS allow you to easily sync your work progress between your PC and your phone without losing data or formatting. Here’s how it works.
The Windows Defender Application Guard for Edge browser is one of the useful features in Windows 10 April 2018 update. This article shows how to enable it.
If your Internet is metered, you’ll want to keep an eye on it so you don’t go over your limit. Here’s how to monitor and control data usage in Windows 10.
It often takes a long time for your Windows computer to shut down. Why is this so? Let’s take a look at its shutdown processes, and you’ll understand why.
The April 2018 update to Windows 10 introduces a brand new tool to help users free up disk space and reclaim precious disk space.
Occasionally, your Windows computer will take its own sweet time in shutting down. Here are some tips you can use to speed up the Windows Shutdown process.
You never know when your Windows computer is going to crash. Learn how to back up your data without booting Windows at all.
Windows recently launched their latest update that’s full of great goodies. It’s too soon to see if this new update brings any unwanted features, but it does have quite a few that are quite useful.
Windows 10 comes with many settings for you to improve your computer’s sound quality. This will show how to manage Windows 10 sound settings.
If you suspect your computer has malware or a security issue, these are some useful ways to see all of the connections it is making, including those unauthorized connections that can harm your computer.
The “Open With” context menu feature has been a pillar of Windows for a long time, so when it stops working, it’s time to take action. Here are our fixes for the “Open With” not working issue in Windows.