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Windows 10 has deep cloud hooks and shares a lot of data with Microsoft in order to create a smart, seamless experience across devices. If you prefer to keep some privacy, here's how to disable all of it.
Windows 10 won't play DVDs natively, and Windows Media Center is gone. Here are your options.
When your Windows 10 installation is too big to run comfortably on your drive, shrink it down with Compact.exe, a built-in tool designed expressly for this purpose. Read on for this and other workarounds.
Cortana, Microsoft's supremely useful digital assistant, is a highlight Windows 10 feature—but not everyone will appreciate the amount of personal information she demands to be helpful. Here's how to disable Cortana in Windows 10.
The ability to make a recovery disk or USB drive is one of the most useful troubleshooting tools included with Windows 10.
Regretting the loss of DVD playback on your fancy new Windows 10 upgrade? Here's how to get that capability back for free.
Take advantage of the Creators Update precision touchpad enhancements and get more done in less time.
These tips will make your wireless router installation even easier.
Windows 10 makes it easy to download and use an ISO file to reinstall the operating system. We’ll show you how to do it.
Putting an ISO file of Windows 10 on disc is your insurance against PC troubles. Here's how to get it.
Microsoft's Media Creation Tool offers an easy way to create a USB drive to install Windows 10.
Microsoft makes it easy, assuming you have a Windows 10 license. You do, don't you?
The Windows 10 app SpotBright lets you save Windows Spotlight images to your PC.
Taking screenshots in Windows 10 is easy if you know the right keyboard shortcuts.
The SmartScreen filter in Windows 10 can sometimes stop you from downloading the app you want. Here's how to get past it, and why sometimes you should think twice before doing so.
If Microsoft removed the Control Panel option from your WinX menu, here's how to get it back.
Even your PC can share its Internet connection with other devices when necessary.
Game Mode is a great choice for budget gamers or anyone else who needs to dedicate as many system resources as possible to their game.