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Windows 10's image backup can protect your Windows configuration. Learn how to make one of your entire drive. And, should disaster strike, learn how to restore Windows from that backup.
It really doesn't take much to set up a solid backup protocol for your PC. Here are the basics, with pointers to more details.
You can get rid of bloatware or other troublesome software by doing a clean install of Windows 10. Here’s how it works.
When you want to quickly capture simple information, Evernote and OneNote can be overkill. Reach for one of these no-frills note takers instead.
Microsoft doesn't let you personalize Cortana's wake word, but this third-party program does.
Even if you don't have a digital pen, you can still activate the Windows Ink Workspace to see what it's all about.
Office 365 is a great way to stay productive. Here are the main reasons you should give Office 365 a try.
Keyboard shortcuts should be on every computer user's short list of skills to acquire. Here's a look at how you can use them on an average day.
Winaero Tweaker lets you do deep system customizations that require meddling in the registry, without directly meddling in the registry.
Once you make your Windows recovery disk, do you ever need to update it? We asked Microsoft, and this is what we learned.
Microsoft Edge lets you install browser extensions from unofficial sources. Here's how to do it.
For all of Windows 10's icons and tiles, sometimes, only the Command Prompt will do what you need to do. Learn these four special tricks to work smarter with your PC.
A cluttered Windows desktop hampers productivity. Here's how to whip your desktop into shape.
Some Windows 10 ads are pretty unobtrusive, but several get right up in your face. Here’s how to disable them with a few simple menu tweaks.
Windows 10 actually has the ability to install just the OS without any additional software, which is great news for those with prebuilt systems laden with unwanted software.
Windows 10 forces updates on home users, but Windows 10 Pro users can slow down feature upgrades if they want.
Microsoft didn't want you to use the Windows Store without signing in with a Microsoft Account. That no longer appears to be the case.