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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.
Your Windows 10 PC could lose track of your password due to an upgrade gone awry, or some other unexpected hiccup. We have a few workarounds.
Chrome on Windows doesn't have a built-in warning dialog box before closing the browser. This workaround can help.
You can have Cortana compose and send emails, capture your notes, and more with these tips.
Windows 10 doesn't include Hibernate in the shut-down options by default, but it's easy enough to add it.
Maximize screen real estate, segregate tasks, set reminders, and more with these tips.
Google Drive is dumping official support for Windows XP and Vista. Here are some options for anyone running those systems.
You can tweak the built-in Windows 10 color palette quite easily; you just have to know where to look!
The beloved Quick Launch Bar from Windows XP lives on in Windows 10, providing easy access to specific folders and files from the taskbar. Here’s how to get it.
Use the AutoPlay settings to keep malicious files from downloading to your PC. Here's how.
File Explorer already has a recent-items section in the Quick Access section. But this one's better.
You should know how to repair your Master Boot Record, because if ransomware or some other disaster bricks your PC, you just might be able to save it. Here’s how.
Settings for screen brightness, low-power mode and more will help you last longer on a charge.
File Explorer's Manage tab for photos has some quick-and-easy photo-management tools for Windows 8 and Windows 10 users.
You have a few options for backing out of Windows 10, but most of them aren’t pretty.
Two simple programs make it easy to shut down your PC at a specified time.
New Edge extensions are slow to come to the Windows Store, but you don't have to wait. Try this trick to get beta extensions in Edge today.
Microsoft's show or hide updates troubleshooter is a handy tool for those times when you need to say "no" to Windows 10's mandatory updates.
Especially if you have an older PC, there’s a big difference between 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. Here’s how to find out what you have and why you should care.
Not everyone is pleased with Windows 10. If that's you, here are your options.
When you really need to access the internet from a PC, your phone can save the day.