If you have a touchscreen device running Windows 8.1, there might be times when the touch screen isn’t working correctly. Here’s some tips to help fix it.
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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.
Microsoft released an update for its built in Modern Xbox Video app in Windows 8.1 and it now supports the MKV video file format. Here’s a look.
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.
It was difficult to get the proper installation disc to reinstall Windows 8.1. But Microsoft is making it easier with the release of Media Creation Tool.
Microsoft announced this week that it’s in the process of rolling out the new revamped MSN site as well as new rebranded and updated MSN apps.
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.
In Windows 8.1,sometimes sites that require Adobe Flash don’t work correctly in IE 11. If you run into this problem, here’s a quick tip on how to fix it.
Windows 8 adds a built-in antivirus, formerly Microsoft Security Essentials, and now calls it Windows Defender. Here’s how to add it to the Context menu.
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.
Say what you want about Windows 8’s Modern interface, there’s some powerful features under the hood accessed from the desktop like the new Task Manager.
Bluetooth is a simple to use wireless protocol for connecting devices together and sharing data. If you leave it on though, it drains battery juice fast.
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.