AT&T’s DirecTV NOW live TV streaming service has finally come to Roku devices. To help promote the news, the company is offering a free one-month trial.
Your tablet, laptop, and phone are all dirt, dust, and germ magnets. Here’s how to give them a good deep clean.
Windows Insiders know there are risks and bugs can occur, especially this week. Here’s how to pause delivery of Insider builds for a few days.
Like Amazon’s digital assistant, Alexa, Cortana also has Skills available. Here’s a look at how to add and start using them on Windows 10 and Mobile
If you’re a cord cutter, it’s nice to have lots of content to watch online. Pluto TV is a perfect supplement for viewing free live and on-demand shows.
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.
This week’s free app is the minimalist puzzle game “klocki.” Normally it’s $1, but you can get it free from iTunes until Thursday, June 1st.
If you have a Microsoft account, you can now create a shared family calendar. Here’s how to set it up.
Criminals can steal your password, but they can’t steal your face. Or can they?
Microsoft this week rolled out a new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1703 aka Creators Update. It contains bug fixes and security enhancements.
Dona Sarkar, the leader of the Windows Insider program, took to Twitter to announce that there won’t be any Windows 10 Insider Preview builds this week.
If you forget your Surface Type Cover and need to control your device, Windows 10 Creators Update has you covered with a Virtual Touchpad.