Microsoft today was busy releasing updates and new builds for Windows 10. Three updates released improve upgrading and enhance functionality.
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Microsoft today released the latest preview version, build 10532. It includes bug fixes and overall stability enhancements, and a couple new features.
Wake-on-LAN is an advanced feature that can come in handy in many home and business networking scenarios. Here’s a look at using it with Windows 10.
Windows 10 includes a new feature called Battery Saver that promises to squeeze as much juice out of your tablet or laptop battery for your day.
If you have kids and want to manage their time and activities on the PC, Windows 10 includes a built in function called Family Safety. Here’s how to use it.
Windows 10 search is powered by Cortana and Bing and displays web results when you’re searching for settings, files, or apps. If you find that annoying you can turn it off.
If you’ve upgraded to Windows 10, Microsoft wants you to give Groove Music Pass a try for 30 days. Here’s a look at the service and what it has to offer.
Everyone loves a quick way to get things done in Windows, and using keyboard shortcuts is a great way to do it. Here’s a comprehensive list for Windows 10.
Microsoft today is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Windows 95. Here’s a look at how Windows 95 kicked off a tech revolution and how things have changed.
While the setting is buried, Windows 10 users who need to create a local account of their own or for another individual can be done.
Microsoft updated OneDrive last month, and it includes the ability to upload your music collection and stream it via Groove Music.
One of the new features in Windows 10 is a notification center that Microsoft calls Action Center. Here’s a look at how to use and configure its features.
New Color options are coming to Windows 10. While still in early in development, we thought you’d like to get an idea of what’s coming to Windows 10.
In Windows 7 you could use desktop peek by hovering the mouse at the end of the taskbar. It’s disabled by default in Windows 10 – here’s how to get it back.