Downloading Windows updates individually is not only time-consuming and unproductive but is also frustrating. If you’d prefer to update Windows 10 offline, here’s how you can do that.
If you want to allow a family member or friend to use your computer, without having to log into your account, here’s how to create a guest account for them.
If you’re an administrator and want users to run certain programs as administrator without giving them the password, then here is how you can do it.
If you are lacking space in the drive where OneDrive is installed, you might save space if you move the OneDrive folder. Here’s how to do that.
If you are a Windows user and have forgotten your WiFi password, here are the ways to recover the WiFi password in Windows.
Is Windows 10 loading slower than you’d like? Luckily, there is a way to improve its startup time by using the included startup app manager. Here’s how.
Windows 10 just got its first major update dubbed Threshold 2. Here is the roundup of all the new features and improvements in the big Fall update.
If you miss the classic-style Start menu in Windows 8 or Windows 10, you can now get it back with a lightweight application called Classic Shell. Check it out.
When it comes to Windows 10 editions, Home and Pro, you may be wondering which is best for you. This article will help you find the best one for your needs.
If you use Google Calendar regularly and want to sync your events with the Windows 10 Calendar app, here’s how to do that.
A LiveCD is useful for PCs that can’t be booted up. Active LiveCD is one such tool that comes with all the essential backup, recovery and security tools.
Looking for extra Windows security? In this article we show you how to add PIN security to your Windows 10 account and explain why it’s a better option.
Though the process of upgrading to Windows 10 is simple, there are few things that you should do before upgrading. This article outlines those things.
One of the most improved things about Windows 10 is the new modern apps and how you interact with them. Here are six we feel are worth a try. Check them out!
Predator turns your USB flash drive into a key. Literally. With it you can take your USB flash drive out to lock your computer, and put it back in to unlock it.
Just like a web browser, the Windows File Explorer keeps track of your frequently opened files and folders. If you don’t want that, here’s how to delete the File Explorer address bar history.
To recover deleted files, you need is a powerful data recovery software like Active Undelete for Windows. Enter to win a license in our giveaway.
Windows doesn’t have a tool for viewing file checksum by default, so we’re going to show you how to see file checksums using software called HashTab.
If you are already using OneNote on Windows to manage your note-taking tasks, here are a few OneNote tips to get the most out of it.
Tech support scams are the most common way that PC users, especially Windows users, are hoodwinked into paying cash. Here’s what you should know about them.