Each time you plug in a USB drive or SD card in a PC, Windows gives it a dynamic alphabetic letter. Here’s how to give your drive(s) a permanent letter.
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When upgrading Windows 10, sometimes the process fails. Here are a few reasons why an upgrade might fail and what you can do to troubleshoot and fix them.
Windows 10 was officially launched this week, and if you’re ready to upgrade your Windows 7 computer, it’s easy. Here’s our guide on how to do it.
Enjoy a blast from the past with Microsoft 3D Pinball Space Cadet. Here’s a quick tip on getting it downloaded and installed on Windows 7 and up.
When was the last time you actually put your physical wastepaper bin on top of your desk — never? Why not do the same with the Recycle Bin in Windows?
If you need to change the name of your computer, the process has not changed since the Windows XP, so here’s how in Vista through Windows 10.
If you want to reinstall Windows 7 on your computer, you can now download the ISO disc image file from the Microsoft Software Recovery Center.
Would you like to have a version of Windows that you can carry around in your pocket and use anywhere? Here’s how to make a USB drive with Windows 8.
Sometimes when you have a flash drive, it won’t be recognized by Windows, but before you throw that USB flash drive away, try to fix it with this tip.
A lot of space can be saved on your hard drive by clearing the Temp file, and here’s how safely delete the temp files from the previous day during boot.
If you like to dig into your Windows system’s settings, you’re probably going into Control Panel a lot. Here’s how to pin it to the taskbar for easy access.
Windows users know about the built-in Windows tools prominently displayed in the OS, but there’s a ton of tools under the hood you might not be aware of.
Windows users are familiar with the Run command box since the days of Windows 95. You can pin it to the Taskbar if you don’t like using the hotkey combo.
If you’re an OCD Windows power user and rarely shutdown or restart your computer (like me), you might want to keep track of the reason why you’re doing it.