One of the features that can come in handy is Aero Shake. If you’re moving fast, sometimes you accidentally minimize all open windows. That’s annoying. Here’s how to disable the Aero Shake feature in Windows 7 and 8 with a Registry tweak.
By default the Omnibar in Internet Explorer 10 is set to use Bing as the search provider. If you want to switch it to Google or another provider, it will require an add-on and a little configuration.
If you want to install Microsoft Security Essentials on Windows 8 — you can’t. It’s already included in the OS and Microsoft renamed it Windows Defender. Here’s a look at what you can expect.
Pinterest is described as the next big thing in social networking. You can share photos, videos and even blog posts. Here’s a quick-tip for enabling cross posting of your Pinterest “Pins” to you Facebook Timeline.
Do you write and send emails with a custom font? Why not set up Outlook to automatically start each composition using a font you love.
Google employees’ passion for building interesting or strange projects is not a surprise for anyone anymore. So why would anyone think it’s out of the ordinary from Google to announce a Google Maps-based game?
Sometimes when you upgrade a hardware driver, it freezes your system or can crash it. Especially if you use Beta drivers that need updates to work properly. To fix the issue, roll back the drivers.
When it comes to web browsers everyone has their favorite for one reason or another. If you’re an Android user, here’s Attack of the Androids host Mat Lee’s guide to 13 currently available.
Our favorite Antivirus utility Microsoft Security Center is now at version 4.0. If you haven’t automatically been updated, make sure to download the current 32 or 64-bit version.
If you’re not a fan of the Google Drive app, you’ll want to delete it. Here’s how to completely delete Google Drive from Windows.
It finally happened — the music industry has achieved a victory that not many thought possible. As ruled by the British High Court, the Pirate Bay will be…
Looks like Nokia is looking to dump one of its premium brands Vertu…. Details inside!