Microsoft's quick actions tiles are a convenient way to get at key system settings. Here's how to organize them to your liking in the Anniversary Update.
In Excel, when you need to debug a complex web of formulas, you need to trace dependent and precedent formulas. Here's how they work.
If you don't want to wait for the typically slow roll-out, here's what you need to do to get your hands on Google's latest OS.
Keep oft-visited sites to yourself, hide the Favorites and tabs bars, pick a new font and background for Reader mode, and more.
You'd think it wouldn't be too hard to know how much storage space you need to create a Windows 10 recovery drive. But we asked Microsoft, and the answer will surprise you.
Take control of whether or not to save your screenshots, Instagram photos, or other groups of images.
Mozilla recently added a new Test Pilot feature called 'No More 404s' that's helpful for anyone who runs into dead webpages while doing research online.
When your computer beeps at you, pay attention because it's crying out for help—and it's giving you a code you can decipher.
Microsoft’s new Edge browser has bookmarks, but they're called Favorites. Here's how to enable them.
FileBot organizes the TV shows and movies saved to your hard drive so they are easier to find on Plex.
Find out information about what planes are flying around you with this homemade device
Here's what you need to know about Google Play's new scheme to make all of its content easier to share.
Control how AutoPlay responds to various removable media in Windows, so you can enjoy the feature's convenience while minimizing the risk to your PC's security.
The Express settings option will make your installation go faster, but you might inadvertently agree to conditions you wouldn't choose for yourself.
Use your smartphone to find out exactly when the next train or bus is coming with this handy feature that's built in to Google Maps.
Windows 10's Anniversary Update adds a new setting that makes it easier for your PC to finish an update without making you log in. Say goodbye to the 'We're just getting things ready' screen.
Android has taken the Do Not Disturb ball and run with it, adding a series of nifty options—including "rules"—that the iPhone and iPad have yet to match.