Are you glad to see the Start Menu make a return in Windows 10? Curious about how it compares to the Start Menus that came before? Check out our high-quality gallery of every Windows Start Menu and desktop from Windows 95 to the just-released Windows 10.
The Preview app in OS X is a powerful tool that lets you perform basic modifications to a PDF document such as rearranging or deleting pages and changing metadata. One feature that may be less well known is the ability to extract one or more pages from an existing PDF document. Read on to learn two methods to do it.
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The Start Menu is back in Windows 10, but it’s not quite how many longtime Windows users remember it. Microsoft’s use of Windows 8-style live tiles is one of the biggest changes, but they’re a waste of space if you don’t plan to use them. Here’s how you can dump the live tiles and get a smaller Windows 10 Start Menu.
You’ve probably figured out by now how you can stream audio from iTunes to an AirPlay device or speaker. But what about the rest of your Mac’s audio, like YouTube, Spotify, or Plex? Here’s the somewhat hidden trick to enable an AirPlay speaker as your Mac’s default output.
Microsoft’s new licensing and upgrade policy for Windows 10 makes in-place upgrades as easy as can be, but those seeking a clean install are encountering issues. Here’s the trick you need to know to successfully perform a clean install of Windows 10.
Cortana is a great new feature in Windows 10, but it takes up a huge amount of space on your desktop taskbar. Here’s how to shrink or hide the Cortana search box, giving you more room for your apps and utilities.
Windows 10 introduces a new Quick Access view in File Explorer that automatically gathers your most recently and frequently used files and folders. But for those who prefer to manually manage their data, Quick Access may prove more annoying than helpful. Here’s how to tame Quick Access in Windows 10.