Want to back up your PC, but are confused about the options present in the Windows OS? Try any of these three methods to safeguard yourself against data corruption and loss.
Make a disk image file that can give you a perfect restore or even mount as its own drive in Windows.
Mouse or trackpad is not working? Check our guide on how to use the keyboard to navigate Windows and use Numpad as a mouse alternative.
Sometimes we need to get our hands dirty and remove a stubborn device using the registry, and this how-to shows you how to surgically remove a Bluetooth device that is no longer responding.
Wget is a powerful tool for downloading files and entire websites that you can install and use on Windows. Here’s how to use it.
Knowing the FPS or Frames Per Second you’re getting will help you measure the smoothness of game play. Here’s how.
Out of the box, the operating system will wait forever for you to manually close apps before it shuts down or restarts. You can change this.
We take you through a few methods to test RAM to see if it's working correctly inside your computer.
If you need to quickly send a file between two devices, Bluetooth is a convenient and easy to use method that omits the need for networking and USB cables.
Find out if your laptop's battery is losing its maximum charge and decide if you should replace it (if you can).
Zip archives are a great way to save a little space, tidy up and keep on top of the files that litter are drives. In this how to we show you how to create, manage and extract files in zip archives.