What's it gonna take? These free backup tools are a good start.
Windows 10's image backup can protect your Windows configuration. Learn how to make one of your entire drive. And, should disaster strike, learn how to restore Windows from that backup.
It really doesn't take much to set up a solid backup protocol for your PC. Here are the basics, with pointers to more details.
Microsoft’s OneNote is a surprisingly versatile tool for jotting down and organizing notes, random facts and more. These tips will help you make the most of its features.
Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 in January of 2020, but I'm turning over Answer Line to Josh Norem today.
Microsoft makes it hard to remove its built-in apps in Windows 10, even if you really don't want them. CCleaner gives you a way, though, and we'll show it to you here.
Safe Mode is a useful tool, but it's not a desirable working environment. If your PC only boots into that limited environment, here's your way out.
Previous Windows versions let you update manually or automatically. But Windows 10 updates whether you want it to or not…unless you know the trick.
If you have a dead key on your keyboard, you probably need to clean whatever is under that key. Here's how to do it with a regular keyboard and a laptop keyboard.
No one really likes two-step verification. It's annoying. And yes, it can be hacked. But you're still far safer with it than without it.
There are some old DOS applications that you just can't afford to lose (or games you still like), and Windows 10 lets you keep them. Here's how.
You know that Google, your service provider, and Facebook follow what you do on your phone. But what about your employer, your spouse, or a criminal? Find out if you have spyware on your Android phone and what to do about it.
You boot your PC; you enter your password. You come back from a break; you enter your password. You open your laptop; you enter your password. Let's make this easier.
Dropbox, primarily used for syncing, can also be used for online-only storage. But I don't advise it.
When some of your email messages appear on one PC, and other messages on another, you're using the wrong protocol.
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