The Anniversary Update adds a nice little feature that makes it easy to hide your email address on Windows 10's sign-in screen.
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.
Keep your iPhone or iPad dark and quiet by switching to dark mode in Safari, inversing screen colors, tweaking your Do Not Disturb settings, and more.
Sticky Notes and Cortana merge in the Anniversary Update for a stylus-free way to set reminders.
Unlock the System UI Tuner to hide and reveal status-bar icons, rearrange the "quick settings" buttons, and more.
Show off your skills and broadcast from your phone or PC.
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.
Scan receipts directly from Dropbox, create and edit Office files, trade comments with collaborators, and more.Dropbox app with a passcode.
We try out Microsoft's Power BI by showing how you can graph airline departure and arrival delays using this visualization tool.
Google has consolidated the data it has on you into an easy-to-use interface to find, browse through, or delete your digital history.
Many users don't realize it, but their internet router is the most important electronic device in their home and is an attractive target for attackers.
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.
Google plans to remove the Chrome Apps Launcher from Chrome for Windows, Mac, and Linux in July. Luckily, there's a workaround.
Windows 10 wants you to enter your password all the time. You can remove your password, or reduce how often you have to enter one, but there are security risks to doing so.
Facebook recently released two new Chrome extensions that come in handy when browsing the web.
Slow down the double-click speed on your iPhone or iPad's Home button, keep the Home key from accessing Siri from the lock screen, turn on triple-click shortcuts, and more.
There's always a first time for building a PC, and the guides can only go so far when it gets to specific details for each part. Read on for seven things I wished I'd known before I started.