The Anniversary Update for Windows 10 introduced an even easier way to make a mobile hotspot. Find out how you can easily enable a mobile hotspot in Windows 10.
There are no easy ways to create and manage the system restore points in Windows. Here are 3 of the best tools for you to manage system restore points.
If you are working on both your Android phone and PC, it is good to be able to sync the clipboard. Here’s how you can sync the clipboard between your Android and PC.
Windows 10’s Creator’s Update comes with a virtual touchpad that is hidden from view. Learn how you can make use of the virtual touchpad in Windows 10.
While Windows Defender is pretty basic, you can increase the protection levels and harden Windows defender with a few changes. Here’s how to do it.
You probably don’t bother with computer maintenance because you are too busy. Follow these maintenance tips for Windows to prevent problems from piling up.
There are no technical differences between laptop apps and desktop apps, but the former might just save you when you’re on the move.
If you tried everything you could think of to fix a network issue in Windows 10, a network reset may be just what you need. Learn how to reset network settings in this article.
While installing Windows 10 is relatively straightforward, sometimes you might encounter the “We couldn’t create a new partition” error. Here’s how to fix it.
By default, the Note button in Windows 10 Action Center is mapped to the OneNote app. Learn how to modify the Note button to open other note-taking apps.
While a laptop touchpad doesn’t come with a middle button. If you are a fan of middle-click, here are a few ways to enable a middle click for your touchpad.
Microsoft recently released Windows 10 S to the public so that you can download and try it out. Learn how you can install Windows 10 S on your PC.
Windows’ own clipboard is very basic, while the Microsoft Office clipboard is far more advanced. Learn how you can make use of the Microsoft office clipboard in Windows.
The system restore feature in Windows will take up a lot of storage space. Learn how you can easily delete system restore points to regain the lost space.
If you’re in the habit of changing your desktop wallpaper regularly, here are some apps you can use to change your wallpaper automatically in Windows 10.
Changing the default font in Windows is not as easy and require edits to the registry. Follow these steps to easily change the default font in Windows 10.
The Xbox One controller is a pretty solid option for PC gaming, and connecting it to a PC is easy. Here’s how you can connect an Xbox One controller to a PC.
You may have come across a “Hybrid sleep” option when poking around in Windows Settings. What is hybrid sleep, and more importantly, should you turn it on or off?
The Automatic Repair Loop in Windows 10 can be one of the most frustrating things to happen. Here are some ways to fix the repair loop issue.
There are a multitude of reasons why your sound might not be working in Windows 10. Here are some of the ways to fix Windows 10 sound not working.
In addition to the traditional password, you can also use Picture Password to log in to Windows. Learn how to enable Picture Password in Windows 10.
Have a new monitor but it’s not rendering well with your Windows 10? Follow these steps to fine tune your display in Windows 10 to get the best viewing experience.
Have you ever struggled with storage space on your computer? A new Storage Sense feature can automatically clean Windows 10 of unused files. Learn how to use it here.
Let’s say you want to edit a file, but Windows tells you that another process has “locked” it. How do you unlock “in-use” files in Windows? Let’s find out.
If you received the “Access denied” errors while modifying some system files in Windows, you can manually take ownership of files and folders to override the user permission.
A new technology in Windows 10 can track your eye movements and allow you to navigate the PC. Is this eye tracking feature really useful or just a gimmick? Let’s find out.
Windows 10 likes to put the computer to sleep if you leave it idle for too long. Learn how you can stop Windows 10 from sleeping and locking up your computer.
Sometime you may just want to reset your Windows 10 to the factory settings. Here is how you can create a reset recovery image and use it to reset your PC.
When dealing with lots of media files, you can increase the icon cache in Windows so the File explorer won’t freeze while generating preview thumbnails.
You may have seen a new app appear on your computer called “Paint 3D.” Is this just a revamped version of Paint, or is it something else entirely? Let’s find out.
There are plenty of reasons why a computer freezes. Here are 9 causes of a freezing computer and what you can do to prevent it.
If you have a “shrinking” USB drive where it is showing a much smaller storage space than its original size, here’s how you can recover USB space in Windows.
Sometimes the Action Center in Windows 10 can become unresponsive. Here are some simple methods you can try to make the Action Center work again.
Windows 10 includes some fairly advanced backup features. Here is how you can use the new backup features to create a Windows 10 backup to a network drive.
Microsoft released DirectX 12 with new features and developments. Find out the differences between DirectX 11 and DirectX 12.
You can download plenty of Windows 10 themes from the Windows Store, but if you are keen to, here’s how you can create your own Windows 10 custom themes.
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.
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.
Microsoft Edge comes with a built-in password manager for you to save your passwords. Here’s how you can view and manage save passwords in Edge.
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.
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.