Windows 10 collects a lot of data about you with its telemetry gathering options. These five tools allow you to configure privacy options in Windows.
Do you want to transfer files between your Linux in WSL and Windows 10? Microsoft is now planning to add compatibility between the two!
The Realtek HD Audio Manager is the default sound driver for the majority of PC sound cards. Learn how you can update and reinstall the Realtek drivers.
Windows 10 gets plenty of flack. Does it deserve it? Here’s our abridged list of things in Windows 10 that are as bad as stepping on a Lego.
When someone calls you pretending to be a “Microsoft technician,” don’t be fooled – they’re anything but a professional! Here’s how you should deal with it.
The Command Prompt may be a scary place to be, but it can make your life easier. Here are some useful command prompt tricks to get various things done.
Even after upgrading to Windows 10, many users still prefer the look and feel of Windows 7. Here is how you can make Windows 10 look like Windows 7.
It is good to do an audit of your Windows system to find which port is in use and the apps using it. Here’s how to check the ports in use in Windows 10.
Recently, Microsoft pushed a very interesting “gaming update” to insiders. Here is what you need to know about this “gaming tech update.”
You don’t need extra software to run Ubuntu in Windows 10. Here we show you how you can install Ubuntu in Windows using the built-in Hyper-V feature.
Windows 10 now comes with an SSH client preinstalled. It’s easier and faster to use this client, rather than installing and configuring PuTTY.
Windows File Explorer comes with support for extensions to improve its functionality. Here are some of the best File Explorer extensions for better file management.
WinZip, WinRAR and 7Zip are three of the most popular file compression tools for Windows, but which gives the best compression result? Let’s check it out.
When you have an issue with your Windows system, you can boot into Safe mode to safely troubleshoot problems. Learn what Safe mode is in Windows 10 and how it is useful to you.
If you ever want to find out what registry settings are being changed when you modify a policy object, you can do so pretty easily. Let’s learn how.
To fix the DNS not responding error, there are several different things you can try. Here are some of the ways you can use to resolve DNS errors in Windows.
Having difficulty troubleshooting your PC? Find out all about booting to safe mode in Windows 10 to troubleshoot and solve your problems.
The Group Policy in Windows allows you to change and configure a lot of system settings. Here is what the Group Policy is and how to use it.
If you are an app developer, you will have to test your apps on the latest version of Android. Here is how to set up and run Android Pie 9.0 on your computer.
Windows 10 has plenty of features that helps SSDs operate to their full potential, but it doesn’t always enable them by default. This will show how to unlock the full potential of your SSD!
Notifications can be annoying when they are constantly grabbing your attention. Learn how you can customize Windows 10 notifications to only show the things you want.
If you have seen the “No Internet, Secured” message in Windows 10, here are some of the possibilities and solutions you can use to fix it.
Windows 10 has a neat little feature that lets you track your device and lock your PC remotely. This feature is very helpful when your device is stolen.
Windows 10 has had issues with update space before, and that is why it will now automatically reserve 7GB of space dedicated just for update downloads.
If you are an avid keyboard user, then you will love all the new keyboard shortcuts that are introduced in Windows 10 to access all the new features easily. Take a look.
Windows doesn’t let you change the default keyboard shortcut, but that doesn’t mean you can’t. Here’s a trick to change the keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10.
Windows Sticky Notes is not as feature-rich as Evernote, but that doesn’t mean it’s useless. Here are 4 tips to master Wndows Sticky Notes.
2018 wasn’t the most glamorous year for Windows 10. Here are five major updates and events that are likely to come to Windows 10 in 2019.
You might’ve seen a folder named “WinSxS” that takes up a lot of space. Let’s find out what this WinSxS folder is and how you can clean it up to regain storage space.
Chromebooks don’t naturally support Windows, but that could change after Google announced they will support dual-booting Windows 10 on their Chromebooks.
Did you know that you can download fonts from the Microsoft Store? it’s a useful feature for easily grabbing some more fonts for your Windows machine.
If you are using different languages on your Windows 10 machine, enabling the input indicator or language bar allows you to easily switch between languages.
If you need to access files from another computer, the best way is to map a network drive. Learn how you can map a network drive in Windows 10 and connect to another PC.
If you are wondering if your Windows system is running SSD or HDD, here are a few ways to find out without physically open the computer case.
Windows supports a wide range of languages. If you need more language support than the default, here is how to add language packs in Windows 10.
If “Windows shell experience host” is taking up a lot of memory on your computer, this shows how you can fix it and reduce its memory intake.
With the October update just rolling out after months of constant hiccups, let’s take a look as to what Microsoft has in store for 2019.
Windows Movie Maker is a simple-to-use tool for editing video. Follow this guide to brush up on your Windows Movie Maker skills and create professional-looking videos.
Microsoft introduced a MBR2GPT tool that lets you convert from Legacy BIOS to UEFI with just two commands. Here is how you can do so.
You can set up your own email server and protect your emails from prying eyes. Here is how you can host your own email server right in your Windows PC.
There may have been a few factors that caused the microphone not working issue in Windows 10. Here are some ways to fix the nonfunctional microphone issue.
Windows 10’s Delivery Optimization feature lets you transfer updates to and from other PCs on your network. Here’s how you can manage the delivery optimization cache.
Custom Views in Windows Event Viewer is a special showing where you only see the warnings that interest you. Learn how to create a custom view in Windows.
If your computer has been running slowly, you don’t need to replace it. There are tons of free tools you can use to speed up your Windows.
If you have a ton of images to edit, perhaps consider a batch-editing program to do the work for you. Here are the best tools for batch-editing images in Windows.
The “Open With” list in Windows 10 may contain applications that you have no use for. Learn how to remove applications from the “Open With” list in Windows.
Windows Narrator make it easier for those with vision problems by reading what’s on the display. Here are some tips to get the best out of Windows Narrator.
If you just got a new, better-quality microphone to use on your computer, this shows how to properly set up an external microphone in Windows 10.
Without warning, the Windows Mail app began to display advertisements. Users can only go “ad-free” by getting a copy of Office 365. Here’s the full details.
You can’t just close an app when it freezes. The following methods will help you to close the unresponsive app in Windows 10 so you can move on.