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In Sticky Notes once you click "don't ask me again" it won't, so here's how to fix it.
The Windows 10 Creators update offers native support for PC game broadcasting, using Microsoft's Mixer service. What it lacks in users and features, it makes up for in sheer ease of use.
If you install Windows to an external drive, USB 3.1 can make it almost as fast as an internal drive.
Microsoft's Process Explorer is a powerful utility that makes the built-in Windows Task Manager obsolete. Here's how to use it.
Add one of these to your desktop to more quickly open programs, find important files, search the web, and more.
Babelsoft Media Preview is the answer for revealing less-common multimedia files that Windows Explorer's own Preview tool doesn't support.
Microsoft recently rolled out its Mentions feature to the Windows 10 Mail app. Here's how it works.
A little program called EdgeDeflector lets you pair Cortana with the browser and search engine of your choosing.
Sometimes you need a break from the cloud when your internet connection isn't the greatest.
Windows 10's Maps and Mail apps were once deemed inadequate by many, but have recently grown into highly useful tools.
Taskbars across all displays are great, but if you want to keep things simple, try putting the taskbar on only one monitor.
Paint 3D is coming with the Windows 10 Creators Update. But we can show you how to create cool 3D scenes right now.
Sure, you could buy a utility to ease the task of finding duplicate files or organizing your multimedia, but Windows Explorer is quite good at it in its own right.
Windows 10's settings offer a few surprising ways to make the OS run faster.
One of the most annoying "features" of Windows 10 is how it no longer gives you the option to postpone a reboot after certain updates. Here's how to fix that once and for all.
Personalize the right-click context menu in Windows by adding functions you use most.
Windows 10 pulls a nasty trick when you upgrade: It sets your default web browser to Edge, even if you opted for Chrome or Firefox in Windows 7 or 8. Here's how to change it back.
It's not easy to turn your Steam games into Live Tiles, but this Windows Store app can help.