With each update of Windows 10, Microsoft buries the traditional Control Panel deeper into the OS. Here’s how to add it to File Explorer or the Taskbar.
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If you have a Microsoft account, you can now create a shared family calendar. Here’s how to set it up.
If you forget your Surface Type Cover and need to control your device, Windows 10 Creators Update has you covered with a Virtual Touchpad.
Windows Hello is a fast, secure, and futuristic way to log in to Windows using your face, eyes, or fingerprint.
Do you have web services or other sites that you use frequently and want them as an app pinned to your Windows taskbar? Here’s how.
Want to share, print, or publish a photo, video, or document? Here are a few ways Windows 10 makes it easy.
With Windows 10, you can print to a shared printer from any device on your network.
In Windows 10, you can share files easily using your Public folder—or any other folder for that matter. Read on to find out how.
Google’s multilingual translation service can translate text, speech, images, websites, documents and video. Here’s how to use the web and mobile versions.
Columns are a great way to neatly fit more text into your newsletters, flyers, and other documents.
Save time and avoid bloatware by installing all your favorite apps in one fell swoop.
This overhaul of File Explorer is a long ways from release, but you can get a sneak preview right now.
If you’re at work on an Exchange server, creating an auto-reply is easy. If you’re using Outlook with POP or IMAP email it’s still possible to create them.
Most users use a password to log into Windows 10. But did you know there are alternate methods including creating a PIN or Picture Password? Here’s how.