Updated for May 2018. Microsoft’s Games with Gold program launched last year, but with two more games coming out each month, it’s getting difficult to keep track of which games are free and when. Due to reader interest, we’ve compiled an archive of the games to date, and we’ll update the list each month as more games are announced.
The latest update to OneNote for Mac finally adds a long-awaited feature: the ability to work with multiple independent windows. Here’s how it works.
With the free upgrade offer officially ending in July, Microsoft is finally removing the Get Windows 10 app from Windows 7 and Windows 8 PCs, bringing an end to a frustrating and controversial period.
Like most digital content providers, Microsoft has implemented device limits for content acquired via the Windows Store. Here’s an overview of the various device limits for apps, games, music, and videos, and how you can view and manage the devices registered to your Microsoft Account.
The latest Xbox One system update introduces custom button mapping for standard Xbox One controllers, meaning that you’ll no longer need to drop $150 on an Xbox One Elite controller just to get the button layout you want. Here’s how it works.
A major benefit of subscription software services like Office 365 is that users always have access to the latest versions. But sometimes you need the older version for reasons of compatibility or personal preference. Here’s how to grab and install the older Office 2013 using your Office 365 subscription.
Microsoft just made Xbox One streaming to Windows 10 a whole lot more interesting with the introduction of support for 1080p at 60fps. Here’s a quick look at how you can enable this new quality feature, and if it even makes a difference.
Windows 10 brings a multitude of new features, but misses out when it comes to System Restore. Read on to learn why System Restore may be a good choice for your PC, and how you can enable it in Windows 10.
The new Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 10 uses Bing as the default search engine. While Bing has its fans, many users prefer to use Google. Due to Microsoft’s use of the OpenSearch standard, however, Google and other popular search engines aren’t yet available as valid search providers. Until Microsoft and Google can fix this, here’s a workaround to make Google your default search engine in Edge.