Windows 10 has a built-in battery report feature that helps you investigate poor battery performance. H
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Users running VMware Fusion 8.1.1, can get the upgrade to Fusion 8.5 for free. If you are running an earlier version, you can take advantage of the upgrade pricing.
If you’ve opened Task Manager in Windows, you might see some process and wonder what they are doing. Here’s a look at NisSrv.exe and why it’s running.
You might have come across iType.exe and wonder what it is and if it’s safe (and no, it’s not an Apple process). It’s a Microsoft process and safe.
Old software doesn’t always install and work well in Windows 10, and sometimes the best option is to create a virtual machine to run it.
Linking your Microsoft Account to the devices you use includes benefits such as easier ways to reactivate Windows. Here’s how it’s done.
If you have the cash to splurge on 24 TBs of RAM; Microsoft has an operating system for you called Windows Server 2016.
There is far too much info on the Internet and Microsoft is jumping on the problem with their own solution called Cache, now out of beta.
For those of us old enough to remember, Windows 95 was a big deal at the time. I remember buying the discs in the box at the store.
The latest example of Microsoft’s openness is the PowerShell command line tool is it’s being added to OS X and Linux.
If you want a robust solution that can give a bird’s eye view of what’s happening across a network, then LiteManager might be the answer you’re looking for.
For the past few years, I’ve leveraged a powerful third-party disk partition manager called EaseUS Partition Manager. Let’s dig into the tool and review why I’ve come to depend on it so heavily over the years.
Slack beta for Windows 10 received has been updated and it brings enhanced notifications for Windows 10 users and resumes from sleep faster.
Need to know how to capture screenshots on your mobile device or computer? This complete guide will provide the answers for Windows, Mac, Android and more.