Microsoft is enhancing its approach to two-factor authentication and moving beyond passwords. Here’s what they’ve done and how to get rid of your password!
Technology Tips, Tricks and How to Guides for Hardware, Software, Gadgets and Online Services
Control Panel is being phased out by the Settings app, but you can still access it in Windows 10—for now.
Closing your Microsoft account is simple if you know where to look. Here’s how to delete your Hotmail, Outlook.com and Windows Live accounts.
Getting cryptic error messages about an MSVCRxx.dll? Here’s your fix.
Want to kick it old school with MacOS 6 or Windows 3.1? Now you can with these emulators.
When it comes to tech, upgrading is a fact of life. Let’s review how to extend the life of your PC by migrating your data to a larger or faster hard drive.
Microsoft Word for Windows and Mac automatically tracks total editing time of documents. Here’s where to find it.
For viewing your vast trove of movies, music, and photos on your Chromebook at home, a network file share is the way to go.
If you need to send batch documents to a group of individuals, the Microsoft Mail Merge feature is a fast and easy way to do it. Let’s review the step-by-step process.
Freezing the top row won’t make your headers print. Here’s what you need to do instead.
Performing a clean install of Windows 10? Check out what’s new in the out of box experience (OOBE).
A quick and easy method to keep track of your day is available via Notepad. Here’s a simple trick, tried and true and still great. In Windows, open Notepad. Type .LOG Save your new log file. To do that, click File > Save As — or the key combo Ctrl+S. Here I’m creating a log to […]
You don’t have to wait for Microsoft to roll out the Windows 10 version 1703 update to you. Here’s how to upgrade early.
Blue light support has become a popular trend across desktop and mobile this past year. Let’s review how to enable it for macOS and Linux.