Are you getting ready to shop online this holiday season? You might want to consider using Microsoft Edge. The Windows 10 browser teams up with Cortana to automatically find and display money-saving coupons at many popular online retailers.
Is Windows 10 bugging you with tips and suggestions about to use all of its new features? If you already like things the way they are, here’s how to turn off these annoying Windows 10 notifications.
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.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update includes a handy new feature that lets you quickly change your audio playback device via the taskbar. Here’s how it works.
Need to take custom screenshots in Windows 10? Most users know about taking a screenshot with the Print Screen key, but there’s a better method. Here’s a look at the Snipping Tool, the handy built-in utility for capturing Windows 10 screenshots.
Action Center was first introduced in the initial release of Windows 10. But with the launch of the Anniversary Update this month, Action Center is now much more prominent in the desktop taskbar. If you don’t use Action Center, here’s how to remove its icon from your taskbar.
Need to package multiple files or images into a single PDF? If you’re running Windows, you don’t need any additional software. Here’s how to create a PDF from multiple files in Windows 10.
AutoPlay can help you access your content faster by automatically launching the correct application when new devices are connected to your PC. But power users sometimes prefer to manage their devices and apps manually. Here’s how to manage and disable AutoPlay in Windows 10.
Do you miss the Windows 8 Start Screen after upgrading to Windows 10? Here’s how to enable a Windows 8-like full screen Start Menu in Windows 10 with a quick trip to Settings.
If you’ve already enabled transparency in Windows 10, you know that the opacity of the UI elements is still relatively high. If you’d like to further increase transparency, for the taskbar at least, there’s a hidden Registry setting that can help you out. Here’s how it works.