The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will include built-in Exploit Protection settings that you can customize to keep your system safe and secure.
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Shared Experiences (Project Rome) is a developing feature in Windows 10 that allows you to send links, files, and messages between devices.
Microsoft today announced the availability of Insider Preview Build 16241 for PC and Build 15230 for Mobile for Insiders in the Fast ring.
Controlled folder access adds extra security to Windows 10 by monitoring protected folders for changes that apps attempt to make. Here’s how to turn it on.
You can increase the Windows Defender Cloud protection level for Windows 10 Pro via Group Policy; here’s how to do it in Home versions with a Registry edit.
Tired of accidentally moving or clicking the mouse while typing? This tip will help.
Late Thursday afternoon Microsoft released a minor update to Windows Insider Preview Build 16232.1004. If you blink you’ll miss it.
The Windows 10 Lock Screen has several new features compared to previous versions. You can tweak its settings to customize it to work best for you.
Earlier today, Microsoft rolled out a new Insider Preview Build 16232 for PC and Build 15228 for Mobile. These latest versions include several new enterprise-class security features such as Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) and more.
If you want to maximize your local disk space, but still want to keep a library of your best Windows 10 gaming moments, here’s how to do it.
The “first-run welcome page” in Microsoft Edge appears the first time you launch Edge after a new feature update or Insider build. Here’s how to stop it.
Windows Defender is the built-in antimalware utility that protects PCs in real-time. If you’re a power user, here’s how to increase its protection level.
Microsoft today released Build 16215 for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. There is a ton of new features and enhancements included in this latest build.
PC Gamers will love the Game DVR in Windows 10 to record favorite moments. Even if you’re not a gamer you can still use the Game Bar to take screenshots.