This quick tip will show you how to set up different themes and wallpapers on your various Windows 10 devices.
Author Archive | Brian Burgess
Google Chrome is set to automatically update when you restart it. But if you leave it open for days, you miss out on groovy new features. Here’s how to manually update it.
Touchscreen misbehaving? Windows 10 has a few quick and easy remedies to get it up and running again. Plus, we offer a few tips on what to do if those automatic fixes don’t work.
If you are going to sell your Xbox One, you’ll want to set it to factory defaults first and make sure your data is erased from the console. Here’s how.
We’ve shown how to create a four-digit PIN for logging into your Windows 10 system easier. Here’s a look at how to make your PC more secure when logging in.
Having a lot of programs starting up when you boot your computer slows down the process. Here’s how to improve the performance time when you start up.
If you have a Logitech keyboard and mouse, you’ll see this process running. It isn’t malware, but it isn’t an essential executable file for the Windows OS.
Amazon Prime members are reaping more benefits. The company recently announced “Prime Reading” which provides thousands of books and magazines for reading for free.
The Microsoft OneDrive app for mobile is an extremely effective app for both backing up photos and consolidating photos and videos from all your devices to a single place. Let’s review how it works and how to set it up.
If you’re a Nokia Windows Phone user and have been digging through task manager, you might be wondering what ADUService.exe is and if it’s safe.
Microsoft today released cumulative update KB3194496 for Windows 10 Anniversary edition, or version 1607. Here’s a look at what has been improved.
Microsoft yesterday released the latest version of the Windows Insider preview for Windows 10 for PC and Mobile, Build 14936.
Amazon today announced that its latest revision to the popular Fire TV stick includes and Alexa enabled remote control. Here’s a look at the specs.
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.