Many users report that browsing Steam via the app is significantly slower than browsing it via a web browser on the same PC with the same Internet connection. If you’ve experienced this, the good news is that one common solution is to disable a Windows networking setting that you probably don’t need anyway. Here’s how it works.
If you run the Plex Media Player app in “Web mode” on a high-resolution display in Windows 10, the app will default to 200 percent scaling, making everything large and crisp. For many users, unfortunately, 200 percent scaling is too large, meaning that you see fewer of your media files on each screen and it’s difficult to effectively use the app in a window. There’s currently no way to adjust display scaling in the Plex Media Player’s settings, but users can…
Windows classifies your network connections as either public or private, with certain features and security measures exclusive to each. However, sometimes your network connection may be incorrectly assigned, leading to security vulnerabilities or the inability to access some features. Here’s how to check your Windows 10 network profile and change it if necessary.
When you push the power button on your PC case, your PC shuts down. This can be incredibly annoying if you pressed the button by accident or, more typically, if it was pressed by a curious young child or pet while you’re in the middle of a work or gaming session. Here’s how to prevent this from happening again by changing what the power buttons do in Windows 10.
Want a better way to read articles in Microsoft Edge? Check out Reading View, a mode that strips away all of a website’s ads, social media, and special formatting for a distraction-free reading experience. Here’s how to use it in Windows 10.
Search engines such as Google have long offered the ability to perform quick currency conversions, but with the Calculator app in Windows 10 users don’t need to make the extra trip to web. Here’s how to use the Calculator app as a quick currency converter in Windows 10.
If you’ve mapped a network drive or server to your Windows PC via its IP address, you may see a warning message when attempting to transfer files from the network location to your local drives: “these files might be harmful to your computer.” Here’s how to prevent this warning for networked devices you trust.
Microsoft makes bold performance claims for its Edge web browser, stating that it’s significantly faster than both Firefox and Chrome. We run our own benchmarks to test Microsoft’s claims and see how the top four browsers stack up in the latest build of Windows 10.
Windows 10 notifications display a banner and play a sound when they pop up on your desktop. For some apps, particularly those that display frequent notifications, you may still want to see the notification but don’t want to hear the annoying sound over and over. Fortunately, you can configure your notifications on an app-by-app basis to disable the notification sound while keeping the banner. Here’s how.
The Windows 10 April 2018 Update, also known as Build 1803, introduces a new way for users to see and manage their startup items. In addition to the traditional Startup tab in Task Manager, there’s now a new interface in the Settings app that makes evaluating and disabling startup apps a breeze. Here’s how it works.