XP will officially be dead to consumers on April 8th. As a consumer you have some choices to make if your still running the 13 year old operating system.
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If your plan is to move to a Chromebook after XP support ends, you’ll want to bring your favorite bookmarks with you. Here’s how to transfer them easily.
As more live and on-demand cable TV comes to the web, no matter the flavor of content, results will vary between devices, so make sure to update them.
If you want to start taking control of your privacy on Facebook – the best you can anyway – you can delete your search history. Here’s how it’s done.
It’s annoying when you put your computer to sleep before bed, and when you wake up, it turns out the system was running all night. Here’s how to fix it.
If you share your Apple device running iOS 7, you want to make sure web browsing history is kept as private. Here’s how to enable Safari’s Private Browsing.
Whether it’s a full OS upgrade, like in the case of Windows 7 to 8.1, or just a Service Pack update in Windows 7, there’s hard drive space you can reclaim.
Windows Phone users have a new way to shoot video to the big screen. Tube Cast is a free app that streams YouTube to Chromecast over your WiFi network.
Microsoft launched its rebranded cloud service, formerly called SkyDrive, and now called OneDrive. Here’s how to make sure you have it on your device.
Making Google Maps available offline is a nice feature if you have an iPad or iPod touch that’s only able to connect to the internet via WiFi.
The Context menu has options that help make using Windows easier. But there might be more items you want to add. Easy Context Menu does it the simple way.
Pandora added the Alarm Clock and Sleep Timer feature to iOS and Android last month, but it only worked on iPhone and iPod touch, and now it works on iPad.
Windows 8 keeps trucking along, and the next big change will be in the form of what Microsoft calls Update 1. It makes the modern UI easier to use with a mouse and keyboard.
SkyDrive is integrated into Windows 8.1 and is the default location to save your documents. But if you use a different cloud service you can ditch SkyDrive.