Windows 7 received a new update allows you to easily free up some disk space by getting rid of old update files. Here’s a look at how this new update works.
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The right-click desktop context menu provides a quick way to navigate your way through Windows. Here’s a registry hack that lets you add any program to it.
Have you ever wondered what the USB Select Suspend setting in Windows is? Austin gives a detail explanation on what it is, and how to use this feature.
Internet Explorer 11 developer preview is available for Windows 7 and the 8.1 preview. If you’ve tried it out and want to revert back, it’s easy to do.
Internet Explorer 11 developer preview for Windows 7 is now available for early adopters. Before was only for Windows 8.1 Preview but you can try it now.
Recently I got a new laptop and no matter what I tried, I wasn’t able to connect to my Wireless Router running 802.11n. After playing around with the WPA settings I decided to check the wireless settings on my PC and sure enough, I found the issue. 802.11n had been disabled by default. Once I […]
A question I often get from Windows users is how to completely uninstall all traces of a program or app. This guide will show I do it and get rid of all traces of it.
Windows Movie Maker lets you extract and save just the audio from a favorite video so you can listen to it on the go with your mobile device.
Looking for new ways to take control of Windows and get things done faster? Here’s 10 awesome tips for getting around Windows that you might not know about.
The Aero Snap feature in Windows 7 and 8 is useful for viewing items side-by-side and full screen. But if you find the feature annoying, it’s easy to disable.
To help keep your Windows computer secure and up-to-date, a good place to start is with the Microsoft Malware Prevention tool. It detects problems and auto fixes them.
All Windows users need to go to Control Panel once in a while to perform a maintenance task. But sometimes it gets cluttered up with third party software items. Here’s how to remove them.
If you have a dual monitor set up and would like to change up the scenery, check out free panoramic themes from Microsoft. There’s a a lot of great ones to choose from.
We’ve shown you how to set it as your Lock Screen background on Windows 8, and you can get the same results by using Mouse without Borders on Windows 7.