Recently I had a serious issue that filled up my hard drive. Using a free tool called TreeSize, I was able to delete the offending files and figure out the root cause. Let’s review the tool and a few of its features.
Technology Tips, Tricks and How to Guides for Hardware, Software, Gadgets and Online Services
Edge in Windows 10 is the default web browser and IE 11 is included as well for old site compatibility. But if you don’t need it, you can turn it off.
The default signature in the Windows 10 Mail app is “Sent from Mail for Windows 10”. Here’s how to change it to something that is more useful.
Windows 10 offers a number of features that help you prevent unauthorized access to personal information or company data on your PC.
There are several ways to scan documents and photos with Windows 10. Let’s review the options as well as modern alternatives.
Alexa can play music, podcasts, radio, and Audible books. But did you know Alexa can also read some of your Kindle eBooks too. Here’s how to set it up.
If you have an Amazon Alexa device like the Echo or Echo Dot, the Flash News Briefing skill is a way to get caught up on the news. Here’s how to set it up and customize it.
With the introduction of differential updates in Windows 10, ESD files are no longer available to create ISO images of latest builds. Here’s how to restore access to them again.
When you do a Cortana web search in Windows 10, the results open in Microsoft Edge. Here’s a look at how to make it open in a different default browser.
Do you find the default sound of Alexa’s voice on Echo to be bland and robotic? Here’s how to change it up with a British accent or Sprechen Deutsch.
The popular communication service WhatsApp introduced end-to-end encryption last year and now is rolling out Two-Step Verification. Here’s how to enable it.
If you own a Google Chromebook and want to turn off the touchpad while typing and toggle it back on later if you need it here’s how to do it.
One of the latest new Alexa features built into Echo devices is the ability to connect, sync, and check events on your Microsoft account calendar.
The new web browser in Windows 10, Microsoft Edge, lets you sync data among all of your Windows 10 computers and Windows Phone. Here’s how to set it up.