Whether you’re a power user or not, knowing your way around the command prompt can come in handy.
Are you a holdout still using one of these obsolete applications or services?
2-step verification makes your Google account exponentially more secure. But you still aren’t invincible to hackers.
You may not have noticed, but the Settings app introduced in Windows 8 has quietly evolved over time. Read on and see what’s new.
If you have an ASUS router, there’s a quick, easy, and free way to block adult content on select devices in your home.
This week’s free app is the jumper game Beat Stomper. Normally it’s $2, but you can get it free from iTunes until Thursday, June 22nd.
Amazon recently rolled out an update to beef up Alexa’s basic features. Here’s a look at how to create reminders or set multiple timers on your Echo device.
Microsoft Paint may seem outdated, but this video proves that skills matter more than tools.
If you want to maximize your local disk space, but still want to keep a library of your best Windows 10 gaming moments, here’s how to do it.
The “first-run welcome page” in Microsoft Edge appears the first time you launch Edge after a new feature update or Insider build. Here’s how to stop it.
Windows Defender is the built-in antimalware utility that protects PCs in real-time. If you’re a power user, here’s how to increase its protection level.
DirecTV NOW has improved vastly, but how does it stack up against Sling, Hulu Live and PlayStation Vue?