Instagram is now available from the Windows Store as a universal app. Check out our review for screenshots and features.
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This quick tip will show you how to set up different themes and wallpapers on your various Windows 10 devices.
“Set as metered connection” limits Windows 10 from hogging data. Now, you can enable this setting on wired connections.
You can now install Windows 10 themes directly from the Windows Store. It’s easy—read on to find out how.
More details continue to leak out of Microsoft on the Windows 10 Creators Update. Reviewing build 14997, we have several exciting updates on what we can expect from the huge update next year.
Microsoft has made every effort to make Windows 10 licensing convenient. That said, there are times where product activation might not work according to plan. Whether you want to perform a new install or transfer your Windows 10 license to a new computer; your product key is an important asset you need to have. Depending […]
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.
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.
Microsoft made exciting announcements at its Windows Hardware Engineering (WinHec) conference in Shenzhen, China today. Introducing industry partnerships and hardware technologies coming in 2017.
Changing the screen resolution in Windows 10 is a bit different than previous Windows version. Read on for step-by-by step instructions to get your display looking its best.
Ever seen a Windows 10 notification slip away from the screen out of the corner of your eye and thought: “Wait! I didn’t read that yet!” If so, then you’re in luck: there’s an easy way to buy yourself some more time to act on those fleeting notifications.
Practically every facet of the Windows 10 experience involves sending data back to Microsoft. If this raises privacy concerns for you, you’re not alone. In this post, we’ll take a look at a utility that stops Microsoft from harvesting your data.
A black screen and a Windows 10 PC that won’t boot often means that your master boot record is on the fritz. In this tutorial, we’ll show you two was to fix it and get your computer running again.
Accessing shared drives and shared folders in Windows has always been easy, but if you’re using Windows 10, you might happen upon this error. Here’s the quick fix.