Your Windows 10 PC could lose track of your password due to an upgrade gone awry, or some other unexpected hiccup. We have a few workarounds.
There's an easy way to save any video posted to Facebook—as easy as adding one letter to the URL. Here's how.
Facebook doesn’t officially provide links to videos for you to save. But all you have to do is trick your browser into thinking you’re browsing Facebook on your phone.
Chrome on Windows doesn't have a built-in warning dialog box before closing the browser. This workaround can help.
Switching from iOS to Android can mean leaving some things behind. If you're worried about losing features like Find My Friends and iMessage's desktop abilities, these helpful Android apps can bridge the gap.
Sometimes you'll need to use the terminal, but it's not as scary as you think.
From iCloud photo sharing to the cursor's tiny magnifying glass, some of iOS's smallest touches are easy to overlook until they're gone.
When it comes to Linux distributions, there two main methods for releasing software: a versioned system or a rolling release. Know which one is better for your needs.
Windows 10 doesn't include Hibernate in the shut-down options by default, but it's easy enough to add it.
The latest version of Android has built-in tools to help you manage storage space.
Google Drive is dumping official support for Windows XP and Vista. Here are some options for anyone running those systems.
You can tweak the built-in Windows 10 color palette quite easily; you just have to know where to look!
Min Vid for Firefox puts your YouTube videos in a mini-player that runs on your desktop.
The beloved Quick Launch Bar from Windows XP lives on in Windows 10, providing easy access to specific folders and files from the taskbar. Here’s how to get it.
The 9-year-old Dirty COW vulnerability was recently fixed, if you're running a patched kernal. Here's how to know if your Linux is safe.
With the combined power of Nougat and Google Now, you can train your Android phone to know what you want without being asked.
Use the AutoPlay settings to keep malicious files from downloading to your PC. Here's how.
File Explorer already has a recent-items section in the Quick Access section. But this one's better.